International students flocking to North America and the UK as applications...

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The Australian government have hopes to reopen universities at the end of the year but this hasn’t stopped thousands of students from trying their...

Are universities sufficiently supporting their bereaved students?

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Experiences of bereavement can have detrimental impacts on a young adults’ life, but are universities doing enough to provide sufficient support? The findings of a...

How can we reduce sedentary behaviour in university students?

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Students are vulnerable to excess sedentary time whilst at university; this is motivating scholars to develop new ways of encouraging students to get moving...

NSW and Queensland join push for purpose-built quarantine hubs

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NSW and Queensland join Victoria in asking for purpose-built quarantine hubs to accommodate international students, who contribute significantly to local and national economies. A new...

Prospective international students make new plans for where to study

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A third of prospective international students expressed intentions of changing their enrolment plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent study. Students about...

Market Insight report: 95% of students in Australian PBSA ‘struggling’

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Download the full Market Insight report here. Our latest market insight report reveals that 95% of students in Australian purpose-built accommodation (PBSA) report that they are...

Australian students’ strategies for wellbeing

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From the Global Student Living Conference 2018. Learn more about the GSL Conference here, and read more about Australian students' experiences in PBSA in our 2019...

Spike in int’l students heading to South Australia and Tasmania

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The Australian reports on a dramatic increase during the last year in the number of international students wishing to study at universities in Tasmania...

Australian exchange students recalled from Hong Kong

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ABC reports that Australian students on exchange in Hong Kong have been urged to return home without delay after pro-democracy protests reached campuses throughout...

‘True crime’ trend sees surge in Australian women studying Criminology

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7News reports on how the popularity among younger people of true-crime podcasts, books, and television shows is driving interest in criminology study. A recently...
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