There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

MERLIN CROSSLEY (UNSW) on the inevitability of the ATAR. “There are thousands of early offers out there but the ATAR and more sophisticated applicant ranking systems that aim to consider a student’s context and achievement relative to opportunity will always be with us.”

plus ANGEL CALDERON (RMIT) on the inaugural QS Sustainability Ranking – UNSW and Uni Sydney are equal fifth in the world, HERE

and DIRK MULDER on Canada’s problems with international student entry.

with SALLY PATMORE and Uni Newcastle colleagues on delivering quality education for university teaching. A new selection in Commissioning Editor SALLY KIFT’s celebrated series, Needed now in teaching and learning

And in Expert Opinion

SHAZIA SADIQ (Uni Queenland) on the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering’s new policy paper on STEM education solutions to digital skills shortages, HERE .


to get daily updates on what's happening in the world of Australian Higher Education