Curriculum structure and flexibility can play a crucial role in students' progression and success.
Universities could mine alumni databases to improve individual institutions' work - and raise funds.
Australian tech firm Atlassian has recently warned that changes to 457 visas threatens to stunt industry growth. But is there more Oz tech firms could be doing to cultivate local talent?
The government should add a 'super payment option' that allows graduates to offset the cost of their HELP repayments.
What happens to China's millions of university graduates.
If universities work together they are more likely to find creative solutions to problems. Collaboration will allow them to benefit from the global academic community's collective wisdom.
A flooded labour market is forcing more students to take up extracurricular activities in the hope of getting a job, but what does this mean for the TEF?
Nursing apprenticeships didn't work out the first time and now they're back, and pose a risk to patients.
Economic models suggest that South Africa's GDP would fall, inequality would deepen and unemployment would rise if university graduates don't enter the labour market in 2017.
Don't just rely on your degree certificate to get a job after university. Work on your employability too.
Young people today will need to be more flexible and more entrepreneurial than in the past. Universities can help by designing courses that will have value in a rapidly changing economy.
Brexit campaigners connected with voters who felt left behind – and won.
There is a risk that because of fatigue, frustration and silencing the important moment created by South Africa's student movements will pass by with no proper, long-term structural change.
The British labour force has a lot to lose if EU students are turned off coming to the UK.
Government plans to introduce more flexibility could be destabilising for universities.
A new report has drilled down into how much graduates from particular courses earn. What does it mean for universities?
Young people are pressured into university and many end up in unsuitable courses. We need to recognise these realities and be clear about the purpose of higher education so it doesn't lose its value.
University graduates have the power to enable dignified lives for others in a society. What skills and qualities do they need for this to happen?
Some big employers are changing their entry criteria – and grades are less and less important.
Of the 15,000 newly graduated teachers, less than half will find permanent employment in Australia. Now's the time to decide if you stay on to do casual teaching or work abroad.