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Thinking of studying in Australia? Useful tips and advice to get you started

A survey conducted by Hobsons has found that teaching quality, subject availability and academic reputation were ranked first, second and third respectively as the most important factors for prospective international students when choosing a university. Read more

MELD MAGAZINE, 19 December 2013

 

Pursuit of excellence

‘The best’ university might be the one that has…the strongest employment outcomes or any other factor that a student entering university deems important. Details on some of these and other aspects of every Australian university can be found in The Good Universities GuideRead more

THE AGE, 04 October 2013

 

How not to lose students revealed

A new ranking of how many students make it to second year sends up "a smoke signal" alerting universities to the challenge of retaining those with low entry scores, according to The Good Universities GuideRead more

THE AUSTRALIAN, 28 August 2013

 

Great careers available in the trucking industry

The Job Guide provides students or those looking for a career change with information on the duties, requirements and opportunities of jobs in different employment areas. Read more

AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW, 23 May 2013

 

Women lagging behind men in MBAs

Figures compiled from the The Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Courses [reveal] very few Australian MBA programs enrol 50 per cent or more women. Read more

AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW, 15 April 2013

 

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