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Study online now, on campus when borders open

CQUniversity has shifted to temporary online learning, but there is no reason to pause your life or delay your career aspirations. Start studying online now, and transition to campus when the Australian borders open.

Study online now, on campus when borders open

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While the challenges of COVID-19 called for a necessary and temporary transition to online learning, CQUniversity continues to deliver our teaching and learning to the highest standard. Our reputation as a leader in online delivery backed by our decades of experience, means your online study will be just as engaging, creative and informative. It may take time to adjust to this ‘new normal’, but there is no reason to pause your life or delay your career aspirations. The world keeps going and so should you. Start studying online now and then transition to campus when the Australian borders open. There are many benefits of studying online, let’s explore these further. Learn from the comfort of your own home, fit study around your lifestyle, and access learning materials anytime as everything is stored online and available 24/7. Improve your digital literacy skills to keep pace with new and changing digital tools, trends and technologies. Your online study experience demonstrates your self-discipline, commitment, resilience and adaptability. These are characteristics employers want, especially in these times of changing work environments. Studying online saves travelling time and costs and these reduce your overall expenses. Equally important, it allows you to spend that additional time at home to focus fully on your studies, and perhaps even pursue new interests. Take charge of your future. And take advantage of what we have to offer: affordable fees, generous scholarships, real-world internships, and a dedicated support system to help you every step of the way. You will emerge as stronger individuals: qualified, workforce equipped and ready to take your career forward. Study online now and then on campus when borders open.