The Easy Path To Online Study

The Easy Path To Online Study

A university qualification can improve your career chances, but many people think it is too expensive or difficult, especially if they are already in a career. Taking time off work to get a degree requires money to support yourself, and there is a risk of losing your position.
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  • Business Calls For Major Education Shakeup

    19:43' 23-01-2018

    Business Calls For Major Education Shakeup

    Australian businesses claim the education system often fails to prepare employees, and prospective employees, for careers in their workplaces.

  • Top Tools For Mastering Academic English

    23:40' 22-01-2018

    Top Tools For Mastering Academic English

    Tertiary study in Australia is a big challenge, and a little bigger if English is your second language. However, the challenge becomes greater when you also have to learn the specialised vocabulary and style used by textbooks and teachers.

  • ATAR Is Not The Only Path Ahead

    17:30' 09-01-2018

    ATAR Is Not The Only Path Ahead

    Victorias more than 50,000 Year 12 students have completed their studies, received their ATAR scores, and are contemplating their future. Some may be pleased with their results, but many will no doubt be at least a little disappointed.

  • International Education Sector Grows Rapidly

    17:37' 08-01-2018

    International Education Sector Grows Rapidly

    Victoria’s international education sector is growing rapidly, and now supports almost 58,000 jobs across Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria.

  • Student Career Advice Enquiry Closes Soon

    18:14' 06-12-2017

    Student Career Advice Enquiry Closes Soon

    A Victorian parliamentary inquiry into the feelings of young people and teachers towards career advice at schools is about to close.

  • Chance To Renew Scholarship Draws Near

    16:47' 06-12-2017

    Chance To Renew Scholarship Draws Near

    Students who have received a Western Chances scholarship will have the chance to apply for a renewal of their scholarship in January.

  • Inner West Learning Precinct Reaches Milestone

    16:51' 05-12-2017

    Inner West Learning Precinct Reaches Milestone

    A transition plan will begin next year to establish a new secondary school, with two junior campuses and one senior campus, as part of the Footscray Learning Precinct, to provide better learning opportunities for inner western suburbs students.

  • Victoria Honoured With Training Awards

    19:51' 27-11-2017

    Victoria Honoured With Training Awards

    Victoria has been honoured as a national leader in vocational education and training, winning seven awards at the Australian Training Awards last weekend.

  • Volunteers An Advantage For Schools And Students

    19:55' 21-11-2017

    Volunteers An Advantage For Schools And Students

    A program run by the Ardoch Youth Foundation to improve learning outcomes at disadvantaged schools has produced evidence that volunteers make a huge positive difference.

  • Scholarship Funds For Interpreters

    19:47' 20-11-2017

    Scholarship Funds For Interpreters

    Students studying interpreting at RMIT are eligible for financial support under a new round of the Victorian Government’s Interpreter Scholarship program.

  • Higher Education Attracts More Australians

    18:55' 08-11-2017

    Higher Education Attracts More Australians

    The 2016 Census of Population and Housing shows that a record number of Australians are now undertaking higher education.

  • Top Award Goes To State's China Program

    14:56' 24-10-2017

    Top Award Goes To State's China Program

    Victorias Young Leaders to China Program has won a prestigious national award for excellence in international education.

  • Mentoring Grants Offer More Help For Students

    14:38' 24-10-2017

    Mentoring Grants Offer More Help For Students

    More young people will be encouraged to remain engaged in education or training, with the recent launch of the successful Student Mentoring Program.

  • International Students Urged To Speak Up

    15:15' 26-09-2017

    International Students Urged To Speak Up

    The Fair Work Ombudsman, Natalie James, has published an open letter to international students, encouraging them to learn about their workplace rights, and seek help if unsure.

  • Tips To Survive The Exam Period

    19:15' 14-09-2017

    Tips To Survive The Exam Period

    Students feeling the pressure of the exam period may find themselves compromising their main life needs to get by, but this can harm their results in the end.

  • New School Buildings Free From Asbestos

    19:12' 14-09-2017

    New School Buildings Free From Asbestos

    The State Government is investing $155 million in a program to replace school buildings across Victoria, from which asbestos has been removed.

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