Whether you’re considering further study to upskill, climb the corporate ladder or even completely change careers, attending Martin’s Q&A Night is a great first step. You may think you’ve got all the info you need online, but there’s a lot more you can gather from just a few hours at the campus chatting to staff members whose number one priority is your future career.
If you don’t think that having a LinkedIn profile is important, then have we got news for you! Even if you’re working in an industry that is highly practical or you’re just finishing your studies, LinkedIn can be your ticket into your dream job. (more…)
Since opening its doors in 1976, Martin has prioritised career outcomes, focusing on preparing graduates for a future doing what they love. That’s because we know – beyond the respected qualification – it’s ultimately about landing your ideal job. (more…)
Developing a good sleep routine could be the key to a happier, more successful, and healthful time at college. Studies have established a clear link between sleep, cognitive performance, and health. Learning how to sleep can take a little practice and experimenting, but the results could be well worth your time. (more…)
As Martin College Event Students we had the opportunity to volunteer for the Global leadership forum presented by the Growth Faculty at the Sydney Convention Centre. This event consisted of a powerful one-day seminar featuring six leaders of global business, Martha Stewart, Russell Simmons, George Clooney, Muhammad Yunus, Jeff Taylor and Michael Fertik. (more…)
Imagine is the Martin College Graphic Design Student Magazine. This 3 minute animation video shows step-by-step, how the front cover of issue no.2 was produced.
The video itself was built up from approximately 500 individual screen shots from the students’ original files and animated frame-by-frame. Some of the work was completed as part of a Multimedia class demonstration to students as a case study in animation production. (more…)
Martin College is launching the Student Ambassador Program at its Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sydney campuses.
Ambassadors will engage with the campus student body and participate in career and recruitment events (school visits, career expos, campus tours and open days).
Martin College is delighted to be nominated as Vocational College of the Year in the LTM Star Awards. (more…)