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When the CIC House System was first introduced in March during the orientation day for new students, it threw the other House, that is, the CIC campus community, in a happy chaos. Campus General Manager Francesca Macpherson recalls that it was an interesting mix of excitement and confusion. “The response…

Graduates of a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) at CIC Higher Education are eligible to apply for membership into Australian professional organisations such as the Chartered Accountants Australia, New Zealand (CAANZ), CPA Australia and Institute of Public Accountants (IPA). These professional bodies have accredited CIC’s degree program and as such, graduates…

Hyacinth da Gama Monteiro, educational psychologist at CIC Higher Education, encourages students to always maintain communication lines with their lecturers and student support staff to avert possible issues that may affect their studies and overall well-being. Her extensive experience working with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds has taught her that…

In 2018, CIC Higher Education formed a strategic planning group comprised of staff, lecturers, administrative support, admissions and recruitment staff to highlight the College’s competitive advantage. General  Manager Francesca Macpherson recalls, “At the strategic planning meetings, different ideas were developed with the aim of implementing new and exciting strategies to…

The CIC Higher Education community ushered in the month of March with a number of activities that are aimed to nourish students intellectually, socially and mentally. Starting off with the International Women’s Day Morning Tea on 8 March, faculty and staff exchanged pleasant conversations over a shared meal. It was…

Former Albanian model Edris Ceka’s student journey hasn’t always been a road paved with golden opportunities. Like most international students, she didn’t have it easy. When she decided to come to Australia two years ago, she didn’t know much about the country except for its friendly culture and the carefree…

There’s still time before the Australian summer draws to a close. Students on a break from the summer term should take advantage of this last month of summer to let their hair down and pack their summer stuff – hats, sunny outfits, large sunglasses and lots and lots of sunscreen!…

  ‘Slip, Slop, Slap!’ It sounds like a breeze when you say it like that Slip, Slop, Slap! In the sun we always say ‘Slip, Slop, Slap!’   Slip, Slop, Slap! Slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat Slip, Slop, Slap! You can stop skin…

Before international students leave their home country, they have been reminded by their parents, relatives and friends, education agents and other well-meaning individuals to stay safe in their new study destination. Suggestions like: “Use the buddy system. If you must travel somewhere alone, make sure a roommate, close friend or…