Congratulations to Keiran McCormick on winning Griffith University's Remarkable Scholarship & Kelsey Frehlich for winning the Continuing Student Excellence Scholarship.


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Griffith Remarkable Scholarship

A huge congratulations to Canadian student Keiran McCormick on winning a Griffith University Remarkable Scholarship. He’s studying Criminology and Criminal Justice and applied through KOM Consultants. Well done, Keiran!

Remarkable Scholarship is For: Exceptional students applying for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework studies at Griffith University.  A Letter of Offer is required before lodging a scholarship application.

Award value and benefits: Scholarship covers 50% of tuition fees for the duration of an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree program. …

La Trobe University has welcomed the news that Australia’s first Research Hub for Medicinal Agriculture will be located at its Melbourne campus in Bundoora.


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La Trobe University has been recognised as a national leader in the emerging field of medicinal agriculture.

The University has welcomed the news that Australia’s first Research Hub for Medicinal Agriculture will be located at its Melbourne campus in Bundoora. The $27+ million initiative will combine extensive research and industry expertise to create new jobs and drive better health outcomes.

Federal Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham today announced almost $5 million of funding towards the La Trobe-led Australian Research Council (ARC) Industry Transformation Research Hub (ITRH) for Medicinal Agriculture. …

Bond University Associate Professor Francina Cantatore has been nominated for Academic of the Year in the prestigious Australian Law Awards.


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Bond University Associate Professor Francina Cantatore has been nominated for Academic of the Year in the prestigious Australian Law Awards to be held at the end of August.

Dr Cantatore, an academic at Bond University for the past seven years, is the Director of the Bond Law Clinic and was instrumental in the University setting up six law clinics after establishing the first in 2013.

Her passion for providing free legal services is a driving force behind the tireless work she does which includes teaching full-time and conducting academic research. …

Looking for some ideas to help you settle into your new life at WIT? Take a look at the advice offered to first year students following their big move.


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Looking for some ideas to help you settle into your new life? Take a look at the advice we’re offering to first year students following their big move

It has arrived. You’re finally a college student and you’ve survived your first week.  Before you know it, it will be Christmas and you’ll be facing into your first third level exams.

Getting used to a new city can be difficult, especially if it’s your first time away from home. …

Bangor University has again been ranked in the top 10 of the UK’s non-specialist Universities, according to the latest annual National Student Survey.


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Bangor University has again been ranked in the top 10 of the UK’s non-specialist Universities, according to the latest annual National Student Survey (NSS).

The news follows the University’s inclusion among the top 100 European Universities in the recent Times Higher Education (THE) European Teaching Rankings, the first university league table to focus solely on teaching and learning.

Bangor University was also awarded a Gold Standard in the first round of the UK Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework. …

University of Sydney economist Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark has been awarded one of Australia's top economics honours.


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Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark named ESA Distinguished Fellow University of Sydney economist Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark has been awarded one of Australia’s top economics honours.

Professor Cobb-Clark from the School of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences received the Economic Society of Australia (ESA) Distinguished Fellow Award in recognition of her significant academic achievements, as well as her contribution to the Australian economics community.

Professor Cobb-Clark took home the prestigious award at the Australian Conference of Economists 2018 Gala Dinner in Canberra. …

The University of Adelaide is excited to offer a range of scholarships to undergraduate and postgraduate students commencing their studies in 2019.


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The University of Adelaide is excited to offer a range of scholarships to international undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students commencing their studies in 2019.

Many of your students will be eligible for scholarships if they are current offer-holders of the University, or if they are intending to apply in the near future.

Tuition fee waiver scholarships of varying amounts are available for the following categories of students:

  • Global Academic Excellence: 50% tuition fee waiver.
The University of Canberra has cemented its place among the world’s top 100 young universities according to new rankings.


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The University of Canberra has cemented its place among the world’s top 100 young universities according to new rankings.

The University has soared to number 58 in the prestigious 2018 Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings.

The ranking, which lists the best universities under 50 years of age, saw the University of Canberra climb 33 places after being named at number 91 last year.

Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Deep Saini said the ranking was terrific news. …

It has been a double celebration for Deakin University's School of Engineering with 2 faculty making Australia's Most Innovative Engineers 2018.


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It has been a double celebration for Deakin University’s School of Engineering with Associate Professor Ben Horan and Dr Riyadh Al-Ameri both making Engineers Australia’s list of Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers 2018.

Nominations were sought from around the country for the list, which profiles 30 of Australia’s most innovative engineers.

Dr Horan is listed in the Community category for his work on VeRITy – VR Labour Simulator. Dr Al-Ameri is listed in the Research & …

Flinders University is the first South Australian university to receive accreditation from the prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA).


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Flinders University is the first South Australian university to receive accreditation from the prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA), reflecting a reinvigorated Flinders MBA offering and placing the program in the upper echelon of business courses internationally.

Flinders is only the third university in Australia to receive AMBA accreditation.

Professor Phyllis Tharenou, Vice-President and Executive Dean of Flinders’ College of Business Government and Law, says AMBA represents the gold standard in global recognition of business programs. …