Australia's Deakin University announces 30% In-Country Bursary. NEW DELHI: Deakin University, Australia, has announced a 'Deakin In-Country Bursary' of 30% for students enrolling for studies online in Trimester 3 commencing in November 2020, and Trimester 1 commencing in February 2021.
Deakin offers premium quality and continuity for those aspiring to an international education during the pandemic. Based on the latest advice from the Australian government, on-campus classes are expected to commence in July 2021. When announcing the Bursary, ProfessorIain Martin, Vice Chancellor of Deakin University, said, "The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the dreams and decisions of many Indian students who planned to study abroad this year. We understand the uncertainty, as well as the economic and safety concerns of students and parents.
Deakin University flags redundancies due to coronavirus, lashes Federal Government for casting 'international students adrift' - ABC News. Updated about 2 hours agoTue 21 Apr 2020, 9:38am The vice-chancellor of Deakin University has emailed staff saying the university expects to lose $250–$300 million by the end of next year because of the impacts of coronavirus travel restrictions and disruptions, with redundancies inevitable.
Key points: Vice-chancellor Iain Martin accused the Federal Government of choosing to "cast international students adrift"He said all tiers of government who had benefited in the "good times" from international students should be supporting them nowHe says the projected loss of income could reach 22 per cent by the end of 2021 In the lengthy email, Iain Martin was highly critical of the Federal Government's coronavirus relief package for the higher education sector, saying it would make "very little difference for Deakin" as the university would already meet the cap on domestic students. Deakin eSolutions. Key Resources - Advanced Search Health - LibGuides at Deakin University. Results key. About Deakin. Deakin University. Learning, Teaching & Skills - Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability.
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Winner: Sustainability Consortium for Learning StandardsBuilding national consensus for essential learning in tertiary sustainability education The key output form this project is a set of inspiring yet workable standards for tertiary sustainability education that articulate what constitutes essential learning for sustainability in tertiary education. The process of crafting the standards was highly collaborative and participatory, leading to a consensus amongst stakeholders in sustainability education about what knowledge, understanding and skills are essential for graduates from tertiary programs in sustainability.
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