Confessions of an eternal student – is a Postgraduate degree worth the time?

Confession #1: I love studying In fact, after being a tertiary student for half my life, I think I can almost qualify as an eternal student. Don’t get me wrong, I am not a super nerd who enjoys doing hours of homework. And assignment deadlines still give me anxiety. It’s just that I have always been the type of person who wants to know things … Continue reading Confessions of an eternal student – is a Postgraduate degree worth the time?

Welcome back to semester two

Jessica Micallef begins her time interning at the Wise ASSC blog. With the all too familiar sound of our alarm clocks at 6am, the immediate need for coffee to wake us up, and the horrendous morning peak hour traffic, we are forced back into reality. And that reality is semester two. While we have survived the dreaded first week back of semester two with get … Continue reading Welcome back to semester two

My University Experience (Part Three)

Tegan Azar continues on with her uni experience. Undergrad and Post Grad My undergrad degree was filled with so much learning and experiences across the whole arts faculty. Due to being in an arts degree I had the opportunity to do classes not just in Journalism but Legal Studies, Politics and even Philosophy. Whilst the Journalism classes were always my favourite, I enjoyed the fact … Continue reading My University Experience (Part Three)

My University Experience (Part Two)

Tegan Azar continues her uni experience reflection. Transition to Uni. From a young age I loved learning. If I was sick and had to miss a day off school I would be so upset.  When I got to high school I still enjoyed it thoroughly however distractions became very real. An introduction to social groups, beginning of mobile phones and social media and of course … Continue reading My University Experience (Part Two)