Hello, my name is Krishna Sen, I am from a small town in Nepal called Chitwan and am currently studying a Master of Human Resource Management at CQUni Sydney campus.
I left home at the age of 15 for Pune, India after schooling for my higher study. I graduated from one of the renowned universities of India, Savitribai Phule Pune University and it was tough for me to decide what to do next. I wanted to do a masters degree but was confused from where.
Then I thought of Australia — one of the most popular destinations for international student and not once have I ever regretted my decision.
Continue reading From Nepal to Sydney – how CQUniversity became my second home
Hello, my name is Niraj Thapa Magar, I come from Nepal and I am studying a Master of Management for Engineers at CQUni Sydney.
I still remember those days when my parents used to be unhappy with me because I couldn’t get into any government jobs after my undergrad studies. For them, I should have a stable job, a stable source of income and a house before 30 — but, it’s so funny to say that I am nearing my 30s and I have none of these.
But, I am proud that my parents have always been supportive of my decisions. I wouldn’t be here in Australia without their support. In my 25 years, I have never been abroad before so studying in Australia has been one of the most exciting journeys of my life.
Continue reading From Nepal to Sydney – Keep Learning, Keep Sharing
My name is Aimee Mason, and I’m currently studying the Master of Clinical Chiropractic at CQUniversity Sydney.
Often when I let people know that I study Chiropractic (affectionately known as ‘Chiro’), I either get a big high five or a very blank look.
With many contemplating life after high school or their next career move, I felt I would do my best to address the three crucial WHY’S:
- WHY Chiropractic?
- WHY CQUniversity?
- WHY does it work for me?
Continue reading My triple Why’s
Hi there, my name is Chloe and I started the Bachelor of Echocardiography (Cardiac Physiology)/ Graduate Diploma of Echocardiography at the beginning of 2016. At 27 years old I had worked for the better part of 10 years in both retail and aged care/ disability roles. Although I enjoyed caring for people, I decided that I needed a change and wanted more from my career. Continue reading Sights set on a rewarding career
In the lead-up to the Sydney Information Session (Wednesday, 7 September) and Melbourne Information Session (Thursday, 8 September), we chat to current #CQUniMEL student, Ashley Van Stigt and #CQUniSYD student, Ayan Awad.
Continue reading Diversity at CQUniversity Melbourne and Sydney