Australian universities have been thrown a lifeline from the government, but they will need to innovate to survive in a post-COVID-19 world.
After spending tens of thousands of dollars to study and live in Australia, an international student explains why he refuses to go home.
The pandemic has exposed the flawed funding model on which universities relied. A major reassessment, rather than a return to business-as-usual, is needed for a post-virus world.
The coronavirus is creating unprecedented levels of stress for Year 12 students. But there's a solution... if Australia is bold enough to try it.
Universities may get some form of bailout from a coronavirus stimulus package, but it's unlikely to help the large number of casual workers employed in the sector.
This situation could quickly transform from problematic into a full-blown crisis. For now, universities are left in the dark.
Chinese enrolments are expected to plummet. Indian students are facing huge difficulties after visa changes. The question for Australia’s higher education sector is: what's next?
A new report shows the extraordinary extent of dependence by Australian universities on Chinese students. But that's just one way in which our addiction to this revenue stream is harming us.
Good morning, early birds. The government will announce a new university funding scheme tied to performance tests, and China issues fresh threats. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.