With a 6% drop in revenue, 2020 was a year Australian universities would prefer to forget, a report released today by the Mitchell Institute shows. The report, Australian investment in higher education, analyses over a decade of data to trace… Read More »Australian Universities lost 6% of their revenue in 2020 — and the next 2 years are looking worse
Netflix’s “The Chair,” released Aug. 20, depicts the fictional Pembroke University’s English department. Although fictional in creation, “The Chair” speaks to the realities of higher education’s struggles with and contributions to uplifting the voices of students and marginalized groups and… Read More »What Netflix’s ‘The Chair’ teaches us about voice, representation?
Australia has climbed up the ladder of popular study abroad destinations to reach the third pedestal. There has been a gradual increase in the number of Indian Students in Australia. The number of Indian students in Australia in 2019 increased… Read More »Study in Australia: Here are 3 top-ranking universities
Calcutta University has waived the tuition fees for students of all the semesters of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The decision to waive the tuition fees is in response to the hardships and the financial constraints people are facing in view… Read More »Calcutta University Waives Tuition Fees For All Students
During the pandemic, educators and administrators from kindergarten through college had to consider how to best reach their students when actual physical proximity wasn’t an option. The value of technology has been proven throughout the past 18 months, but some… Read More »The model of academic excellence
In a step towards forming a government in crisis-ridden Afghanistan, the Taliban on Saturday appointed Abdul Baqi Haqqani as the acting higher education minister and Bashir Ahmad Rostamzai as the acting director of Afghanistan’s sports federation. The latest announcement comes… Read More »Taliban appoint acting higher education minister, director of sport’s federation
For the 1,569 Columbia College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science first-year students arriving on campus this week, their first steps onto College Walk will represent the end of an application process that has been anything but normal.… Read More »Why the class of 2025 is the most selective in Columbia’s history?
College is an expensive investment, meaning many students may need to rely on financial aid in the form of a university’s endowments. These are trust funds generating revenue from donated money and financial assets—ad the size of some Ivy League… Read More »Harvard Tops the List of 30 Universities With the Largest Endowments
The University of Toronto has climbed one spot to 22nd in the prestigious Academic Ranking of World Universities, achieving its highest position globally since the ranking began in 2003. The annual rankings by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy also saw U of T… Read More »University of Toronto moves up one spot to 22nd globally in latest Shanghai university rankings
Ryerson University has agreed to change its name, finding it can no longer honour its 19th-century namesake, Egerton Ryerson, the educator and minister widely associated with a system of indigenous residential schools increasingly known for their deadly abuses. The institution… Read More »Ryerson University to change name over indigenous abuses