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From Design to Reality

From Design to Reality

Posted by Laura Burnett | July 25th 2016

Effort equals reward. It's a logical balance that suggests with hard work comes success. While things are never as simplistic as they commonly indicate, the notion still holds. For Chris ...more

Is postgraduate study possible without a Bachelor’s degree?

Is postgraduate study possible without a Bachelor’s degree? Posted by Laura Burnett | June 23rd 2016

Undertaking postgraduate study will develop your professional skills and help transform you into a proficient leader within your field. However, the question remains: what do you need to ... more

Managing online study and family commitments

Managing online study and family commitments Posted by Laura Burnett | June 16th 2016

The idea of studying while you have children is a daunting thought, one which inhibits many from pursuing postgraduate qualifications. However, the benefits of studying online can make th... more

How to fit 20 hours of study into your week

How to fit 20 hours of study into your week Posted by Laura Burnett | June 06th 2016

If you think about how much time you spend watching TV, listening to podcasts or scrolling through social media, you'd be amazed at how many hours this takes out of your week. Imagine wha... more

Demystifying the Financial Planning Sector

Demystifying the Financial Planning Sector Posted by Laura Burnett | May 16th 2016

Michael Sill is Mentor Education's Communications Manager. He has fifteen years experience providing professional copy and insights to companies, individuals and organisations, having ... more

The Dos and Don’ts of Volunteering

The Dos and Don’ts of Volunteering Posted by Bridget Conway | January 04th 2016

Have you ever considered dedicating your time to volunteering? Are you unsure of how or where to begin? Are you wondering if it’s really worth your time? Volunteering is an easy pa... more

Prepping for Exam Success

Prepping for Exam Success Posted by Maggie Reeves | September 03rd 2015

Our friends at the International School of Beauty sent through some helpful advice they give to their beauty therapy students. Their wise words are transferrable to whatever you ma... more

A Lesson in Résumé 101: Part II

A Lesson in Résumé 101: Part II Posted by Maggie Reeves | January 28th 2015

A résumé is something most of us don’t think too much about until we’re faced with the daunting task of writing one and the realisation that we really have no c... more

HOW TO: 10 top tips to help you study better for the HSC

HOW TO: 10 top tips to help you study better for the HSC Posted by Sarah Carman | October 22nd 2014

Sarah Carman is a passionate tutor, science writer, blogger, presenter and health advocate. Sarah is the founder of Sponge , a tuition school in Sydney that helps Higher Schoo... more

Literature Review Tips For Success

Literature Review Tips For Success Posted by Joel Menzies | July 07th 2014

Whether you’re a first year student starting out at university, or a fourth year student counting down the days until your degree is over, there is no question you will have encount... more