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02 Mar Where there’s a WIL there’s a way for universities and students

After years of fragmented and low-level approaches it is now action stations in higher education as the sector comes to grips with the challenges and opportunities inherent in Work Integrated Learning. Most, if not all, universities have WIL programs, ranging from case studies to fully-paid...

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25 Feb Regional universities: how enormous potential can be realised

By David Wright Many of you would have seen the recent article in The Australian Higher Education section titled Regional universities a rich and exciting resource at our doorstep by National's Senator Bridget McKenzie.  I totally agree with her argument. HECG acts for both regional and city...

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18 Feb HECG HIGHERED TRENDWATCH: Visions of the university of the future

[caption id="attachment_415" align="aligncenter" width="662"] In our previous post we asked if traditional universities would be able to navigate the coming ‘Millennial storm’ in which a new generation of students with fresh hopes, dreams and perspectives would demand a higher education more suited to their changed...

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04 Feb More good news for HECG’s innovative collaborative model for International Recruiting and how we can help you to succeed

After a successful redesign of international practice for customers in Sydney, Tasmania and Chicago, HECG continues to successfully revamp international education with other clients. We can’t claim all of this success as our own - that is not true or how we work.   Our model...

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02 Feb How HECG’s expanded team can bring their talent and expertise to help you to reach your highered goals

The Higher Education Consulting Group (HECG) is looking forward to delivering success and new opportunities in 2016 for all its present and future clients, bolstered by an expanded team of expert consultants who possess deep knowledge of the higher education and vocational sectors. Mr David Wright,...

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19 Jan Creative adaptation: what higher education can learn from a study of sport

Universities and sports share some commonalities: they have been around a long time, are essentially conservative, are of enormous benefit to young people and yet treasure the wisdom of the old, are part of our cultural heritage, people have strong opinions about them, and, whether...

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