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Australians are flocking to higher education in rising numbers, according to an Australian government report into admissions. In late 2011 the Australian government released a report that found applications for higher education had increased by 10,000 that year, highlighting the increased popularity of university attendance in Australia.
With increased competition from online and international universities, Australia’s tertiary education system may be in need of change.
The high Australian dollar, safety concerns and increased competition from American universities blamed.
Since 2009 the number of international students choosing to come to Australia has steadily been decreasing but Australian universities are still well positioned to grow with Asia.
Opinions vary on the benefits of moving grade seven from primary to high school
A recent report by the Grattan institute has suggested that students studying certain areas to do not provide extensive public benefit should be paying more for uni. However, the justifications for this change may not hold true in certain fields, especially science.
The Australian employment rate has decreased over the last two years, so Jac digital reporter Adam Robinson prepares students for future employment.
A new report released by the Grattan Institute, says that by the middle of this decade tertiary education subsidies will have cost taxpayers $7 billion, but it was unclear why students should have their education paid for by the public.
The decision by the Queensland Government to move Year 7 into high school from 2015 has received a number of different responses from teachers.
The Queensland government has been struggling to catch up with other high-achieving states; the introduction of prep, the entrance age for year 1 being raised by six months, and year 7 being introduced into high school are all part of the education reform to cater for this goal. However, Queensland Teachers Union Vice President Julie Brown says that it doesn’t matter what high school moves are being made, for as long Queenslander’s pay for kindergarten – we will always be behind.
The current lack of vacancies in Australia’s professional work place is halting employment prospects for newly exited tertiary educated students.
Dan McMahon, the principal of high school Shalom College, insists that moving Year 7 into high school is vital for the improvement of our education system.
New research has revealed that the global recession had a far smaller impact on people with university degrees compared to those without.
Students suffer daily delays to University as Brisbane’s public transport lacks reliability and capacity.
The University of Queensland’s Three Minute Thesis competition will be streaming live on JACdigital and JACradio on Tuesday September 18.
At least 60 candidates for the upcoming University of Queensland (UQ) student election have withdrawn their nominations and publicly protested today.
This year’s Ekka proves why it is Queensland’s premier competition event
Courtney Barnes checks out what’s on offer at this year’s show.
Channel 9 is again working with students from the UQ School of Journalism and Communication, in honing their broadcast television skills.
Celebrating their 30th year, the Miss Show Girl pageant is looking for a new face again