A RECENT study revealed intense competition in the job market, a lack of permanent residency as well as “soft skills” impede international students’ ability to find a job post-graduation in Australia. Darren Boon reports.
MONASH University and the University of Sydney leapfrog ahead of institutions in the US and Europe in the 2014-15 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In addition, a significant proportion of universities in this year’s top 100 are from Asia. Darren Boon reports.
WHILE free tram travel within the city from 2015 may be welcome news for international students, understanding how it works may be a little tricky. Darren Boon reports.
MELBOURNE cafe, Manchester Press, is one of the city’s beloved hot spots and a fine example of Melbourne’s coffee culture at work. Darren Boon and Diane Leow spoke to the cafe’s staff to get an inside look at the daily grind of this Melbourne institution.
EIGHT Australian universities made it into the top 100 list of the latest QS World University Rankings, with Australian National University in the lead. Darren Boon reports.
INTERNATIONAL students will be able to shop around for fresh produce at the new Carlton Farmers’ Market opening in October. Darren Boon has the details.
SOUNDSEKERTA returns for another year of Indonesian cultural pride and invites students to participate in their various competitions to remind Indonesian students of their heritage. Darren Boon fills you in on what organisers have in store this 2014.
BACK for a fifth year at ACMI, the Korean Film Festival in Australia brings 20 feature films to local audiences. Darren Boon spoke to Artistic Director, David Park, about this year’s installment of the festival.
FOUR Australian universities are amongst the world’s top 100 universities according to Shanghai Jiaotong University’s 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities. Darren Boon reports.
IF you travel without a valid ticket on a tram, train, or bus, you could be issued an on-the-spot penalty fare of $75 or pay a heftier fine later. Darren Boon reports.
THE University of Melbourne proves its popularity with the highest number of international students studying on campus in Australia. Darren Boon reports.
South Korean boyband B1A4 are headed for Melbourne and Sydney as part of their Road Trip tour. Darren Boon has