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The prospect of studying at 43 seemed daunting. But Sarah's dream of becoming a police officer was greater than her worries of being “too old for university”.To make things more surreal, Sarah’s son is graduating alongside her.
The blossoming partnership with the world-leading Beijing University of Chinese Medicine was on display at April graduations as the first cohort of students who studied in Beijing received their testamurs.
When Phoebe Zhang first moved to Australia at 12-years-old, she never thought she would be using her Chinese heritage to supplement her law studies and future career. Now 23, Phoebe is graduating from Western Sydney University.
You don't need to be a professional astronomer to find new worlds orbiting distant stars. Darwin mechanic and amateur astronomer Andrew Grey this week helped to discover a new exoplanet system with at least four orbiting planets.
Grace Scott has been awarded the Chris Russell Medal of Excellence at the Sydney Royal Easter Show for her research into boosting the nutrition of crops.
Western Sydney University's Parramatta campus will be awash with colour as thousands of graduands don cap, gown and colourful hood and make the transition from dedicated student to proud University alumni, as part of April graduation.