University of Melbourne Magazine

When three of the world’s biggest high-tech companies expressed alarm that university graduates lacked the 21st century skills needed in the digital age, it triggered a revolution now affecting higher education and schools across the globe.

Michael Ingvarson has played the role of Benny in an ABBA tribute band, BABBA, for the past 22 years. He recalls how his musical journey began.

Grant Anderson had worked for decades as a corporate lawyer when he left his high-paying career for a decidedly less lucrative one – teaching.

A Melbourne education involves more than lectures and libraries. For arts student Maheshi Kapilaratna, one of the highlights of her degree is having a mentor.

A fresh generation of educators is being schooled in a different approach to the classroom. By Maxine McKew

Chris Weaver meets the woman who helps charities stick to the rules.

A world-first high-tech classroom launched at the University will help researchers to better understand how learning takes place in the brain and to improve teaching.