Did we miss all the signs? A closer look at the recent Captain Cook College Federal Court judgement and the long shadow of for-profit training providers Continue reading Captain Cook College finding: Vetting the monetisation of vocational education
Whether it be the amount of business cards in your wallet or your number of connections on LinkedIn, here are five tips to help you expand your networks at university. Continue reading Why should I bother with networking at university?
nternships, travel, connections, and taking advantage of each opportunity can help students make the most of their university degrees. Continue reading Ps might get degrees, but you should still make the most of university
COVID-19 has introduced us to the life of studying online, so how many of us will stick with it? Continue reading COVID-19: Will studying online become the new norm?
The university has unveiled a new academic structure comprised of seven units including UniSA Creative, but what does this mean for future and prospective students? Continue reading University of South Australia unveils new academic restructure
COVID-19 is changing the way we live, so what does this mean for already struggling university students and their mental health? Continue reading The next victim of COVID-19: The mental health of university students
Student Services and Amenities Fees are designed to fund non-academic services, but how are they being used while no one can study on campus? Continue reading Student Services and Amenities Fees spending amid COVID-19
Many freshly graduated year twelves take time off after high school to travel or work before heading on to further studies, but is it the right move for everyone? Continue reading To gap year or not to gap year?
Classrooms may be empty but Year 12 students are still feeling trapped by the mystery of their final score. Photo source for cover photo: Continue reading When D-Day becomes A-Day: ATAR Day from students’ perspectives
In the heart of central Australia – a land of scarce water – comes a new discovery: prehistoric marine microfossils from the age of the dinosaurs. Continue reading Dinosaur-age microfossils uncover Australia’s Late Jurassic Inland Sea