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  • Nov 22nd 2016
    Although Aussie universities are a bit cheaper than the schools in the USA, the costs of living are higher. If we say “a bit cheaper than schools in USA” – that translates to very, very expensive. When you add tuition fees and living expenses together, Australia is the most expensive choice for international students.
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  • Nov 11th 2016
    The holidays are coming, so we're getting ready for Coca Cola commercials in winter setting. Wait; we're in Australia. We're not in the middle of the winter, so people from the other side of the world think it's hard for us to get into the holiday spirit. They are wrong, because we have a great advantage: we can travel and enjoy the great weather!
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  • Nov 3rd 2016
    The wonders of modern technology made it possible that about anyone in the world with a stable internet connection can pursue online studies on anything they find interesting. Before, if you were a student, your choice was limited by the number of available places in every college and its proximity.
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  • Oct 19th 2016
    Halloween is one of the most celebrated holidays across the globe, and Australia is no exception. However, Halloween is not a tradional holiday in Australia, because some Australians view the holiday as yet another imported US gimmick, which focuses heavily on the commercial aspect of things.
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  • Oct 6th 2016
    A critical essay, just like its name implies, is an essay which involves a critical review of one's work. Critical essays are usually written about art-related works, such as books, novels, theatre plays, paintings, films, and so on.
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  • Aug 19th 2016
    It was a long, exciting vacation. You relaxed, you enjoyed your time at the beach, you watched your favorite series, and you can't even remember all those fun times you had. Now, it's time to get ready for school again.
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  • Aug 19th 2016
    Are you ready for one of the greatest changes in your life? Well, it doesn't matter whether you're ready or not, because the time will come when you finally graduate from high school and you get in the middle of a crossroad: "now what"?
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  • Sep 11th 2014
    There are debates about the rising costs of schools, budget cuts, use of an essay writing service, and several other issues related to the education sector in Australia.
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  • Sep 6th 2014
    It seems that one of the latest assignments for policymakers in education sector is to determine if they should stop funding private schools or continue with it. Almost all other countries in the OECD have stopped funding private schools publicly.
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  • Sep 3rd 2014
    Many people think that marketing emails are dead, but they are not. There are people that click to agree for marketing when they sign up for things.
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  • Sep 1st 2014
    If a person wishes to become wealthy and retire early, then it only makes sense that the person takes a qualification in economics.
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  • Aug 28th 2014
    There are few international schools in Australia that are sponsored or funded by the government/state.
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  • Aug 24th 2014
    The Australian education system is rather good, and it scores very well in education league tables across the developed world.
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  • Aug 21st 2014
    In a frightening inquiry report by the New South Wales state parliament, it shows that there is no reliable way of tracking which children are and aren't receiving compulsory education.
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  • Aug 15th 2014
    Australia has been warned by one of the world's leading and most influential educators that the country needs to end its obsession with international education rankings and league tables and become more confident in its own vision and values for the future of its education system.
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  • Aug 12th 2014
    In a great boost for the reputation of Australian education, a number of Australia's leading universities have rocketed up the world rankings, with almost every included institution positively improving upon last years results.
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  • Aug 6th 2014
    The country's most prominent and leading national education union has been condemned and accused by the Abbott administration of failing groups of student with disabilities by going back on a promise to increase amounts of funding for them starting from next year.
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  • Aug 3rd 2014
    It has been revealed that a high number of high school seniors are abandoning the traditional subjects of mathematics and science, as they are becoming less of a requirement for many courses of further education at university.
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  • Jul 31st 2014
    A new report has uncovered that students who attend prestigious universities are not any more likely to earn more money in their life than if they had gone to a technology university.
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  • Jul 28th 2014
    It was recently recorded that there is an oversupply in trainee teachers. This has begun to put a strain on schools that provide the practical part of the training.
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  • Jul 24th 2014
    Tripbooka, a relatively new travel website, will be among the companies that will be present at the Travel Innovation Summit in Los Angeles. The pitch they will make seems promising.
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  • Jul 21st 2014
    Entries from Australians into the Print category at the Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity have dropped by 75 percent from the previous year. There were 12 entries from Australia this year, this is down from 48 in 2013.
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  • Jul 18th 2014
    Pat Baron, who serves as ECD at McCann (a full-service creative advertising agency) has stated after being Jury Chairman at The Loeries, which is the largest brand communication awards in Africa, that Australia's formulaic work has a lot to learn from the humanity of Africa.
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  • Jul 15th 2014
    Edward Gough Whitlam was a true icon, and was the Leader of the Labor Party and later served as 21st Prime Minister of Australia
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  • Jul 13th 2014
    Although it might seem counterintuitive, sometimes intelligence gets in the way of good writing. Think about the last time you read the instructions for something…was it easy to follow?
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