Graduation day: The students of education

Introducing the freshest batch of education graduates, who couldn't wipe the smiles off their faces.

Finally, the day had arrived. The day students envisioned when they clicked ‘enrol’ – the day they relied on to get them through tough times – the light at the end of the tunnel.

Online study was, for many of them, a new experience. It was as nerve-wracking as it was exciting, but they took the leap, enrolled through OUA into Curtin University‘s education courses, and have now emerged as qualified teachers.

There were smiles all round, as the students chatted to classmates who they knew, but had never met in the flesh. Stories were swapped, triumphs were applauded, and testamurs were received with the greatest of satisfaction.

We commend these graduates on their huge achievement, and wish them the best of luck for the future. May you shine bright, and pass on your love of learning to future generations of students.

Education students graduating
Education graduates - studied with Curtin University, online through Open Universities Australia.

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