By abolishing the 457 visa program the government has targeted a fraction of the problem, leaving the bulk of the temporary migrant labour force unchanged.
While the media glamorizes famous college dropouts like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, the reality is that most successful people in the U.S. went to – and finished – college.
A bastion of liberal values in an illiberal climate.
A move that could shut an independent university in Budapest poses fundamental questions about European values.
Intolerance is rising on Indian campuses, where clashes initiated by right-wing student groups have slowly become the norm and freedom of speech is under threat.
India will soon have the largest economy in the world. A way for Australia to benefit is to collaborative with universities.
The Central European University will challenge a law just passed by the Hungarian parliament that could force the closure of the school founded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros.
The latest on those higher education reforms.
There are already signs of this happening in Australia, but research from overseas reveals few benefits.
Muslims students' experiences of higher education are not always positive.
How to make campus safer for LGBTQ students.
Because it's not just children in school who need to know how to put a condom on.
What has happened to former residents since the camp was closed in October 2016.
How to define the public role of universities in the age of post-truth populism.
Risk has to do with uncertainty; people struggle to conceptualise and manage that which they're unsure about. This is true in the higher education sector, too.
Our globally interconnected world is not at peace with diversity, this is where internationalisation can step-in.
We have the potential to liberate the workforce to do the one thing that machines can’t do – improve ourselves and the emotional lives of others.
Our need for unbiased, well-researched information has never been greater.
With university graduates finding it harder to find jobs, questions have been raised about the merits of a typical tertiary qualification.
But are UK universities running the risk of institutionalising public engagement?