Employment opportunities in marketing and communications

The Australian Government’s Job Outlook has revealed that the average weekly pay of employees in marketing currently sits at $1,346 for the industry’s 74,800 workers. It also projected strong growth for the advertising and marketing sector based on the Department of Jobs and Small Business estimates. It further reported that…

Watch out for Vivid Sydney 2019!

Strathfield College students will have a chance to witness spectacular events showcasing the kaleidoscopic fusion of arts and technology for 23 days – and nights – in Vivid Sydney’s festival of lights, music and ideas which will run from 24 May to 15 June. Spearheaded by Destination NSW, the New…

Marketing student Yi-Ying Lee: ‘Student of the Term’

For Marketing and Communications student Yi-Ying Lee, to be named “Student of the Term” is an honour and a reward in itself. It is the recognition of all her efforts and her resolve to give her best in everything that she does.  “All the hard work and effort I put…

ICT sector claims 6 of the Top 20 highest paying jobs in Australia

Seek, a leading online employment company that matches job seekers’ qualifications and skills with employer requirements worldwide, has released its 2018 annual salary report highlighting six of the top 20 highest paying jobs in Australia as coming from the information and communication technology (ICT) sector. Occupying the top spot is…

2019 technology trends that students should know about

More and more jobs are being driven by technology that students need to be on top of the trends that affect their fields of study. CB Insights, a global intelligence platform, has predicted 14 trends to watch out for and how these changes impact lifestyles and job prospects in the…

3 international IT students talk about their program choice and Aussie life

Three international students of Strathfield College Melbourne  candidly talked about their student experience while pursuing their Certificate IV in Information Technology and why they chose the program. Ichiro Okura from Japan along with Renzo Miguel Palabrica and Narciso Maria Salazar from the Philippines shared both the challenges and the growth…

Students can complete a Travel and Tourism Management program in 42 weeks

International students can obtain a nationally-recognised Travel and Tourism Management diploma from Strathfield College in 42 weeks excluding school holidays. Students with an IELTS score of 5.5 can enrol and attend 146 hours of classroom sessions and 6 hours of online study every week for a year and when they…