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Thanks to those unions who wrote to London Metropolitan University’s Vice Chancellor as part of the campaign to save the university. London Metropolitan was hit by a massive clawback of funding after it was revealed that returns of student completion rates [...]
Thanks to the CAUT for posting the news that Melbourne University has decided to stop funding the U21 Joint Venture. This comes on the back of another poor year for the struggling enterprise. Back in October, the Times Higher Education Magazine reported on UCU’s concerns about Universities investing in the [...]
Universitas 21, the international consortium of universities that launched a for-profit on-line program in 2001, is reassessing its future after another institution has left.
This week, the University of Melbourne announced it would stop funding the troubled U21 Global virtual operation after yet another year of lackluster performance.
In response, Universitas 21 announced it was [...]
The Chinese government has taken the unusual step of issuing a public warning for students to stay away from private colleges in Australia.
According to The Australian, the Chinese Ministry of Education says Australia’s private colleges, even if they are properly accredited by local authorities, are “unstable and risky.”
“Students should be cautious and not [...]