The contentious higher education reform bill passed parliament today, and many academics are furious.
Students are reacting to the news online lectures are set to continue next year.
Anger at the announcement failing students could lose permanent HECS-HELP.
Through history student protesters have created massive social change, but campuses are not the hotbeds of discontent they once were.
Will changes to university fees make it even harder for young people to figure out what they want to be when they ‘grow up’?
The UWA exhibition features artwork inspired by the Great Depression and World War II.
Will giving women bonus points when applying for STEM fix the gender gap?
Draft federal laws could mean your part-time tutoring job leaves you liable to prosecution.
More than 100 students unite to march against cuts to higher education support and HECS threshold reductions
A lack of medical internships is said to be one reason behind a projected shortfall in doctors.
But student representatives say the announcement would not mean an extra test or that coming to Australia would be more difficult.
The local universities don’t seem interested in opening a campus in the area.
It’s all about harm minimisation, the Guild president says.
Employees of Curtin University can expect their wages by tonight.