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School students get taste of management

Recently, school students with an interest in management got the chance to learn about pathways to career success. Over 25 students from a variety of local schools attended the inaugural Bond Business School Management Day at Bond University.

The day provided opportunities for the students to get a taste of what a career in management could look like, and participate in interactive presentations from a variety of academic staff.

The Faculty-wide event enabled students to choose from a variety of sessions, including business, information technology, and hotel, resort and tourism management, depending on their interest.

Experience days such as this are a valuable tool to help students uncover possible career paths and talk to academics about the journeys they have taken and the outcomes students could expect from completing a certain degree.

The Bond Business School hosts a number of these experience days throughout the year and can also tailor an event to suit particular school needs. 

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