Hear from some amazing women from around the world who now call Darwin home. This recent Darwin Community Arts project showcases five stories of inspiring and courageous women who migrated to Australia, studied at Charles Darwin University and established their lives and careers in the Northern Territory. The project was initiated by Creative Producer Silpi Dhungana Pant and filmed by her husband, Nitesh Raj Pant, who is currently studying Tourism at CDU. Within two days of publishing on social media, it reached more than 10,000 views globally. 'My Story' is the video documentary based on the life story of courageous, independent and inspiring women of our community here in Northern Territory.
Student spotlight: Danielle Armstrong - Bachelor of Nursing (2016)
Sam Keitaanpaa didn’t always plan to go to university. After Year 12, he travelled to the UK to work for a year, before returning home to Australia to work in retail. It was then that Sam realised that a career in healthcare was what he really wanted to pursue.
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.
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.
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...
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.
Did you know that you could complete some of your studies overseas? And that there are scholarships and grants available for this purpose? No? Yes? Either way read on to find out more about this great opportunity. Lara Whitehouse is currently studying a Bachelor of Secondary Teaching, Humanities and Social Sciences majoring in Bahasa Indonesia and English Literature. She has a passion for the Bahasa language and wants to follow her goal of teaching in an international school, hopefully in Indonesia. Lara Whitehouse shares her story about studying overseas and the positive impact the experience had on her studies and personal life.
Sam Gleadhill is the guy you want to know if you are keen to get the most out of your exercise routine. He knows what he is talking about. He is a certified weightlifting and strength and conditioning coach, has completed his Certificate III and IV in fitness and also has a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science degree under his belt.
Nam Thien Tang is currently studying a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences with CDU. Hear his tips on studying and his plans for the future.
Felex Oryema completed our Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) in order to gain the skills to succeed at university after moving from Uganda. We asked him about his experience studying TEP, VET and Higher Education with CDU.
Meet Calista Hudson who graduated with a Certificate III and IV in Fitness from CDU. Hear about her experience studying on campus at Casuarina and how she contributes back to CDU through the Alumni network.
Wondering if it’s possible to balance study and family?
Irene is a CDU student, who once thought going to uni wasn't on the cards.