This week marks the start of the 2015 school year, with more than 1.1 million students across NSW returning to the classroom. For parents, it’s no longer a matter of buying shoes, uniforms, hats, books, lunch-boxes, pens and pencils –...
Uni4You is helping community members with a desire to go to university to achieve their goal.
Girls’ Choices Summer School was the first and will be the last university experience for Bachelor of Science student, Sarah Pilgrim.
A new and free online course will be launched next February to help commencing students of all ages develop crucial academic skills like reading, writing and accessing information.
Hosted by UON's School of Education, the High School Debate Cup at our Central Coast campus celebrates 10 years of ideas, rebuttals and contesting the hot topics of the day.
This year’s University of Newcastle WIL Student and Staff of the Year Awards highlighted some exceptional Work-Integrated Learning activities.
Taking place in Wollongong on 12 February, 2015 – this forum is presented by the University of Wollongong in conjunction with the University of Newcastle and Open Universities Australia.
Professor Geoff Whitty will be presenting the New Professors Talk on 29 October, titled 'Getting into uni: Who you know, what you know or knowing the ropes?' We catch up with him this week on Engage.
UON's Language Centre has received national recognition for an innovative approach to teaching English to international students.
The Smith Family are looking for mentors to support student's transition from tertiary studies to work.