Students and staff put new state-of-the-art TV studios in RMIT University’s media precinct to the test in first broadcast.


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Students and staff put new state-of-the-art TV studios in RMIT’s media precinct to the test in first broadcast.

Students from the Certificate IV in Screen and Media, Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) joined forces for the first broadcast of student program Newsline on Channel 31.

Under the direction of television lecturer and industry fellow, Phil Kafcaloudes, and with the support of journalism academics Alex Wake and Tito Ambyo, the students produced a week of live television news programs featuring some of the nation’s most up-and-coming journalists. …

Students and their families can slash their education bills by thousands of euros a year by studying at IT Sligo in Sligo, Ireland.


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Students and their families can slash their education bills by thousands of euro a year by studying in Sligo. A study shows student accommodations, food, transport and entertainment are vastly cheaper in the North West.

Most third-level institutions will provide approximate living costs on their websites. And close analysis of these figures shows that the cost of attending a course in different Irish towns and cities varies wildly.

And the biggest variant? …

Students from the University of Dundee in Scotland have ranked their Careers Service as among the best in the UK, coming in 3rd.


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Careers Service rated amongst country’s best

Students at the University of Dundee have ranked their Careers Service as among the best in the UK.

Dundee came 3rd in the Career Services 2017 Awards operated by StudentCrowd, an online platform for students to review all aspects of their university experience. More than 7,000 students from across the UK were surveyed over the past year.

The University’s Careers Service offers a range of employability modules which students can take alongside their degree subjects. …

Curtin University's top 5 favourite reasons why students should choose Curtin University in Perth, Austrlia!


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Curtin University’s top 5 favourite reasons why students should choose Curtin!

  1. We are in the top 1% of all universities worldwide (ARWU 2017).

Additionally, Curtin University is ranked as a top 100 university in seven subjects in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017:

  • Mineral and Mining Engineering – 2nd in the world!
  • Architecture/Built Environment
  • Art and Design
  • Nursing
  • Earth and Marine Sciences
  • Education
  • Sports-related Subjects
  1. We offer a suite of attractive scholarships,
The University of Gloucestershire has been awarded money to support its work into gaining a stronger understanding of its students' views on safety, security & wellbeing, including sexual harassment.


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The University of Gloucestershire has been awarded money to support its work into gaining a stronger understanding of its students’ views on safety, security and wellbeing, including sexual harassment.

The university is one of 64 universities and colleges across the country to receive a share of £2,453,141 from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) for projects that aim to address concerns about sexual violence and harassment on campus.

The grants, …

Bangor University continues to rise in popularity among its students, up to 12th in the UK and is the only university in Wales to make the top 15.


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Bangor University continues to rise in popularity among its students. The University has risen to 12th place in the UK and is the only university in Wales to make the top 15 in a new university experience survey (Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017).

The survey, conducted by YouthSight for the Times Higher Education magazine, asked current students to rate their university experience according to several academic, social and general measures, …

University of Gloucestershire graduates are more likely to find employment after graduation, new data has revealed. It shows 95.0% of graduates were in employment or further study after leaving the university.


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University of Gloucestershire graduates are more likely to find employment after graduation new data has revealed.

The university has again performed strongly in the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, which looks at the destination of all university students who graduated in the 2014/15 academic year.

It shows 95.0% of Gloucestershire graduates were in employment or further study after leaving the university.  This is better than the national average across all universities of 93.9%.  …

Mechanical Engineering students from IT Sligo have won a prestigious Engineers Award, Innovative Student Engineer of the Year, for 2016.


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Mechanical Engineering students from IT Sligo have won a prestigious Engineers Ireland Innovation Award for 2016.

Colm Morley, Shane Timoney, Caolan Treanor and Conor Walsh collected the Innovative Student Engineer of the Year Award, sponsored by Siemens, and a prize of €2000 for their final year project which they designed to help improve farm safety.

Their project, entitled: ‘Automatically fed post driver’ (pictured below) allows tractor operators to drive posts without having to dismount their tractors, …

Bond Law students have cemented Bond Universities’s position as world champions of the BFSU Wanhuida Cup Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition.


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Bond Law students Justina Sebastiampillai and Jeremy Butcher have cemented Bond’s position as world champions of the Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) Wanhuida Cup Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition with a victory at the 2016 event. This is the fifth time Bond has won the moot.

The BFSU Wanhuida Cup Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition, which is held annually in Beijing, is an English-language moot competition. The moot focuses on real-life intellectual property issues similar to some that have arisen in the Chinese business sector. …

Deakin is excited to announce that it is offering two new scholarships for international students. Read more and apply for FREE with KOM


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New Scholarships Deakin is excited to announce that it is offering two new scholarships for international students.

The Deakin Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship and the Deakin International Scholarship will be awarded to undergraduate and postgraduate students with consistently high academic performance and who have the potential to make a leading contribution to the University. The two new scholarships are the following;

The Deakin Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship offers successful applicants a full 100% tuition scholarship or a 50% partial tuition scholarship; …