It is time Australian governments paid serious attention to the structure and efficiency of the public service economy, writes Gary Sturgess.
We must foster the next generation of teachers for the sake of future students, writes Michele Bruniges.
We have a new wave of overseas students from a new frontier, South America, with Brazil at the forefront, writes Tim Harcourt.
One of the most disturbing parts of the current discussion of schools is the growing assumption that public schools are woefully underfunded and inadequate, writes Cathy Sherry.
Learning Indonesian should be a national priority argues Jo Coghlan, yet undergraduate enrolments in the subject have plunged by 70 percent.
To avert a major slump in international student demand, Australia needs to be rebranded as a premium education destination, argues UNSW Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer.
People with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) will have the chance to take part in a pilot study of a unique internet-based education program, which has proved very successful in treating several other mental disorders.
People with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will have the chance to take part in a pilot study of an internet-based education program.
Educators and practitioners in engineering, architecture and design from around the world are at UNSW for a major international conference on design education.
It's enough to leave most music lovers All Shook Up: Elvis Presley's music is derivative and lacking in substance, according to UNSW academic Professor Robert Walker.