A look at what happens when a pandemic hits an industry that's become utterly dependent on foreign money.
We know you want to get rid of your debt, but do you ever wonder why you have it in the first place?
Changes will take effect from the new financial year—Sunday!
New Zealand is finally closing the loophole that allows Aussies to study there as locals.
The new threshold of $42,000 means you'll probably start paying as soon as you start working—even at a part time retail job.
Fees will increase and the HECS repayment threshold will decrease.
So you're on the end of O Week. You're feeling pumped, you're feeling ready. Now hold onto that feeling tight as you can.
We asked the editors from university publications around Australia for their thoughts and fears.
Australians know that when Tony Abbott says something, he means it, unless it’s about taxes or welfare or refugees or education or health.
This week Australia's prime minister threw watery beer on his education minister Chris Pyne's suggestion that unpaid student loan debt should be covered by your estate after you die. And we know when Tony Abbott says something, he means it, unless it’s...