The outcomes of the IET Partnership Fund 2017-18 Round 2 have been released. Thirteen new projects have been funded in this round and many of them have a focus on enhancing the student experience. Eight of these were under the new ‘microgrant’ category. The IET Partnership Fund is first and foremost an opportunity for stakeholders across the state to make …
The IET Partnership Fund 2017–2018 Round 2 is now open for applications. Expressions of interest can be lodged online via the IET Partnership Fund website until 28 March 2018. For projects with eligible costs less than $10,000 a new microgrant stream is also available. To learn more about the fund and eligibility requirements, please download the latest IET Partnership Fund …
The Cairns Student Hub will provide a wide range of services, including accommodation and employment advice, and programs to help students connect to the Cairns community.
Leaders and decision-makers from Indonesia’s growing vocational education and training (VET) sector gathered to learn from Queensland VET experts during a recent two-day conference in Jakarta.
The new Gold Coast Student Hub will provide international students with services and support to make sure they have the best experience possible while studying in Queensland.
Metals and minerals account for a large percentage of Ecuador’s, Peru’s, and Colombia’s exports, and contribute significantly to the regions GDP. Industry, governments and training institutions have indicated it is vital to the growth of this industry to have a skilled and educated workforce.
Indonesia has a relatively high supply of university educated graduates but there is a serious shortfall of workers with technical and professional skills. Increasing the supply of technical and professional skills is crucial for productivity and economic growth.
The St Patrick’s College Townsville Aquaculture Initiative will build on efforts by the industry to attract the best international students to Townsville by providing quality programs and lifestyle options, and pathways for employment both in Queensland and overseas.
Queensland is a proven sports destination, and its tertiary institutions are leaders in education and research in high-performance sport. The Sports State Queensland project will give students the chance to participate in real-life sporting events as part of their training.
China remains one of Queensland’s largest International education markets. Although performance in global university rankings is still a key factor in attracting students from China, teaching quality indicators are becoming increasingly important to the decision about where to study.