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Australia relaxes visa rules for university staff members

The Australian government has restored four-year visas for professors and other leading staff members in universities with a pathway to permanent residency

5 Questions on Biotechnology: Prof. Peter Smooker

BrainGain magazine asked Dr. Peter Smooker, Head of the Biotechnology Lab at RMIT, about Biotechnology. He shared his insights on subject, as well as its practical applications. Edited excerpts below.

BIG DATA: It's not size that matters; it's what you do with it

One of the fastest growing fields today, Big Data offers great professional scope to graduates.

'Don't restrict yourself to a single field of study'

Strategic communications expert Alana Mann has some solid advice for international students who want to study public relations in Australia

Australia tightens work visa rules, scraps popular temporary work visa

PM Malcolm Turnbull says Australia will replace the 457 visa with a new program requiring greater English-language proficiency and prior work experience

International Schools Video Competition - Advance to Australia

Grand prizes await teams from Step by Step (Noida) and Vibgyor High School (Pune) which won the International School Video Competition. The competition was organized by Australian Trade Commission with support from Cambridge English Language Assessment.

5 great courses on Environmental Science

With events like World Environment Day highlighting the need for sustainable development and ecological preservation, careers in Environmental Sciences are emerging as an interesting option. Here is a list of 5 great degrees in the field.

Lack of trust and risk to reputation: Why US universities avoid using recruitment agents

US universities and colleges are more cautious in using student recruitment agencies than their counterparts in other countries, according to a recent survey

90% of Indians studying in Australia are extremely satisfied, says education minister

Australiaís education minister, Simon Birmingham, is in India with representatives from 8 of the countryís best universities, and plans to strengthen an already strong relationship with India.

Head to the Mountains to become a Hotelier

You donít want a desk job. You donít like the idea of being stuck in one city for the rest of your career. And you like interacting with people. Perhaps hospitality is one path to an unforgettable journey.

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