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China’s emergence as a 21st century superpower will change the way English is used internationally, according to language experts at the University of Melbourne.

Australia has been praised for its commitment to green education in a report presented in Copenhagen today (Friday 11 Dec).

The recruitment and retention of Indigenous medical students is vital to closing the Indigenous health gap, according to Foundation Chair in Indigenous Health at the University of Melbourne Professor Ian Anderson.

Most childhood memories are captured through family photos and retold through stories around the dinner table, but for thousands of young Australians who experienced institutionalised ‘care’, this part of their history has remained a mystery– until now.

Two leading education experts from the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education have been elected to presidencies of prestigious Australian Academies.

Children learn a range of skills through arguing, according to new research from the University of Melbourne.

Young people from rural and low socio-economic background continue to face high barriers to further and higher education.

Gen X and Gen Y share many of the same traits and, in many ways, aren’t as different as we may think.

How teenagers feel about school directly impacts how successful they are likely to be later in life, a new study has revealed. 

Indigenous mothers removed from their natural families during childhood are significantly more likely than other Indigenous mothers to be victims of violence according to a new report led by Dr Kyllie Cripps from the University of Melbourne’s School of Population Health.

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