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Graduates of an internationally-recognised bachelor’s degree in marketing at CIC Higher Education can put to good use the learnings, skills and contacts that they’ve acquired within and outside the campus. The institution’s mandate is to help students belong, thrive and achieve. CIC’s Bachelor of Business (Marketing) – under CRICOS course…

CIC Higher Education Dean, Dr Damian Spencer, has announced that a new academic unit will be introduced to the College effective this Term 4. The new unit – Introduction to Property and Real Estate (BBAC304) – is an elective that is open to any student who has completed Economic Principles…

“Seeing the students at the beginning of each school term always reminds me of the days when I was an international student myself,” recalls Edward Guo, Student Recruitment Manager of CIC Higher Education. “It is with a great sense of fulfillment that I got to where I am now. Working…

The CIC Careers Office is firming up plans to launch its Employability Skills Project primarily for Bachelor of Business Management students soon. In an interview with Career Advisor Sandra Emslie, she clarifies that students will gain a better understanding of the business setting particularly in the administration and operations of…

CIC Higher Education has a rebrand which included a new logo, a redesigned website and a two-year student engagement plan that will see CIC forging a more robust relationship and support service for its students. In its video presentation detailing the rebranding components, the CIC team led by Campus Manager…

Nitin Khurana, a 2nd year Accounting student, carted away the champion’s trophy in the recently-concluded Table Tennis Tournament for Term 2. Following closely behind are, Yennie Le, 3rd year Business Management student, as runner up and Quan Nguyen, deputy head of Accounting, as third place winner. Campus Manager Francesca Macpherson…

International students are not exactly having a grand party in Australia. They have been trying to get part-time jobs to help defray the high cost of living – and balancing it with time studying for their degree program, learning a new language and integrating into a new culture at the…

The idea behind the CIC Power Hour is, indeed, very empowering. Here’s why: It encourages international students to speak up and share their insights as well as their struggles living and studying in a foreign country. It inspires them to follow the well-trodden path of those who have been ahead…

Festivals, multi-lingual exchanges, and the performing arts. They come aplenty at CIC Higher Education. Even as the college gives priority to academic performance, it also believes that students can thrive in their new environment, learn from each other, and adjust to cultural differences better. They can then transition into well-adjusted…