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HKUST Welcomes 2024-2025 Budget
Monash academic honoured with top national teaching award
Getting the Territory working: New apprentices begin training with Power and Water
La Trobe Number One In Victoria In Employment Rankings
Veterinary skills shortage recognised in the Australian Universities Accord final report
Top teachers lead the education of more resilient professionals
Monash academic honoured with top national teaching award
ANU responds to Universities Accord Final Report
Universities Accord Panels Final Report a milestone for the tertiary sector
Future workforce at risk. University Accord’s call to action on STEM skills
UniSC Response To Accord Final Report Release
Universities Accord recognises crucial role of research and education as the key to Australia’s economic future
The Australian Universities Accord offers a unique opportunity to reshape the higher education sector
Greens welcome Accord recommendations to scrap job-ready graduates and tackle placement poverty, but call for wholesale reimagining of higher education
Universities Accord must deliver improvements for staff and students: union
National Student Ombudsman
More Paramedics And Call Takers Join NSW Ambulance 23 February
New co-working space offers chance to join Moreton Bay innovation ecosystem
Do you need MBA to become entrepreneur?
Are you apprentice in building and construction?
A skilled hand and a cultivated mind: taking physio to the next level
Australia’s First Paramedic Practitioners One Step Closer
Partnering with industry to enhance the future of sustainable business
Boost for Coffs health services
Sydney University’s MBA ranks first in Australia
6 Health Science Careers you can get with Diploma
Welcoming new nurses to our health workforce
Nominations Open For Victorian Learn Local Awards
Pathway to Diversity in STEM report released
Engineering a diverse future for Australia’s STEM system
New correctional officers celebrate graduation into frontline of public safety
La Trobe welcomes first cohort of students to address critical workforce shortages
First student cohort to address workforce shortage
Over the last 21 years, the highest earners received the most tax relief
Australia and India become closer MATES under new mobility arrangement
PhD students must be exempt from changes to TGV age limit
Health scholarships delivering hospital workforce boost
Opening of 2024 Legal Year
Committed to caring
Policing pathways program commences for aspiring officers
Torrens University and PGA Institute fostering future leaders for the golf industry
School’s in for aspiring police officers
Record number of students back-to-school today for 2024
Government continues to support Tasmania’s legal sector
Universally Manchester Festival announced
Fee-free uni to drive enrolments and economic growth
More than 1000 junior doctors start work in NSW
Graduate vets get financial boost to work in rural communities