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18 Oct 14 - Education University News

Why can German universities offer free education when Australian students end ...
Their full public funding is feasible because they spend the money in a way that would be novel for many of our august institutions: To provide an education. No more, no less. As someone who has wasted a lot of time and money at university, and have ...

How Germany managed to abolish university tuition fees
That's the question being asked by many students around the world in countries that charge tuition fees to university. From this semester, all higher education will be free for both Germans and international students at universities across the country ...

Australian universities climb Times world rankings, while US and UK lose ground
The vice-chancellor of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence, said Australian universities would "continue to perform strongly on the world stage regardless of higher education fee structures". The University of NSW has been one of the fastest ...

On folk devils and the <em>Oz</em>'s circle of confected outrage
“After being shown a transcript of the lecture on News Corp, the company's group editorial director Campbell Reid accused the University of Sydney of indoctrinating students, not educating them. “'Obviously I can't comment on the full breadth of the ...

Making higher education financially sustainable
Arthur M Hauptman is an American public policy consultant who specialises in higher education finance issues around the world.

Towards quality transnational education
We assert that the quality assurance mechanisms have not kept pace with the changes in the landscape of cross-border education activities. There is a need for a collaborative effort among quality assurance bodies, professional associations and higher ...

With Free Universities, Germany Sets a Good Example for Egypt
Germany has completed the reversal of an experiment in which some of its universities charged modest tuition. That is a lesson for those Egyptians who believe we should end our system that once sought to make higher education free. Starting this month ...

Refugees need access to higher education
The UNHCR aims to increase access to tertiary education all over the world, with a distinct focus on sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Northern African region and Asia.

New higher education commission 'a turning point'
The news that went unnoticed in media is considered to be a turning point for higher education sector in the province. The Punjab Higher Education Commission has now been authorised to regulate funding of the universities in the province, and to also ...

Higher education: The university experiment
When the first universities emerged in eleventh-century Europe, their mission was education, scholarship and nothing else.

Professor accused of sending racist, sexually abusive emails suspended by ...
University of Sydney Professor Barry Spurr, consultant to the Federal Government's national English curriculum review, referred to Prime Minister Tony Abbott as an "Abo-lover" and Nelson Mandela as a "darky".

Have England's universities been privatised by stealth?
In a recent study by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education - a body dedicated to “safeguarding standards” in universities - researchers asked student volunteers to produce a “concept map”, jotting down related concerns, anxieties and ...

Government pushes a divided education strategy
“There is an obvious contradiction between Japan's rightward shift on education policy and its strivings to internationalise,” said Thomas Berger, a professor at Boston University and an expert on Japanese politics. “Education policy is caught on the ...

Oxford University tutors open up about admissions interviews
To mark the deadline for 2015 undergraduate admissions, the university asked admissions tutors to open up about the two or more interviews that all UK undergraduate applicants are subjected to - alongside teacher feedback, tests, personal statements ...

Students to hold emergency meeting over education law
... other students organisations also need to collectively oppose it. That's why we plan to organise the students' emergency meeting so that [the union], the University Students Union and other students organisations will be able to work together to ...

Non-Go8 university leaders seek changes to higher education bill
At a conference in Melbourne today, Deregulation in Higher Education, Southern Cross University Vice-Chancellor Peter Lee said his university and others in regional areas will be at a competitive disadvantage to larger, longer-established universities ...

University fee deregulation to see $48k degrees
Professor Cameron said the university had released its provisional fee pricings to the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee, which is examining the reforms, to “disabuse the notion'' that the cost of standard undergraduate degrees ...

Education Minister Christopher Pyne describes ANU decision to ditch mining ...
Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has labelled the Australian National University's (ANU) decision to sell off its shares in seven mining companies as "bizarre".

Graduates from elite universities earn no more than those from technical ...
Students who graduate from elite universities do not earn any more over their lifetimes than if they had attended a less prestigious technology university, a new report reveals. The Grattan Institute report, Mapping Australian Higher Education, finds ...

Last German state to do away with university tuition fees
It means that this autumn's student intake will enjoy free university courses. “We got rid of tuition fees because we do not want higher education which depends on the wealth of the parents,” said Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic of the Green party, the ...



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