A new survey has found the financial burden of work placements on students can be crippling.
Students understand there are limitations with ChatGPT, but they know it will have a huge impact on their careers.
New research highlights how a stable academic career is almost impossible to secure.
Teaching has long been treated as the poor cousin of higher education. The Universities Accord has the opportunity to change this.
A multi-rate student contribution system could make average student debt repayment times similar across different courses.
Our higher education system has served Australia well over the past 30 years. But it is not fit for the rapid pace of change the world will be see over the coming decades.
All instructors, regardless of the field, can promote mental health both by sharing specific resources and by designing accessible and flexible courses.
Education Minister Jason Clare has just released a highly anticipated review into how research is funded in Australia.
Compulsory tests, essays, regular grades and timed exams are considered a given in university life. But the Universities Accord should change this.
The idea a generalist degree just leads to over-qualified graduates serving coffee Reality Bites-style is not only wrong, it is a misguided understanding of what we need from graduates.
A winning medical school application requires stories about observing clinical care. But applicants’ quests to get clinical experiences have unintended and surprisingly far-reaching consequences.
Despite what’s happening on the most prestigious campuses, fewer than a third of presidents at American colleges and universities are women.
Post-secondary student input about ChatGPT and other AI matters not only for accountability, but also as a savvy way to strategize about the future of higher education.
Ghanaian traditional gender norms are the main barrier to Ghanaian women pursuing academic careers.
Despite the high numbers of casual academic staff in Australia, surprisingly little research has been done on their working conditions and experiences.
Otago University has followed Massey in aspiring to be a “Tiriti-led” institution. But this implies being on the Crown side of the partnership – which is not where a university should be.
Ontario’s changed university funding formula, which forces institutions to rely on high student tuition for niche programs, is putting some northern institutions in precarious financial situations.
Maintaining a functional and lively civil society in Ukraine is crucial to keeping supplies moving and keeping up the morale of the country.
South Asian students make up more that 30% of international students in Australia. In a new study, they say career support is geared towards domestic students.
What are the two sides seeking from Albanese’s visit, and what does it mean for Australia-India relations?