All those hours binge-watching might actually have a use (beyond expanding your waistline) as Harvard is now offering an education in Game of Thrones. Yes, really.
For the longest time, a university degree was the prerequisite for any sort of meaningful career in the digital sphere. However, I feel we’re moving past that school of thought.
Having endured the shock of losing my career and registering with Centrelink, I decided to chart the first steps of my experience.
Despite their aims, the 250 million dollars Australian Universities have spent on rebranding will only seek to trade mortarboards for buzzwords.
The highly educated Ingeborg van Teeseling pushes for a return to amateurism, explaining how a degree is just a piece of paper.
TBS Editor Mathew Mackie offers a political view on an area of his expertise, unemployment, and his experience with Work for the Dole.
With Anders Breivik now enrolled at Olso University, we discuss the five reasons why’d he’d be a quality ring-in for a group assignment.
Often finding herself stranded on the Island of Conclusions, Polly Chester offers her thoughts on how to snap out of it.
Like many uni students converging on campuses for another year, Cindy Hoang won’t sacrifice her dreams for big end of town wages but wonders if this attitude is creating a new class of “privileged poor”?
Lauren Ford takes us through her passion and happiness in higher education, at a time when an arts degree is considered useless.