With increased competition from online and international universities, Australia’s tertiary education system may be in need of change.
Four young Muslim men discuss their experiences in Australia
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.
DJ’s and bands are struggling to stay financially viable as venue closures force greater competition for limited gigs.
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.
University professor believes Queensland must focus on developing a stronger knowledge economy
Students suffer daily delays to University as Brisbane’s public transport lacks reliability and capacity.
Fasting is the act of willingly abstaining from food, drink or acts for a period of time. Muslims participating in Ramadan yearly or Catholics participating in Good Friday are the obvious groups who would fast. But who else would willingly participate in such hardships? The answer, most religions and belief and more people are embracing [...]
It’s day one of the Ekka for 2012, and record crowds rush in
Food, farming and fashion are just a taste of what five School of Journalism and Communication (SJC) students will experience at this year’s Ekka. UQ journalism students will be reporting on the sights and sounds of the 2012 Brisbane Exhibition alongside Nine News television professionals.
SJC students produced three video news stories on the impact of pesticide run-off into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon
Y-Vote Ep 1 from UQ Journalism & Communication on Vimeo. In the first week of the campaign, our YVote reporters hit Katter’s Australia Party launch and cross paths with Premier Anna Bligh at Keep Kate HQ. Dr Zala Volcic explains the importance of participatory democracy and why we should vote. And we find out how [...]
Y Vote is a weekly web-TV show being produced by UQ journalism students in the lead-up to the Queensland state election.
UQ students unite with their love of Harry Potter.
The process of recovering dinosaur remains from the field, and preparing them for research and investigation at the University of Queensland.