Wong Cheng Yee

Marketing was tough at times, it took a very comprehensive approach to teaching the theoretical and practical aspects of management and marketing, incorporating real-world case studies and business simulations, and helping students explore important aspects of business such as ethics and corporate social responsibility. This gave me a head start when I graduated and has enhanced my employability in the job market.

“The toughest part was probably the group assignments and endless group work. It can be challenging working with people of different backgrounds, with personalities and points of view. However, it helped me with my critical thinking, communication, decision making and time management skills. Another good thing was our lecturers and tutors who were always friendly and supportive, always open to consultation, giving helpful advice and feedback to improve our learning experience.

“So, studying at Curtin has many advantages, notwithstanding the fact that it is one of the world’s top universities, with qualifications that are widely recognised and respected across the world, and provides world-class and practical education that ensures its students graduate career-ready.” –Wong Cheng Yee, Management & Marketing graduate

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