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.
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CQUni Career Connection is an online mentoring tool that connects students and alumni (graduates) for one-on-one career conversations, feedback, and advice.
More than 300 professional industry mentors are waiting to hear from you. Keep reading for our top reasons why you should connect with a mentor this Fast Mentoring Month…
Continue reading It’s Fast Mentoring Month! Fast track your career this August with alumni mentoring
If you could go back in time to when you started uni, what advice would you give yourself?
8 Weeks to Uni is a CQUniversity project, delivered online, which aims to help students transition to university – and we need your help.
We’re developing content for the 8 Weeks to Uni course and we want to hear the real, raw and honest truth about what you think a new student should know.
To get this feedback, Project lead Malcolm Burt will be touring a number of CQUni campuses in August and September to interview current students.
This is your chance to give back and help new students in their transition to university life. The touring schedule is:
- Mackay Ooralea campus – Monday, 12 August
- Townsville campus – Wednesday, 14 August
- Sydney campus – Monday, 19 August
- Melbourne campus – Tuesday, 20 August
- Perth Campus – Monday, 26 August
- Bundaberg campus – Monday, 9 September
Contact Malcolm at firstname.lastname@example.org and organise a time for a quick interview.
Interviews should take no more than 5 minutes of your time, and you’ll be contributing to research to improve the new student experience at CQUniversity.
Can’t make it to a campus? Interviews can also be arranged online by contacting Malcolm at email@example.com.
At CQUniversity, we’re dedicated to improving the student experience, and that extends to all our services, systems and applications – including our mobile app!
After an extensive student consultation process last year, we’ve made improvements based on your feedback. So everything you need to be a successful student is just one touch away.
Here are our top four reasons to download the CQUniMobile app…
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During the first weeks of term, we often realise just how busy life at university can be. It’s normal to find yourself asking questions like ‘where do I start?’, ‘what does this all mean?’ or ‘can I even do this?’. Lucky for all of us, there is lots of support available.
The Academic Learning Centre (ALC) has a number of ways to help you find your feet, and stay on top of your studies. Keep reading for our top reasons why you’ll love the ALC this term…
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It’s that time in the term when assessments are piling up and due dates are looming. Study is all about juggling and digging deep but it can get overwhelming if you have trouble with a task and can’t work through it on your own. Don’t stress! We have a range of services and resources for times like this.
Keep reading for our top picks for academic and study help.
Continue reading All the study help you need
My name is Phoebe Hanau and I am entering my second year of study towards my Bachelor of Education (Secondary) with my discipline subject areas in Home Economics and English. I am a full-time student studying online from my hometown, the Gold Coast.
During my final year of school in 2014, I knew I wanted to either pursue a career in teaching or fashion design. Not knowing exactly which pathway to choose, I decided to take a ‘gap year’ where I was fortunate to be able to work as a Home Economics Teacher Aide. This excellent opportunity provided the reassurance and inspiration to pursue a career in textiles teaching. This career combines my passion for fashion and desire to inspire the next generation of young designers. Continue reading Fashion and Teaching, My Dream Career