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
Madonna Nicoll has been in a wheelchair her whole life but says it has never stopped her from achieving her dream of attending university.
Debate over journalism education is as relevant as ever
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.
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 current lack of vacancies in Australia’s professional work place is halting employment prospects for newly exited tertiary educated students.
Queensland boasts a number of universities but one consistently tops the world university rankings as the best. But many within the university system have called the rankings unhelpful and discriminatory.
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 [...]
The final of the Three Minute Thesis competition is being held at the University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus at 2pm on September 18.
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At least 60 candidates for the upcoming University of Queensland (UQ) student election have withdrawn their nominations and publicly protested today.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
Kathryn Foran discovers the latest thrills the Ekka has on offer this year
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.