2019 Alumni Insights Report: Highlighting our Amazing Alumni

It’s that time of year where we celebrate the achievements of our alumni through our Alumni Insights Report for 2019. We lay out their awesome work here.

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Taking Control: Equipping Yourself for What Comes Next

When faced with a crisis, people respond in a couple ways. AIB graduate Kane Ryan chose to act when faced with his own crisis. Check out his story here.

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The Digital Education Experience: What to Expect when Learning Online

What does great education look like online? And what benefits are there to learning online that you don’t get face-to-face? We lay them all out here.

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How You Can Improve Your Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking is integral to decision making and finding solutions. We break it down for you below.

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The life beyond ATAR

Your ATAR isn’t a life sentence! We see lots of our students and staff achieve great educational milestones later in their careers. Explore them here.

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I Don’t Want to Be a Manager. What Should I Do?

For some, a management career is the ultimate goal. But reaching management and beyond isn’t for everyone, and it’s not the only way to build a successful, fulfilling career.

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How to Turn Failure into a Learning Opportunity

Once the initial shock off failure wears off, there are things you can do that will help turn the situation into learning opportunity, hopefully helping you to emerge stronger and more experienced than before.

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Where are the Management Jobs of the Future?

If you’re planning for a management career, contemplating a career change or considering enrolling in a postgraduate course like an online MBA, it’s worth drilling down into the data from the Australian Government’s Industry Employment Projections Report.

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Why It’s Important To Be Challenged By Your Work

When you take on roles and responsibilities that force you to try new things and learn new skills, your career will benefit long-term.

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