Seek’s OES deal raises eyebrows by Angela Hawksford in Recruitment 27 Mar 2017 A recent deal that saw Swinburne University sell 30 percent of its stake in Online Education Services (OES) to the recruitment platform Seek has raised questions about a potential conflict of interest, and the way bachelor degrees are funded with public money. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. Share Graham GoldsmithOnline Education ServicesseekSwinburne OnlineSwinburne University Angela Hawksford Angela is a writer and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. She has extensive knowledge of the Australian real estate industry, having started her career in real estate advertising at News Limited newspapers, where she worked across a number of different mastheads in Sydney. She s also worked in television, magazines and online, and regularly contributes feature articles to The Sydney Morning Herald, MiNDFOOD and The Newcastle Herald. Angela also works as a content writer, creating written content for a number of SMEs across an array of industries, including real estate, education, technology and digital media.