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Live chat has grown exponentially in popularity, and is expected to continue to grow by as much as 87% in the next 12-18 months. While it has played an integral role in various industries, this technology has the potential to transform higher education recruitment as well. With the advancement of technology,...

  With the rise of the ‘global skills gap’ – a discrepancy between the skills expected of graduates by their employers, and those graduates’ capacity to demonstrate them in the workplace, it is imperative for institutions to address and reduce this gap to maximise graduate employability. In our previous blog post, we...

Under the Morrison government’s 2020 higher education funding scheme, universities will receive funding based on their performance across four new performance measures, the most highly weighted of which is ‘graduate employment outcomes’, which is measured by the proportion of graduates who are able to find employment after they have finished their degrees. Now more than ever, it is crucial for Australian universities to produce high quality...

What do federal government funding changes mean for university strategy in 2018? Recently announced changes to the Federal Government’s higher education funding arrangements have many institutions forecasting constrained budgets over the next two years, impacting planned activities and potentially even reducing domestic student loads. As a result, growing international enrolments while...

According to QS Top Universities, the average undergraduate international student to Australia now pays around A$29,235 per year in tuition fees, while a postgraduate student can pay between A$20,000 to A$37,000 per year. With perceptions of value playing such an important role in the decision-making process, as consistently shown in our annual International...

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