My best advice to new online students is simple, get organised! Time management and prioritisation are crucial to completing online study units successfully. I'm completing a Bachelor of Communications in Journalism and PR online at Griffith University. At the same time,
I’ve been studying a Bachelor of Business online with Griffith University since 2018. I study part-time because I’m also a Paralympic athlete. Professional athletes have lots of obligations, from injury prevention to sponsorship commitments and everything in between, so
I'm a father of two, a professional cricketer with the Queensland Bulls and I’m doing a Bachelor of Commerce online through Griffith University. The good thing about online is that when I have the time, everything’s there. You can
Okay, so here’s the 911. You signed up to start this whole new thing called university, you picked your degree and daydreamed about your future career all summer long as you prepared yourself for this new journey. You’ve enrolled, your
Should I post this? Will I get likes or comments? Maybe I should wait, oh just do it! No, don’t do it! Aaargh. Posted. Now what? I closed my computer and walked away, still unsure as to what would happen next. To my surprise, I instantly received positive, encouraging responses.
When I first began studying online, I had no idea what I was in for. Now that I have completed my degree, I realise how much I have changed, learned and accomplished. My online study journey was not always easy though. Juggling studying online with life as
During high school, the teacher would be advancing the finer details of a George Orwell novel or Egyptian history and my mind would wander. Hours would go by before the school bell snapped me back into the classroom and I’d missed another lesson. Perhaps