Interest in undertaking tertiary studies remains high' with CQUniversity registering many enquiries at the Emerald Ag-Grow Field Days recently.
CQUniversity returned to Ag-Grow after the event was cancelled last year' due to COVID-19.
CQUniversity Associate Vice President Rockhampton and Central Highlands Regions Kim Harrington said with approximately 10'000 visitors attending the three-day event' Ag-Grow offered a wonderful opportunity for CQUniversity to showcase its activities.
"We had many people stop at our site to enquire about our courses' with questions ranging from agriculture to childcare to trades'"
"Some of our Bachelor of Agriculture students were on hand to share their experiences as a CQUniversity student – their stories provided invaluable insight.
"We have been supporting the Ag-Grow Field Days for several years now and we look forward to future events. It's not only an opportunity to help people with their enquiries' but it offers us the chance to speak with other exhibitors' such as schools and potential employers of our graduates' who may be interested in what we have to offer.
"Thanks goes to everyone who stopped for a chat!"