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A photo of hundreds of graduates at the University of Divinity March 2018 ceremony, taken from above looking down, from the balcony of St Michael's Uniting church
Graduates of the University of Divinity March 2018. Photo by Bassem Morgan.

Student experience a selling point as uni doors open wider

An article by Melissa Chan, published in The Australian on 20 November 2018.

“With a graduate satisfaction score of 92 per cent, the University of Divinity again finished top of the table. Its collegiate structure means degrees are taught through a number of independent colleges, mostly based in Sydney or Melbourne. Small and intimate cohorts combined with passionate academic staff are likely factors driving their exceptional results.”

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