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Getting ahead of climate change challenges is now a pressing need across our economy and society.
The pursuit of endless sales in the form of international student enrolments appears to be their principal purpose, rather than the pursuit of learning and knowledge.
Our universities actively helped with reconstruction after two world wars and supported recoveries in recent recessions.
In the post-COVID world, Australia’s success will largely depend on the adaptability and responsiveness of the education system.
As the global pandemic rumbles on, Australia’s higher education system is shedding its workforce at an alarming rate.
The new learning economy is creating opportunities for universities to move on from the current focus on cutting costs, downsizing and job losses.
Australian universities are in dire straits.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021 list has been released, with 12 Australian universities among the top 200 in the world.
Students who received targeted help from their university on average halved their failure rate.