UniSA Thriving In World Young University Rankings



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At 28 years old and in an increasingly competitive field of young universities, the University of South Australia has maintained its strong position at number 26 in the Times Higher Education global ranking of Universities under 50 years old.

The 2019 results follow a rise of six places in 2018 and are in step with the University’s strong performance in the THE Impact Ranking in April this year, where it earned a position of 22 in the world for overall University Impact and top 10 globally for quality education. …

IT Carlow Ranks 2nd Among All Universities and IoTs by Student Sport Ireland



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Institute of Technology Carlow ranked second overall out of a total of 31 third-level universities and institutes of technology at the recent Student Sport Ireland (SSI) Sports College of the Year Awards. IT Carlow was the highest-ranking institute of technology, with only Dublin City University finishing marginally ahead.

Launched in 2018, the Sports College of the Year Competition rewards colleges for their participation and achievement in all cups, leagues and competitions run by the organisation. …

University Of Canberra Rises To World’s Top 40 Young Universities



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The University of Canberra has continued to rise to sit at number 34 in the 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings.

The rankings list the world’s best universities aged 50 years or under, and the latest results cement the University of Canberra’s place among the world’s top 40 young universities.

Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Deep Saini, said the ranking was welcome news.

“We are delighted with the latest results from the THE Young University rankings. …

University Of Sydney Discovers Over 2,000 Fake Android Apps



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Popular games were commonly impersonated by counterfeit apps

University of Sydney researchers analysed over one million Google Play apps and found over 2,000 counterfeit apps. Popular games such as Temple Run, Free Flow, and Hill Climb Racing were the most common targets for app impersonation.

The apps you regularly use to log your steps, edit your photos and monitor your finances may be hiding malicious software that could be tracking and even stealing your personal information. …

Bond University Celebrates 30 Years Of Innovation & Entrepreneurship



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Australia’s first private, independent university, Bond University, commemorated three decades of innovation and entrepreneurship with a week-long program of events to celebrating its 30 th Anniversary.

From 13 to 19 May 2019, Bond celebrated in style with a full calendar of Homecoming activities, bringing together past and present students and staff – and the wider Bond community – to celebrate the major milestone.

Bond University’s Vice Chancellor and President, Tim Brailsford, …

Western Sydney University Ranked 11th in University Impact Rankings



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Western Sydney University has been ranked 1st in the world for its work to address gender equality, and 2nd for reducing inequalities by promoting inclusive and equitable quality education, according to the inaugural Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings.

Overall, the University achieved a ranking of 11th – placing it in the top 20 universities worldwide, and the highest ranked university in Australia.

The University Impact Rankings are a new initiative by the highly-influential Times Higher Education (THE) organisation, …

Five Stars Achieved In QS Stars Ratings At La Trobe University



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La Trobe University has achieved an overall rating of five stars in the latest QS Stars ratings.  In addition, the University also achieved five-star ratings in a total of eight categories – the maximum number possible.

La Trobe is one of only six Australian universities to be rated at five stars in eight categories.

QS Stars is a rating system that provides a detailed look at higher education institutions world-wide, …

Macquarie University Introduces New Engineering Degrees



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Future Focused Engineering Degrees

At Macquarie University, we are building talented and knowledgeable engineers and forming a community of innovators and creators with a passion for research and making a real impact.

Our engineering programs uniquely combine a solid foundation in theoretical knowledge with modern, practical skills acquisition and industry experience.

Our academics research staff are world-renown experts in their fields and leading research in areas including antenna design, …

Griffith University Animation Alumni Sell Hit Show Bluey To Disney



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The first two seasons of the hit series Bluey, created by Griffith Film School animation alumni, are going global and will soon screen internationally on Disney Junior and Disney+.

Conceived by Griffith film graduate Joe Brumm, Bluey is the most watched show on ABC iView, with more than 90 million plays.

The series was produced by Emmy award-winning Ludo Studio, co-founded by fellow Griffith Film School alumnus Daley Pearson, …

Robert Gordon University Physio Lands Landmark Fellowship For Parkinson’s Research



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A senior academic and physiotherapist at RGU has been awarded a fully-funded PhD fellowship from the Scottish Government’s Chief Scientist Office (CSO) and Parkinson’s UK, to further her work on exercise provision for people living with the complex long-term condition.

Julie Jones, a senior lecturer in RGU’s School of Health Sciences, has been awarded around £250,000 for the Clinical Academic Fellowship, which is the first of its kind received by a member of RGU and a rare achievement for an allied health practitioner. …