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Student Success Stories

Behind every success is a different story, but these students and alumni have one thing in common. They all decided to take control of their future by studying with us at KBS. Meet some of our passion-seekers, goal-kickers and change-makers as they navigate their career paths.

Payal Gidwani

Panamanian / Master of Business Analytics

Payal is more afraid of having regrets than taking chances. She's navigated two successful career changes, moving from advertising to commercial cookery and working as a chef at Google, to now studying business analytics. She's excited about a future in e-commerce, and how a knowledge of analytics can give her an edge in this space.

Feeling inspired? Learn more about our Master of Business Analytics.

Anja Christoffersen

Australian / MBA (Specialisations: Health Services Management and Entrepreneurship)

Anja received the QLD Young Achiever of the Year Leadership Award 2020 in recognition of her health advocacy efforts in Australia and overseas. Studying an MBA helped her start a new business, Champion Health Agency, that she hopes will create social change for millions of people around the world.

Feeling inspired? Learn more about our Master of Business Administration with a dual specialisation in Health Services Management and Entrepreneurship.

Lucas Goransky

Argentinian / MBA - (Entrepreneurship)

An innovator and mentor at heart, MBA student Lucas believes nurturing your professional network can spark great career opportunities. It was one such connection that led him to become the co-organiser of the first ever TEDx event 100% focused on climate change.

Feeling inspired? Learn more about our Master of Business Administration with a specialisation in Entrepreneurship.

Take your next step with confidence.

With student support rated higher than every public university in Australia* and a lifelong careers service by your side, you’ll graduate feeling prepared to create your own success.

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*QILT 2020 Student Experience Survey National Report. Published March 2021.