National

Tertiary Education

The degrees not worth enrolling in

Nearly half of international students enrolled in NSW universities are studying management and commerce courses.

​Community, industry and tertiary education sector must ensure students make informed decisions in course choice.

Spend the day in a studio

In the studio at the Australia Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).

Artists, musos, actors and performers aiming to build a creative future should get along to these campus open days.

Suburban students pack their bags for uni colleges

Immersed: Josh Mason lives at the University of Melbourne's Ormond College where he has benefited from tutoring, ...

Long commute times, a rental crisis that means an absence of cheap shared housing, and a desire to enjoy university life are combining to prompt more city students to move into on-campus accommodation.

Young people saddled by a higher degree of debt

Graduating to adult life cloaked in debt is the reality for many young Australians.

Post-graduate courses are now almost standard for young Australian students but the debt burden, added to their undergraduate course debt, may saddle them with total debts well above $100,000.