30 Minutes a Month participant Talia Fiyen completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science in 2019 and shares her top tips for studying online as someone who has been there before.Continue reading Bite-sized online study – my tips
As we continue to adjust to world changes, news updates and emotional and physical boundaries, our study life is becoming the last thing to receive our attention. Here I want to pass on my top tips for studying online.
Before I get started, I want you all to know a little bit about me. My name is Nikki Sweet and I am a mother of four young children, my partner and I both work full-time 12-hour shift work (whereby our shifts are worked in a way so that one of us is always home with the children – albeit sleep-deprived but present). I have previously completed a Diploma of Health Science, Certificate IV in Business, and a workplace-specific certificate III and IV in communications.Continue reading My top tips for studying online
Hello, my name is Elizabet and I am studying in Mackay. I was born in Hungary, Central Europe and have lived there my whole life. Hungary is small and not a really rich country, but I am proud of my Hungarian heritage.
I was living in a beautiful middle-sized city with gorgeous buildings and bubbly city life. It was just like those cosy little European cities that you can see in the movies. All my family lived in the same town and we had a great connection.
My schooling and education have always been centered around English language and the arts. I have studied lots of subjects in English and also tried out several artistic and creative activities – from all the existing dance genres through to visual arts and drama. I loved all of it. The world of arts was my little hideaway from the world.Continue reading Elizabet’s life on stage and making dreams a reality
CQUniversity is committed to providing a positive and rewarding student experience. Now, more than ever, we’re proud to be able to provide the services and support you’ve come to expect as a CQUni student. This is in part thanks to funding from the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).
If you’re wondering what the SSAF is, and how it’s benefiting you as you study online, let us explain in a little more detail – you might even be surprised by what’s available thanks to SSAF funds.Continue reading SSAF supports online service delivery
Hello, my name is Orville D’Silva, but most people call me Shane. Ever since I was introduced to coding back in my high school days, I always had a keen interest in web and mobile programming. Thus, I chose to pursue a degree in the Master of Information Technology majoring in Mobile Application Development.
The course contains a lot of essential units you would need as a future web / mobile app developer. Some of these are Responsive Web Design, Database Design, Information Systems, Project Management, Mobile App Development and many more interesting units.
If web dev or mobile app dev isn’t your forte, you have the choice to specialise in Software Design and Development or Network and Information Security and choose electives from a long list of cool units.Continue reading My internship during COVID-19
Online delivery isn’t the norm for English language teaching with onshore CQUEnglish language students usually studying 20 hours per week in a face-to-face environment. However, CQUEnglish has risen to the challenge of transitioning courses online after 3 weeks of intensive preparation.Continue reading CQUEnglish rises to the challenge of online learning and teaching
At CQUniversity, we know that an exceptional online experience extends to life outside of lectures. As we all do our part to flatten the COVID-19 curve, free virtual drop-ins, catch-ups, and workshops are being held each day.
The Student Counselling team is hosting drop-in sessions, workshops, and a webinar for Uni Mental Health Day. Keep reading to find out more…Continue reading Student Counselling Ask Us drop-ins, UMHD webinar and Stay Well workshops
These are challenging and unusual times. The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic and all the disruptions it is causing may have you questioning how you will juggle your studies in Term 1 2020.
Let us assure you that teaching teams are very aware of the uncertainty and difficulties that many of our students are currently facing.
While Census date for Term 1 2020 has not changed, you should know that the case-by-case decisions we make every term about matters like assessment extensions will take into account the wide-reaching effects of COVID-19.
Keep reading to find out how our teaching teams will offer support and flexibility this term…Continue reading Teaching teams offer support and flexibility during COVID-19
Studying online is an exciting opportunity and we want to ensure you are familiar with the systems CQUniversity uses to allow you to study smoothly.
The key online Learning Management System used at CQUniversity is Moodle. Within Moodle, you will be able to find content related to your units such as the unit profile, study guide, assessments, tutorial questions and much more!
Keep reading to view the ins and outs of navigating Moodle.Continue reading Moodle for Beginners
CQUniversity is one of Australia’s largest online study providers, with 40 years’ experience delivering distance education. COVID-19 may be unprecedented but we’ve been providing online learning and online services for so long that we’re an industry leader.
As we all adapt and work through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, you should know that we are here to minimise disruption and deliver all of the services you’ve come to expect as a CQUni student. In other words, we’re still here – we’re just talking to you differently!
While you are studying online, you can benefit from expert advice and enhance your student experience thanks to these services…Continue reading Expert advice is just a click away