When I told people that I would be spending my weekend – both entire days, Saturday and Sunday! – doing university-related things instead of enjoying the sub-Summer temperatures like the rest of Brisbane, many people told me that something must’ve been wrong or I needed the extra credit.
If you have ever played a video game like Civilization, you probably have an understanding of how hard it is to promote your country’s interests on the global scale. And if you are interested in international politics, you know for sure that it is nearly impossible to get everything you want without giving something back.
BrizMUN four day program gives students and opportunity to dive into vigorous debates around the most critical issues, United Nations style. The program is designed to emulate the UN’s committees, councils and general assemblies with the real current political and social issues on the table.
Last week I was one of the lucky few QUT students that attended the Creative3 Forum hosted by QUT Creative Enterprise Australia. The Creative3 Forum is an event that celebrates entrepreneurship, sparks collaboration amongst the creative community, and is designed to inspire individuals to execute their ideas. With my background in multimedia, digital marketing, entrepreneurship and technology; the forum embodied all that I am passionate about, in a day consisting of industry speakers, panel discussions and intense networking.
“The only source of knowledge is experience.”
– Albert Einstein
The pinnacle event of each year’s University Scholars Leadership Symposium is the “Learning Journey” – a variety of hands on, real-world experiences designed to broaden each delegates perspectives on global humanitarian affairs.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill
When the QUT Business School offered me the chance to visit one of the world’s most famous cities and hang out with student leaders from all over the world, I thought to myself: “God I have a hard life.”