UniSA signs MoU with Vietnam’s Hue University of Sciences22 Apr 2015 Skills
Exciting new opportunities and collaborations for urban and regional planning students will result from a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the University of South Australia and the Hue University of Sciences in Vietnam.
Scholarships for Vietnamese students will help strengthen ties21 Apr 2015 Skills
South Australia’s higher educational ties with Vietnam will be strengthened with the provision of four scholarships, to be offered to Vietnamese students to study at the State’s universities.
SA business leading education and development in Vietnam19 Apr 2015 Skills
A South Australian Government-owned company is a driving force behind education and development programs that are building stronger communities and improving the skills of people in South East Asia.
Vietnam key to boosting international student numbers16 Apr 2015 Skills
Attracting Vietnamese students to study in Adelaide will be the focus of a State Government higher education mission to Vietnam over the next week.
SA’s headline unemployment rate drops to 6.4 per cent16 Apr 2015 Skills
South Australia’s headline unemployment rate for March fell to 6.4 per cent, according to new Labour Force figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The headline unemployment rate decreased 0.4 of a percentage point from 6.
Strategy review to refine state’s trade and engagement with India16 Apr 2015 Investment
Around 60 South Australian business and industry representatives will head to India in August, as part of a major outbound mission building on links forged at the India - South Australia Business Forum during the recent Cricket World Cup.
Upgraded arts centres a cultural hub for APY Lands15 Apr 2015 Aboriginal affairs
State Government support to upgrade arts facilities in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands is helping develop the next generation of Aboriginal artists.
Shandong visitors learn from South Australian educational expertise14 Apr 2015 Skills
The Chairman of the Shandong Province People’s Congress and senior educators from some of Shandong’s major universities will return to China later this week with increased understanding of how South Australia can support their province&rs
SA-made crushing technology given funding boost14 Apr 2015 Resources
South Australian-made technology designed to make minerals processing cheaper and more productive is the latest innovation to receive funding through the Mining and Petroleum Services Centre of Excellence.
Certainty for SA’s remote Aboriginal communities13 Apr 2015 Aboriginal affairs
The State Government has welcomed an agreement with the Commonwealth which delivers funding certainty for South Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities.