It’s important to look after yourself and make sure to look out for your mates. We asked CQUni graduates how they are finding comfort during this ‘new normal’. CQUni offer a number of support services to assist in study and developing healthy coping strategies during this time.Continue reading What I find comfort in during the current social distancing
Luke Sondergeld has embraced his role in the health industry since his graduation from the Diploma of Enrolled Nursing in 2017. Luke was a dedicated nursing student at the Rockhampton Campus, as a member of the Student Representative Council and the Student Participation and Retention Committee.Continue reading My experience staying connected with family and friends
Did you know CQUni has an online mentoring tool which connects students and alumni (graduates) for one-on-one career conversations?
There are 300 alumni mentors on CQUni Career Connection volunteering their time to mentor students and share career advice.
Because of our global footprint, mentoring sessions are held online – this means you can connect with a mentor no matter your (or their) location.Continue reading Take advantage of our online mentoring platform
In a time of crisis, it can take just one extra stressor to derail someone’s studies – but donor-funded scholarships and emergency bursaries are helping CQUni students stay on track.Continue reading Student support in a time of crisis
Michelle Monaghan graduated from CQUniversity in 2014 with a Graduate Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety. As a Safety and Training Consultant, Michelle has regularly worked from home for the last 10 years. She gives us her advice to stay motivated and productive while transitioning to working from home.Continue reading Working from home – advice from an expert
From Professor Nick Klomp, CQUniversity Vice-Chancellor and President, and Anna Bounds, Higher Education and Organisational Development Consultant.Continue reading An important message to Australia’s university graduates of 2020
Distractions are everywhere. Studying while social distancing brings with it the unlimited access to Netflix, YouTube, Facebook and a myriad of other distractions. We asked our participants in this year’s 30 Minutes a Month program for some advice on how to avoid the distractions while we study.Continue reading Studying with distractions – how to avoid them
Ever wondered what a daily routine is like for a primary school teacher? Melanie Hull completed her Bachelor of Learning Management (Primary Education) in 2015 and takes us through her typical day as a year 5 teacher.
Interested in pursuing a career in primary education? Read more about our Bachelor of Education (Primary).
“Every day for every teacher is totally different but here is a snippet of my day….”Continue reading A Day in the life of a Year 5 Teacher
Marie Le Lagadec completed her Bachelor of Nursing in 2014. Now working as a Registered Nurse, she takes us through her daily activities. Marie says it’s important to go into nursing with your eyes open and a willingness to learn from your colleagues, even if they are much younger than you.Continue reading A day in the life of a Registered Nurse
CQUni graduate and current student Kris Homann has a look back on his past as a first-year student to discuss the things he wished he knew before he started his university journey.
Kris completed a Diploma of Work Health and Safety in 2016 as well as a Bachelor of Accident Forensics in 2017. Kris is currently undertaking a Master of Advanced Safety Science Practice at CQUniversity.Continue reading A letter to my first-year self