Outstanding achievement in vocational education and training (VET) has been recognised, with 75 finalists from across Australia announced in the 2020 Australian Training Awards.
The museum has free entry and brings together the University of Sydney's collections of antiquities, natural history, historic photographs, cultural artefacts and art.
Seven titles have been shortlisted for the fourth annual award of the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation. The shortlist reflects the diversity of the record number of entries submitted to the prize in 2020.
Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) announces the winners of its 2020 Excellence Awards
CBIE is pleased to announce the 2020 Excellence Awards winners showcasing the innovators, leaders, connectors and emerging stars in our field.
Internationalisation in higher education is facing unprecedented challenges because of the global pandemic Covid-19.
The event will be hosted by Poets&Quants Editor-in-Chief, John A. Byrne, and bestselling MBA author and columnist for Forbes, BBC, and formerly Bloomberg and The Economist, Matt Symonds.
How critical should journalists be? Can the relationship between expert and journalist become too close? Should the expert always participate?
Mindshare, the global media agency under WPP and GroupM, the largest marketing communications network in APAC, has come to CityU to conduct a recruitment talk for their Internship Programme 2019 at the Digital Performance Team for their Hong Kong office.
The University Pathway Programme at GISMA is designed to prepare international students for independent academic study at a German-speaking university or ‘Studienkolleg’, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Leo Bensemann: Illustrator, Designer and Printer, showing from 2 - 23 October 2020.