In support of International Women's Day, we asked thought-leaders to share how they plan to #BeBoldForChange.
Not sure where to start? Not in the mood? Can’t find the right pen? It’s easy to find a million excuses not to study – but getting it done, or even just getting started, feels much better.
Kelsey Armstrong - Bachelor of Education (Primary Teaching)
We caught up with Rebekah and Liezl during O-Week to hear how they plan to create positive change with their university degrees.
CDU student Nathaniel shares why you don't always need to have perfect plans before you start, you just need to start.
You’ve received your offer to study with CDU: Congratulations on taking the next step to shape a better future. So what’s next? Before you hit the books you will need to set yourself up as a student and enrol in the units you want to study. Have your student ID ready (you received this with your offer) and set aside some time to go through these important steps.
We caught up with Sarah during O-Week just one hour before her exam for a Summer Semester course! She’s been focused on her growing family over the last four years and has decided that now is the right time to pursue her passion by starting her first degree.
We caught up with Lily during O-Week to hear her plans and motivations for uni as a high school leaver.
Bright minds need the right nourishment to learn effectively, maintain concentration, enhance memory and power through marathon study sessions. And starting the day with a healthy, nutritious breakfast can help keep your energy levels up for everything else you do through the day - working, taking care of your family, volunteering, spending time with friends...
Daniel had a career in banking, but after eight years he realised that it wasn't the career for him. He shares how he decided to put passion ahead of profession and instead study his hobby.
Samuel Keitaanpaa has spent the last few years studying pharmacy, but hasn’t waited until completing his studies to start creating positive change and making plans to shape a better future for healthcare in the Northern Territory. Here's his story...
You’ve just started the new semester, textbooks in tow. It’s now time to #GetOrganised to prep yourself for a productive few months!
Certificate, Diploma, Bachelors, Honours, Masters… errrrm?
The option to study and work has many benefits but it also comes with challenges. Equip yourself to navigate the tough times to successfully reach your goals.
Music is a brilliant source for motivation! It can help to elevate your mood and reduce perceived effort. We've compiled some study playlists to help get you in the groove of studying.
Caitlin Marshall studied Law online with CDU, graduating with First Class Honours. After trying her hand at a few other different degrees, she was compelled to chase her dream in Law.
Have you heard of Food Literacy? It's a buzz word making the rounds in the health community.
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