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Study online or on campus: 5 questions to help you choose

There are pros and cons for online and on campus study, so take stock of your lifestyle to decide which option suits you best (or even, whether you should consider a combination).

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Year 12 survival tips: Learn the uni lingo

Heading to university is a big change from high school, and it comes with a lot of words you won’t hear anywhere else. We’re here to explain some of the most important uni terms you should know, from A(TAR) to Z.

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Year 12 survival tips: Optimise your study space

We put so much time and energy into studying during Year 12, so let’s get the most out of it! Maximise your productivity by adjusting how and where you get it all done. Follow these tips on how to create the ultimate study space to set yourself up for success.

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My 'Aha!' moment: Why I decided to apply to uni

It can take months – or years – to decide whether to study at university, especially if life is busy with work, socialising and family commitments. Hear from these five students on what motivated them to take the final step and start studying.

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8 real-life, practical tips for making online study work

From finding time to finding your tribe, seven online students at CDU share their insider tips on to make online degree work for your life and goals. 

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How COVID-19 is affecting nurses' professional development

For nurses on the frontline, COVID-19 has meant a huge shift in healthcare practice and patient care. So, how will these changes affect professional development for nurses?

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How you can change careers entirely in just 2 years

Already hold an undergraduate degree? You may be able to change careers faster than you think. And you'll open up opportunities to work in some of today's most in-demand jobs.

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How to move into nursing management

Feel like you’ve earned your nursing stripes? Ready to take on new challenges at work? Had enough of night shifts? Moving into a nurse manager role may be your calling.

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How to budget for study

It can be hard to imagine how it would be possible to start or return to study on a reduced income, with bills to pay and perhaps a family to consider. But with a little bit of planning and a realistic assessment of your budget, you may find that your new world is closer than you thought.   

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Why an Arts degree is worth studying

Is an arts degree worth it? It’s a question you might be asking yourself as the Australian Government proposes to re-direct funding from Arts degrees to degrees in health, education, science and technology. It absolutely is, says Dean Ruth Wallace. 

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