Research: curriculum and social derailment; nearly half of university degrees in Australia will be eliminated.

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 Research: curriculum and social derailment; nearly half of university degrees in Australia will be eliminated.


The article is abstracted as follows: A survey of more than 50 university leaders, policymakers and more than 3000 students and employers has been reported by an internationally renowned audit service company, which has been published as the future of the University. The report points out that unless there is a thorough reform, nearly half of the university degrees in Australia will face serious risk of elimination in the next 10 years. The main university mode in Australia is facing the risk of losing value, which will lead to more debt and employment prospects for college students. According to the report, most scholars, teachers and employers believe that many undergraduate courses will be eliminated unless comprehensive reforms are available to make the curriculum more responsive to the nature of rapid changes in the industry and the employment market. It is reported that about 42% of past and new graduates believe that their degree needs to be thoroughly reformed. Only 36% of the students who studied humanities, culture and Social Sciences, and 41% of those who studied science and mathematics believed that their degree and work were related. In addition, 50% of employers reflect that management and business degrees in Colleges and universities do not have real value, so the report calls for colleges to work more closely with the industry in creating curriculum content so that college students can have better employment preparation. CatherineFriday, the companys director of Oceanias education, says that Australian universities face threats from changes in learner preferences, new competition patterns and international competition. It is necessary to take action from now on the value chain of higher education, to provide a new education model, to ensure that the curriculum can meet the social and economic conditions. It is necessary to make change. Fred believes that the good or bad educational policies of the past 40 years have formed the current status of the education industry, and the current policy will affect the state of the education sector as of 2030. Therefore, policymakers need to act to encourage universities to establish more effective education models on existing strengths. Source: China News Network Editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526