9 in 10 uni graduates are employed full time.1

Uni grads earn 15-20% more than those without a degree.2

Deakin postgraduates earn 36% more than undergraduates.3

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Feeling homesick? Be careful how you use technology

The ubiquity of smart technology means we can talk to friends and family no matter where in the world we are. But can that be doing more damage than good?

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How coding skills will enrich your career

People from all different industries are discovering the importance of coding, and you should too. Think enhanced problem solving and creativity skills.

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Going back to uni? How to boost your study motivation

Staying motivated while you’re juggling work and a family can be difficult. But according to science there are ways to keep on top of your work. Here’s how.

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Think you’re too busy to study? Advice from a single parent of five

Even as a busy parent, you don’t need to put off studying. This Deakin Law graduate and mum of five offers her advice on how you can juggle everything.

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How understanding privilege can create a more level playing field

Privilege can be hard to see, but it often means that doors are open to some while being closed to others. Leveling the playing field starts with awareness.

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Why you’ll flourish in your career with a postgraduate degree

Whatever your career goals might be, a postgraduate degree can be an effective way to reach them. Find out what you’ll gain, no matter what field you’re in.

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Tips to excel at both sport and schoolwork from an AFLW star

How do you balance schoolwork and sporting commitments in Year 12? Hear from Nina Morrison, AFLW star and former Geelong Grammar school captain.

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Make your mind a palace by installing this memory aid

Back in 500 B.C. the Romans were huge fans of this memory aid. In the 21st Century, it’s as effective as ever. Find out how you can use it in your studies.

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Get across your studies with these memory aids: acronyms and acrostics

We use acronyms and acrostics almost every day, but have you ever thought of using them in your studies? Find out how useful they are as memory aids.

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Hang your study notes on the peg-word memory aid

Memorising a list and its order might seem daunting, but the peg-word method is perfect for the job. Here’s how you can study smarter rather than harder.

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