Indigenous students

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After six years of study, and support from Shalom Gamarada, Indigenous students Luke Walker and Jason Sines are returning to rural NSW to start new lives as doctors.

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A career in criminal justice seems certain for law student and Australian Federal Police cadet Danielle Hobday, recognised for her achievements helping young Indigenous people.

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As part of Reconcilation Week, UNSW’s Shalom College has been recognised for its contribution to the support and encouragement of Indigenous tertiary students.

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Donning graduation gowns,150 Indigenous high school students from around NSW have graduated from Nura Gili’s Winter School Program.

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One hundred and fifty Indigenous high school students from across Australia are sampling uni life this week as part of UNSW’s Nura Gili Winter School, one of the largest university preparation programs of its kind.

Indigenous business graduates can be the enablers and catalysts for economic development in their communities, says Professor Alec Cameron, Dean of the Australian School of Business.

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A record number of Indigenous high school students has graduated from the Nura Gili Winter School, the country's largest uni preparation program, supported by UBS.

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A record number of Indigenous high school students have graduated from Nura Gili's Winter School at UNSW - Australia's largest university preparation program.

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Five Indigenous trainees gave an inspiring personal account of their experiences of workplace training during the University's first annual UNSW Indigenous Showcase.

A record number of Indigenous students graduated from the Nura Gili 2008 Winter School Program at UNSW.

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