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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

University event to address sexual violence on campus

Lincoln University's hosting an event to inform students about sexual violence, a week after a teenager was charged with sexual assault on campus.

Does it really matter where you study?

Does it matter what you study or where you study? ROGER SMYTH finds answers in the data available.

Free university study just months away

Free tertiary education is coming under a Labour-led Government - with a student association also urging Jacinda Ardern to put an end to border arrests of student loan defaulters.

NZ universities climb in world rankings – Waikato University jumps more than 100 places

By Simon Collins New Zealand universities are climbing up the world rankings as academics focus more on world-leading research. Five of the country's eight universities have risen in the latest QS rankings. Waikato University is the...

Shake-up for post-study work visas

A shake-up for post-study work visas for international students has been welcomed by New Zealand’s universities.

Mature-age students: do they feel supported?

At a time when the workforce is ageing and the labour market is increasingly volatile, ELIZABETH McLEOD asks the question: how well are our tertiary institutions set up for those wanting to upskill, retrain or further their knowledge?

New social record site to help young people link with employers

A new social record site is expected to help young people promote themselves to prospective employers.

Call for Victoria University vice-chancellor to resign over name change saga

Battle lines are being redrawn over Victoria University's proposed name change.

Trump’s Kiwi adviser Chris Liddell donates $450,000 to Auckland University

Chris Liddell, the Kiwi businessman in Donald Trump's team, has donated $450,000 to the University of Auckland to fund a scholarship to Oxford.

National: Government’s free education policy a mess

National's tertiary education spokesman says a lack of detail about Labour's year of free study is "looking a real mess" as the new academic year approaches.

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