Creating a mini garden is easier than you think

Posted on 02/11/2015 by admin

Believe it or not, adding a little extra life to a room isn’t as hard as you think. From hanging a fern to creating a little cactus garden in your office cubical, miniature gardens can fit into any space. (more…)

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Do you live in or around Melbourne? Are you looking to study now or in the New Year? Want to get a glimpse at our new state-of-the-art campus? If you answered yes to all of these questions and you’re keen to test out what it’s like to be a Martin student, (more…)

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Get creative with Martin graduate Pei Yi Tong

Posted on 26/10/2015 by admin
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When Pei started her Certificate IV in Design at Martin, she had no previous design experience whatsoever. She decided to study at Martin because of her interest in the course, and because the course was the perfect length (February – August) to prepare her for studies in the UK the following September. (more…)

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It doesn’t matter if you’re hunting around for somewhere to study next year or if you just want a sneak peek at our new campus, you’ll get more than you expect when you attend the Melbourne Open Day. (more…)

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After a rigorous and lengthy selection process, Martin student Zaki Haidari has been named a finalist for the prestigious NSW International Student of the Year Award!  Warren Jacobson, Managing Director Australasia, along with Elizabeth Lovell, Director of Operations Australasia, (more…)

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How many times have you heard this question? Do you know how to answer it? Have you asked yourself? I ask this question to students a lot, and I’m normally looked at in a weird way (or the question just goes over their heads). (more…)

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Nine indestructible houseplants you MUST have

Posted on 02/10/2015 by admin

Do you love the thought of having greenery in your life but know that you are not the most responsible person? Want to know how you can have houseplants in your home without having to ‘care’ for them? Well if you’re like me and the thought of killing yet another plant runs shivers down your spine, then look at these nine hardy houseplants. (more…)

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Rewind back pain with these yoga poses

Posted on 29/09/2015 by admin

Do you get stiff and sore after sitting at the computer for long periods of time? Want to know how you can strengthen your back and hips without spending hours at the gym? It doesn’t matter if you’re halfway through that design project or taking a break from studying, these simple yoga moves will help keep your body moving freely. (more…)

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Boost your brainpower in seven steps

Posted on 22/09/2015 by admin

Are you finding it hard to concentrate on that assignment? Are you taking a break from writing that report? Do you want to use your break time to power-up your brain? Well if you’re looking for natural and proven ways to smash out that project or presentation, then follow these simple brain-boosting tips. (more…)

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How to: Write like a Pro

Posted on 16/09/2015 by admin

The majority of your study assignments will require a written element, which is why it’s important that you have basic writing skills. Even the most carefully thought-out and clever piece of writing can be ruined by poor grammar and weird verb usage. (more…)

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