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How the UIA has increased low income graduates by 29% (year on year)

In Australia, fewer than fifty percent of low incomes graduates complete their Higher Education (HE) degrees on time; and in the USA fewer than fifty percent complete them at all. This significant, global problem, costs governments tens of billions each year in wasted Pell grants; perpetuates cycles of poverty; and leaves countries around the world…

24 Jul 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

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Higher Education for a cosmopolitan age of smart machines: the NYU experiment

The nature of work is changing. Algorithms are replacing intuition, the highest paid person’s opinion needs to be grounded in data, and digital decision-makers are outperforming real humans in an increasing number of sectors in the business world. What’s more, all of this is happening against a changing global backdrop. Neo-nationalism is competing with cosmopolitanism,…

3 Jul 2018, by Amy Sarcevic