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Vice-chancellors critique the sector

A small cadre of retired and current vice-chancellors have recently come forward to critique the current Australian tertiary education system and the behaviours of its leadership. Emeritus Professor Greg Whately Australian National University Vice-Chancellor and chief Brian Schmidt AC recently ...

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How does a modern university seek purpose? opinion

Traditionally, competition between universities around the world has been based on history and achievements measured by conventional metrics. When Oxford and Cambridge and Harvard and Stanford dominate the top places again in the Times Higher Education (THE) World Rankings, it illustrates the ...

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Times Higher Education Impact Rankings: another look

The recently released Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022, which measures university contributions to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provides some really important insights both globally and nationally. At the global level there are approximately 300 more universities ranked, ...

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The belt and ranking road – opinion

Improving international ranking status has, during the last two decades, become the justification for numerous disruptive ‘strategic’ business and marketing behaviours across our tertiary sector.  To add to those 17,300 jobs ‘shed’ due to COVID-19 (Universities Australia, Feb 3rd, 2021) ...

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