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Cultural sensitivity or censorship? Lecturers are finding it difficult to talk about China in...

Human Rights Watch released a report last week on the Chinese government’s surveillance of Chinese mainland and Hong Kong students in Australian universities. The...

Podcasting overcomes hurdles facing unis to immerse students in the world of workers’ experiences

Podcasting is helping to revolutionise tertiary education. Universities have found themselves caught between shrinking budgets and an official insistence that they make graduates job-ready....

The government linked the cost of university teaching to funding and student fees, but...

Our newly published research on the costs of university study fails to support estimates used by the Australian government to justify its Job-Ready Graduates...

From 13 unis to 1: why Australia needs to reverse the loss of South...

South Asia is crucial to the future of Australia. But Australia has just one (small) program focused on South Asian studies across its many...

Australian universities need to be more age-friendly — what does that look like in...

Longevity and healthy ageing programs worldwide have embraced the slogan “adding life to years”. Ageing well is driven by a combination of factors, including...

In this ‘job-ready’ era, it’s worth looking at how a US-style broader education can...

The Job-Ready Graduates Package is nearing the end of its first full semester of implementation. Its basic premise is that the main reason the...

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