Moots a hoot
Law's moot teams leading in Australia.
PhD candidate Bianca Deans found her love of drawing had an important place in her science studies.
Here's how the University of Tasmania welcomes and cares for students who are new to town.
Christine Green has the perfect combination of expertise for her interior design role.
Chinese journalist, Shanshan Ai, opened a tourism magazine one day in Beijing and saw a heart shaped island – Tasmania. She was captivated by it.
Jessica loves medicine and science - and combined her interests at an overseas educational camp.
For Kevin, returning to Uni to study Pharmacy was a great way to change careers.
Threatened species in two countries could soon benefit from research by an IMAS PhD graduate into how to eradicate an introduced fish pest.
For Mark Acheson, the Master of Marketing Management was a great way to up-skill with hands-on work placement.
When Costa Papas decided it was time for a change, he wasn’t quite sure where the Bachelor of Health and Community Care would lead him, but one year into his studies and he’s found his calling.
Medical researcher and alumnus Dr Clare Smith found her passion. Now she is investigating the role of genetics in tuberculosis.
Through practical experience and grabbing every opportunity that came her way, Lucy had already proven that she had what it took to be a great journalist.
Business student Sarah Molnar honed her hospitality and marketing skills at the happiest place on earth.
In New York City, the epicentre of jazz, Joshua Dunn’s musical background from Tasmania has made him stand out.