What's it like to be a Logistics Manager in Australia?
Logistics and supply chain management involves managing the flow of goods and services from the point of supply origin to the customer - a very important process for many businesses in today's environment. It encompasses warehousing, monitoring inventory, purchasing, transport and distribution.
Sunday 29 January 2023
Top 10 reasons to study in Australia
Australia is known for its beautiful outdoors, great weather, friendly people and unique wildlife but there are so many reasons to consider studying in Australia..here’s the top 10 reasons for you to consider.
Wednesday 14 December 2022
What's it like to be an Electrical Engineer in Australia?
Electrical Engineers specialise in the engineering discipline of designing and developing new electrical systems. They use physics, mathematics and an understanding of electricity, electromagnetism and electronics to create, implement, and test systems that process and transmit energy.
Thursday 8 December 2022
Latest QS Business Master's World Rankings
This year’s QS Business Master's rankings provide a comprehensive list of the best business schools in Australia to study a specialised Masters program.
Monday 21 November 2022
What's it like to be a Data Analyst?
The main role of a Data Analyst is to assist organisations identify ways of reducing costs and identify opportunities to grow revenue. As a business analyst it’s vital to provide insights for any successful business. Data Analysts use standard methods to extract and analyse data. They translate statistics into meaningful business information so that management teams can interpret into the right buildable solutions and processes.
Tuesday 8 November 2022
What's it like to study and work as a Cyber Security Analyst in Australia?
Cyber Security Analysts implement security measures to protect organisations and their information systems from breaches.
Wednesday 2 November 2022
What's it like to study Commercial Cookery and work as a Chef in Australia?
A Chef is a professional cook, trained in all aspects of food preparation. They generally work in commercial kitchens; these can take on a wide variety of forms, from fine dining restaurants, to cafés, catering facilities and mobile foodtrucks. Many Chefs focus on a specific cuisine, while others choose to specialise in certain aspects of cooking, like baking or pastry making.
Monday 24 October 2022
What's it like to study Community Development and work in Australia?
Community Development Officers often work within an Australian government department, local government council, or not for profit organisation to help communities identify and solve social issues. Often a Community Development Officer is involved with assessing housing needs within a community and aiming to address those needs by working with city planners, councils and the community for local input and resolution.
Monday 17 October 2022
RMIT University sensor technology research for improve health in aged care
RMIT’s Micro Nano Research Facility has developed a nano-scale, flexible material that is being used to create sensors that can be integrated into bedding in aged care facilities providing better insight into the health and wellbeing of patients.
Wednesday 28 September 2022
What’s it like to be a Nurse in Australia?
Nursing is a rewarding and multiskilled profession in Australia. Nursing not only has a variety of fields you can specialise in, it also has many different healthcare settings to work in, and employment options to choose from.
Wednesday 7 September 2022
Australian jobs for the future
This week Australia will have a national summit on jobs and skill shortages. It’s predicted that Australia will have a shortage of carers, electricians, chefs and more as the growing skills shortages impact on Australian businesses.
Wednesday 31 August 2022
2023 QS University World Rankings
Australian Universities have ranked well again in the latest QS University World Rankings for 2023.
Tuesday 5 July 2022
RMIT: Making muscles, building brains and the mind-blowing world of biofabrication research
In a research lab at a Melbourne hospital, RMIT work is underway to turn biomedical science fiction into reality.
Tuesday 10 May 2022
UTS discovers tiny Ocean Predator with appetite for Carbon Capture
A single-celled marine microbe capable of photosynthesis and hunting and eating prey may be a secret weapon in the battle against climate change.
Sunday 17 April 2022
Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2022
Australia has again performed very well in the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings for 2022
Saturday 2 April 2022
Current Student Visa requirements
Here’s the latest information on international student visa requirements to study in Australia.
Friday 25 February 2022
Visiting the Australian beach this summer? Here are some of our top marine animals to look out for..
Australia has one of the longest coastlines in the world. And it’s packed with life of all shapes and sizes – from lively dolphins leaping offshore, to tiny crabs scurrying into their holes.
Wednesday 5 January 2022
Here’s where our Aussie summertime slang has come from
Summer loving happens so fast! One day, you’re sipping quarantinis in locky d. The next, you’re hosting mates for barbies. When we grab that snag, swag or esky, we’re doing more than celebrating summer. We’re celebrating it in Australian ways, and with Australian words.
Friday 31 December 2021
$250,000 USD from Elon Musk Foundation to Sydney University students for carbon removal
A team of University of Sydney students has won a US$250,000 prize, awarded by Elon Musk's Foundation. With industry partners and an academic supervisor, they have developed a solar-powered unit that removes CO2 from the atmosphere.
Saturday 18 December 2021
Swinburne University Researchers work to develop rapid cancer detection from a single drop of blood
Postdoctoral research fellow Dr Saimon Moraes Silva has been working with industry partner, Universal Biosensors, to develop a handheld device that can detect a cancer biomarker from a finger prick of blood.
Tuesday 14 December 2021
Liquid marbles: how this tiny, emerging technology could solve carbon capture and storage problems
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been touted, again and again, as one of the critical technologies that could help Australia reach its climate targets, and features heavily in the federal government’s plan for net-zero emissions by 2050.
Wednesday 8 December 2021
Exercise in a pill could offer solutions for at-risk patients ANU researchers
“Exercise in a pill” could offer solutions for at-risk patients suffering from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Friday 3 December 2021
International students to return to Australia
Fully vaccinated international students from around the world will be allowed into Australia from next week, without needing to apply for a travel exemption. Prime Minister Scott Morrison made the announcement yesterday.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
University Laureate Professor first Australian woman to be elected to International Court of Justice
Professor Hilary Charlesworth has been elected to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the first Australian woman and only the fifth woman elected to the United Nations body.
Sunday 14 November 2021
Australian Borders reopening soon to International Students
Once Australia’s vaccination rate hits 80% in November, borders will reopen for Australian travellers, vaccinated International students and Skilled migrants.
Tuesday 19 October 2021
Forecasting space weather with a new Australian satellite
Collaborators from the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, and UNSW-Sydney have developed and launched a new satellite to help with Forecasting space weather.
Friday 8 October 2021
Work-integrated learning in Australian Universities
Work-integrated learning is very important for students these days as Australian Universities invest heavily in the employability of their graduates.
Tuesday 31 August 2021
South Australia’s International Student Arrival Plan
Great news! SA’s International student arrival plan has been approved by the Commonwealth for ongoing student arrivals!
Wednesday 23 June 2021
SA’s Renewable Energy plan, a great discipline to Study!
South Australia has good public policy can enable dramatic emissions reduction through renewable energy systems.
Wednesday 10 March 2021
ARTU – The new University Global ranking system explained
Great news! Australian Universities are ahead of the pack..
Monday 15 February 2021