Graduate stories

Pathways to community living initiative project manager for South West Sydney local health district

From talking to patients to making recommendations at Ministry level for policy development Jennifer Weldon's Masters of Health Service Management helped her understand and adapt to different health service levels.

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Taking the Next Step in Business with an MBA

Raz Haroon started his own business, having completed a Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in Marketing, International Business and Information Systems) and an MBA at the University of Tasmania.

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Lights, camera, accounting

Alice Pemberton studied a Bachelor of Business majoring in Accounting at UTAS, and is now a Management Accountant for Roadshow Films.

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A Masters degree in Health Services Management

Claire Harris as Director of Nursing and Midwifery Services Sydney Local Health District looks after a workforce that is 2200 strong.

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"The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics gave me a fantastic education."

Simon Behrakis studied Economics and Finance.

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Ready to make your next career move?

Owen Johnston is the Sales and Marketing Manager for Hop Products Australia. His MBA through UTAS "played a critical role in positioning me in this business right now," and the skills he gained were immediately applicable to his work.

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Master of Health Information Management

Greg Nolan uses data to identify areas of need in health services, to ultimately improve the lives of our community.

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