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All dressed up with nowhere to go? Joe Hall

STEM postdoc researchers are highly trained, but for what?

The STEM fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics supposedly suffer from a shortage of graduates. Conventional wisdom says there’s no one for employers to hire for science and engineering…
Breaking the bank. Piggy bank image via Shutterstock

New breed of postgraduate loans could help plug PhD gap

Following the resounding silence on postgraduate funding in the 2010 Browne Review of Higher Education, the government has had difficulty working out what to do about it. Without access to funding, postgraduate…
Give me a white coat any day. UCL Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Is postgraduate study still just for the elite?

The funding climate for the public sector in England has been as inclement as the actual weather recently. So the government’s recent allocation of £50m to bring down the barriers for entry into postgraduate…
Many postgraduate students do not have their own desk and chair. Flickr/davepatten

Humanities post-grads feel less support, fight for desks

Postgraduate students in humanities, arts and social sciences are older, feel less supported and have fewer spaces to work…
China’s Southeast University, which has formed a landmark partnership with Monash University, is one of China’s oldest higher learning institutions. study-in-china.org

Monash is first Australian university to launch in China

Monash University has become the first Australian institution to receive a license to operate in China, and will start welcoming…

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