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01 Oct HOME ADVANTAGE: WHY UNIVERSITIES NEED TO PROMOTE THEIR NATION AS MUCH AS THEIR INSTITUTION TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

There are three essential and clearly recognised elements involved in the international student decision-making process – choosing a country, choosing a course, and choosing an institution. Universities and other education providers channel most of their marketing efforts into promoting their institutions and, to a certain extent,...

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23 Sep

News that an extremely small proportion of large Australian businesses collaborate with universities on research and innovation is disappointing and surprising. According to OECD findings cited by The Australian, companies working on new products or services in Australia are less likely to be working with...

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11 Sep INSPIRING THE INDIVIDUAL: ‘WHEN A STUDENT KNOWS THAT THEY HAVE ACHIEVED SOMETHING THEY DIDN’T THINK THEY COULD DO, IT REALLY IS THE BEST’

HECG has been banging on for many a month about the need for universities and colleges to put the student at the centre of the learning experience: not the professor/lecturer/tutor/technological gizmos, but the individuals in the classroom. As we’ve said before, those universities that best...

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