Graduates struggle to find work

Thirty per cent of young Australians are either unemployed or under-employed and unpaid internships are replacing entry-level jobs. Michael Hookey reports.

Back to basics of Bahasa

Enrolments in Bahasa Indonesia classes are at record low in Victoria. Brooke Grebert-Craig reports on why this language is so important.

Job training for school-aged refugees

A school-based apprenticeship at Werribee Plains Gardens is among the job training initiatives helping young refugees adapt to language, lifestyle and education challenges in Australia, writes Sylvia Kovacevic.

Is education foreign aid?

Academics say the Coalition’s boost to Australian awards is an inefficient use of scarce aid funds but universities think they teach students about Australian culture, writes Lucy Slade.