Grades too low? Try science

January 5, 2007

Australian Science and Education Minister Julie Bishop’s new year’s resolution is to get more people to study science at university. She is determined to increase demand for science degrees in a bid to reverse a situation in which students who want to study courses in Chinese medicine, fashion design or sports management need higher grades to get a place than those who want to study for a science degree because demand is higher.

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