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TEQSA Needs To Provider Greater Accountability To Higher Education Sector
Striking staff to cause major disruption to Sydney University operations
University of Canterbury in top 3% globally in World University Rankings
Next Federal Budget Should Fund Australian International Education Commissioner
Building more resilient workforce
Scholarship support for regional Australia
Improving access to tertiary education in Corryong
ITECA Board Bolstered With Prominent Business Leader’s Appointment
Casual Academics at Monash University Rally Against Wage Theft
University workers deserve fair pay says NZCTU
WA uni’s bizarre argument against industrial action receives Fair Work approval
Business & Tertiary Education Sector Aligned On International Graduate Work Rights
Productivity Commission report on Australia’s education future
5-year Productivity Inquiry: From learning to growth
Getting more value from education
University staff to strike nationwide
Tertiary education rates reach record high, with more efforts needed to expand vocational education and training, says OECD
More tertiary education access for Mansfield students
Global conferences to bring $9m to Canterbury
Council can help with next step in study
Monash University issues extraordinary legal threat after being accused of wage theft
Union scores major win for casual staff on National Day of Mourning
RMIT refuses to pay all staff on National Day of Mourning
JCU’s five stars for success
NTEU members at James Cook University vote for industrial action
Crossing finish line
Innovation makes Australian mining safer, more productive and sustainable
Why do we need to transform tertiary education?
Training Awards highlight Territory’s next generation
More skilled people needed to continue Australia’s prosperity
Union to help shape higher education policy through new working group
Post-study work rights for international students to boost skills
Kiwis come together to support Kawerau Mill workers
Survey results highlight ‘the final straw’ for workers at Southern Cross University
NTEU to launch major push for crucial changes at Jobs and Skills Summit
Survey results highlight ‘the final straw’ for workers at Southern Cross University
ANU experts on Jobs and Skills Summit
CDU changing environment for neurodivergent students and staff with new partnership
Experts of Committee on Rights of Persons with Disabilities Commend New Zealand on Establishing Disability Ministry
Engineers Australia addresses skills crisis with new engineering recovery roadmap
ADFA capabilities on show at open day
Union condemns Newcastle Uni’s proposed wage cut
ACT Emerging Scientist of Year Award winner announced
UNE staff suffering serious mental issues, survey finds
FedUni remains under threat from vicious cuts and mismanagement after welcome decision to reinstate Bachelor of Arts program
Sydney University staff on strike again
Swinburne responds to false NTEU claims
NTEU and AEU condemn Swinburne university of Technology’s attack on employees