Georgina talks about her student experience and the benefits of studying in Australia and at Kaplan Business School.
When the time came to decide in which institute to study I realized that Kaplan offered a good balance between price and quality.
Before moving into higher education, Stephen had worked for several decades in senior management positions for both privately-owned businesses and multi-national corporations. His last industry post involved corporate portfolio management, strategic business unit development and knowledge management for a Swiss
Gerald has been working in the higher education sector for the past 8 years, holding teaching positions at the University of Melbourne and its associated colleges (International House, Queens College, Newman College and University College) and also at Kaplan Business School. Originally trained as an economist, he has previously worked at the Singa
After many years working in management roles in organisations in the UK and Australia, Deborah held an academic role at the University of South Australia for almost 20 years. She developed an international profile as a communication researcher and was invited to present and to teach at universities around the world, including an invitation to mentor academics at the prestigious Helsinki School of Economics. Her research has been published in som
The nerve-racking wait finally came to a halt this morning as 55,482 students across NSW unveiled their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR).
It’s been a big week for Victorian high-school students. VCEs have been issued, and the results have been impressive all round.
An MBA by today’s standards is considered to be the Rolls-Royce of business qualifications. As a result, more and more businesses are setting MBA as the benchmark when recruiting graduates. But did you know where, why and how the MBA originated? Read on to find out!