Historians’ work looks like meaningful disagreements around how to grapple with an ambiguous, complicated past. Here, ‘Pi’ sculpture by Evan Grant Penny, Wellington St., Toronto.
Put down the science brochures. If your high schooler really wants to be a history major, smile, knowing that they’re taking the first step to a deeper understanding of the world around them.
The graduate employment market is tough. Can your choice of uni affect your outcomes?
Your choice of university may have a significant impact on your life, so it is worth gathering the information needed to make a good decision.
Australia’s universities all have pretty high standards, so how to pick one?
All of the universities in Australia are of a high standard, so what makes them so good, and how do you choose between them?
Prospective uni students often talk about “wasting their ATAR”. Don’t worry about that, it’s not a thing.
How do you choose the right university, or the right degree? The whole process can seem daunting. What should you focus on? How do you weigh up the different elements involved?
When choosing which university to attend, price is not high on most Australians’ list of priorities.
The proposed changes to higher education, including the removal of caps on student fees, have led many to question what drives students to pick a university. In a deregulated market will universities compete…
We’ve all had good teachers… and bad ones. But how do you define quality teaching?
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Do you have a good university lecturer? What makes them good? Is it because they make their classes relevant? Are their lectures interesting or challenging? Or maybe they’re just fun to be around? Good…