They’re the first person you speak to when enquiring about an online course, and they play a critical role in guiding you through the enrolment and application process.
So, you’re an experienced project manager and you’ve been thinking about formalising that experience with a Masters for a while, but it just never seems to be the right time. You make enquiries between projects, and you’re keen to sign up, but another project lands on your desk and you know it’s going to be more 60-hour weeks.
Online study comes with a range of benefits that are truly student-centric; be it the flexibility of the course delivery, the convenience of accessing your coursework from anywhere at anytime, or the opportunity to tap into a global network of peers and academics by removing the confines of geographical locations.
One of the benefits of studying online with Southern Cross University is the amount of support you receive along the way. Once you enrol into your online postgraduate course with the assistance of a Student Enrolment Advisor, you will be put in touch with your own dedicated Student Success Advisor who offers on-going advice and guidance from a non-academic perspective.
There’s some debate at the moment around the value of completing a Masters in project management, as opposed to a shorter, lesser academic certification from an industry body. Like most decisions, valid arguments can be made for both sides of the coin.
Ever wondered what it’s like to study an MBA online? One of our most recent graduates, Paul Betts, has shed some light on his own experience – juggling work, family and other commitments including triathlon training, saying if he can do it, anyone can.
Have you ever thought of studying online? Or are you currently studying, but want to follow a different pathway for your future career success? Online learning with Southern Cross University can open a number of doors to help you get to where you want to be in your career.
Online education is a relatively new concept for many Australian students. For a long time, we have been constrained to the bricks and mortar tertiary institution; now there are options for postgraduate students to learn and further their careers—no matter their location or work commitments.
Online Master of Healthcare Leadership (MHL) student, Madeline Gilkes, shares her experience with Southern Cross so far and provides some tips for success to current and prospective students.
When you imagine where your career will be in 12 months’ time, are you still sitting at the same desk, doing the same job, day in day out? Or have you progressed up the career ladder? Have you built your skills to encompass globally sought-after knowledge and attributes that leaders require in order to make an impact?