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Sixteen scholarships help young people on their way
Australia Day Honours for UQ community
2023 AusGov Budget: Centre Students in Funding Decisions
University of Adelaide community recognised in Australia Day honours
Australia Day Honours awarded
Academy Fellows celebrated with Order of Australia honours
Analysis reveals scale of tertiary education’s carbon emissions
IMF Finishes 2022 Review of Finland Economy
Report accelerating Tertiary Education Sector’s path to Net Zero
Notre Dame University comes to Liverpool
UNICEF: Poorest Children Lack Educational Funding
Poorest Learners Get Little Public Ed: UNICEF
Australian Gov’t Urges Boldness in Higher Ed Review
India Tertiary Education Sector Hails Trade Agreement
IOM Denounces Women’s University Ban, Upholds Rights
Cloncurry Asks for Early Childhood Teacher this Christmas
UN condemns Taliban decision to bar women from universities, calls for ‘immediate’ revocation
UN High Commissioner Condemns Reported Afghan Ban on Female University Attendance
HSC’s top language students offered interpreting scholarships
WA Govt: Saffioti Named Transport Minister
Public transport patronage bouncing back in WA
Catholic education welcomes holistic review of education including National School Reform Agreement
OECD: Finland Must Boost Innovation and Finances
NTEU to play key role in shaping future of Australian higher education
ITECA Appointed To Universities Accord Ministerial Reference Group
New School of Paramedicine responds to industry training needs
Griffith University staff reject attempt to bypass union
‘Jobs & Skills Councils’ Engagement With Training Sector Needs To Be Priority
Innovative governance support system earns top ATEM award
Mongolia’s Recovery and Diversification Depend on Stronger Inclusive Labor Market
Kinross College expansion to offer seamless secondary education
Griffith University Management seeks to silence academics’ views in enterprise agreement battle
Professor Peter Dawkins AO to lead Jobs and Skills Australia
Griffith University abandons negotiations with staff in attempt for late-year approval for substandard Enterprise Agreements
NTEU and RACGP strike historic enterprise agreement
Parliamentary Inquiry Into Skills Training Should Focus On Student Choice
New state disability plan to create better Queensland – together
Jobseekers encouraged to register for jobs expo at Bendigo Town Hall
Deakin University wage theft allegations set for Fair Work Commission
Electricity Generation & Gas Industries Need Better Skills Funding Agreement
Applications open for 2023 Gunnedah Community Scholarship Fund
Review of ACT Prison Reveals Serious Concerns
Te Pūkenga executive spend-up low blow for staff
PHILIPPINES: Reducing Inequality Key to Becoming Middle-Class Society Free of Poverty
Caps off for NT school graduates of CDU Aspire program
Recognition for First Nations program
Symposium celebrates desert research diversity
Beyond ATAR – You’re far more than number