5 questions you must ask a uni before starting an online degree
A lot has changed lately. Online degrees have long been the norm for CDU, but for many Australians, the idea of studying online from home is part of the ‘new COVID-19 normal’. But, not all online learning is created equal.
When Adele left her home in Italy to travel around Australia for six months, she had no idea that the opportunities on offer would see her still here six years later about to graduate with a law degree from CDU.
Faced with more clinical unknowns at work, registered nurse Robyn decided the time was right to return to uni and do a postgraduate nursing course. Thanks to the flexibility of online study, she’s been able to finish it in just 12 weeks.
Bisal's family connections to healthcare meant he was destined for a career in health. Now a pharmacist, Bisal is advancing his skill set with a degree in public health to help bring change to his hometown in Nepal.
If you're finishing your studies in psychology at CDU, now's the time to be thinking about how you'll apply what you've learned to propel your career forward. Here, Dr Simon Moss from CDU, shares his advice on how to be a great therapist.
When Debra Hutcheson started her career at entry level with the Northern Territory Government, she knew she wanted to achieve more. Studying at CDU was just the thing she needed to make an impression and rise up the ranks.
Competition in the job-market for uni graduates can be fierce, but luckily, there are lots of things you can do to get ahead. We consulted some of the expert minds from the CDU HR team to find out what practical steps students can take to snag their dream job after uni.
It’s not the norm for research projects to observe outcomes improved by 50 per cent. In fact, it’s quite unusual. But this is what CDU’s Indigenous Birthing in an Urban Setting (IBUS) research project has found. The results send a strong signal that the preterm birth gap can be reduced.
Early childhood is a crucial stage of a human being’s development. It impacts the rest of their life and, by extension, society. But sadly, this can be a very difficult stage for many Indigenous children in remote Australia. Dr Gary Robinson is working with agencies who are trying to change that.
One-in-three women experience severe back pain during labour and birth. And now, a safe, simple and effective treatment to ease the pain is here, thanks research from Professor Sue Kildea at CDU and Dr Nigel Lee from The University Queensland.