Denise Chu provided me with a one-stop service combining a mix of consultation and counseling, therefore freeing myself and my family to focus on my core responsibility (STUDY in most cases), and to be prepared for my career after graduation. And today, thanks to Denise Chu’s continuous support and assistance, I’m now a qualified CPAA and CISA (Certified Information System Auditors) with experience in working at the “Big 4 “.
Sharing my experiences in a foreign countryAustralia is one of the best developed countries in the world in terms of living conditions and education system. But honestly speaking, never expect to have it easy when studying in Australia. It is NOT always the case that you can chill the whole year round and earn a transcript after spending a few years there without working hard. Especially for those who wish to become a professional, concentration and hard-work is always the key. But in order to differentiate yourself from millions of professionals on the market, you should always try to explore all areas during your time in Australia. I can’t think of any better opportunities to train-up one’s soft-skills, like interpersonal communications and social skills when exposing himself/herself under a different culture and an unfamiliar environment and learning to adapt and love the place.
So, why not spend your study years before joining the workforce in one of the best places in the world? Let me quote a phrase from the Tourism Australia’s advertisement, “where the bloody hell are you?” .