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MBA degrees enjoy great prestige in Asia, with the lure of bigger salaries and a passport to a new, high-flying career – but is a postgrad degree just the new normal?
Curtin University has teamed with Hitachi Data Systems to create a “data-gathering laboratory” that it hopes will improve the student experience.
Xplor founder Mark Woodland took a “very small problem” and came up with a very big solution to revolutionise the childcare sector.
Singapore has topped the global TIMMS and PISA surveys of achievement in maths, science and reading. How is this Asian nation doing it?
Already big business, education is about to get bigger, with the market forecast to grow to one billion students worldwide by 2025. Can Australia’s universities evolve with the world’s fastest-growing education market?
Education expert Ben Jensen’s start-up is a unique global hybrid – and one that many people in the field are still coming to grips with.
There’s widespread concern that Australia’s schools not only are underperforming but also may be focusing on the wrong things, especially when it comes to preparing students for work.
MOOCs – massive open online courses – were hailed as the great disruptor to higher education. Now, the institutions they were predicted to dislodge are adapting MOOCs and using their best features for on-campus teaching.
Volunteering your time and skills through a reputable organisation can be very effective – and it doesn’t mean heading to a disaster zone.
Failure isn't fun, but it's an important step in achieving tremendous success. So learn to embrace your failure instead of fleeing from it!
There are many societal advantages to free tertiary education, but that doesn't address the crucial question - should you pay for it?
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Former Ernst & Young partner Loretta Shuen is helping Hong Kong children with the learning difficulty of dyslexia on the way to a brighter future.
Are the skills needed to build an enterprise from nothing something you have to be born with or can they be learned?
Is there a right way to decline when asked to participate in unethical conduct at work?
A new approach sees Australians immersing themselves in Asian cultures.