Stories about our student achievements, latest courses, webinars and information on developments from the Melbourne School of Professional and Continuing Education (MSPACE).
9 Apr 2019
Disrupting competition law: do digital markets require new legal tools?
As digital dominance and disruption pose new challenges, competition law professionals must be ready to question the status quo.
16 Nov 2018
Hear from Melbourne university graduate, Aparajita Mitra: 5 Reasons to study online at the University of Melbourne
Online education continues to grow in popularity across the higher education sector. Here’s why you should step inside the virtual classroom according to Aparajita Mitra, one of our graduates from the Master of Education International Baccalaureate.
15 Oct 2018
Meet the University of Melbourne’s first online graduate, Christie Cline
Completing a master’s degree while raising an 18-month-old may sound like an impossible task, but for Christie Cline it was a challenge that she relished. The Perth resident became the first graduate from the University of Melbourne’s online suite of graduate courses, gaining a Master of Evaluation.
12 Oct 2018
People are flocking to virtual learning
26-year old Aerlie Vade is a teacher in Sydney and Head of K-6 Curriculum at her school. She’s also on a journey to further her education and has recently commenced the online Master of Clinical Teaching through the University of Melbourne.
27 Jul 2018
Higher education: one of Australia's biggest exports
Universities are no longer the bastions of privilege they once were. The once hallowed halls of learning have been replaced with global institutions all competing for a piece of the knowledge pie. So, what does this mean for the tertiary education sector?
12 Jun 2018
University education: An investment in your future
The cost of going to university can be a real obstacle. For some it’s simply a matter of lacking family resources to fund their studies, while for others the worry of getting into debt is a disincentive to enrol in the first instance.
25 Apr 2018
Let’s Go Team Guyana: Working as a Physio at the Commonwealth Games
Dr Sonya Moore will take part in her second Commonwealth Games as Team Physio for Guyana. She gives an insight into the build up to Gold Coast 2018 and her memories from Melbourne 2006.
16 Apr 2018
5 Minutes With Sonya Moore
I’m a physiotherapist involved in sport and exercise at all levels - including high performance, recreational and foundational skills. For many years my “clinic” has been pitch-side, poolside, courtside or beachside - in jobs with professional and travelling athletes in sports including netball, basketball, tennis, beach volleyball and swimming.
27 Mar 2018
New frontiers in competition and consumer law
Tech giants like Google and Facebook are increasingly coming under scrutiny from competition authorities and governments around the world. From Europe to the US, there are investigations looking into the impact of digital platforms and the possible use and effects of market power.
21 Mar 2018
Breaking down I.T. traditions: C-suite executives must step-up from the back-office to drive business innovation
The digital transformation of business is rapidly changing the role of CTOs, CIOs and broader technology management. As I.T. executives embrace forward facing challenges, how will their key responsibilities evolve and what does the future look like?