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Studying in Flinders - How did you choose your proposed course and institution?


Catherine Frank 1 / 3  
Mar 14, 2024   #1
I choose bachelor in disabilities and developmental inclusive education studies because it fits my current profession as an expert patient counsellor. I provide counselling to PLHIV and Key Population, also assist health workers and clinic staff to provide ART treatment and health education to clients and patients.

People with disability include those who have long term physical, mental, intelectual or sensory imparment which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in society on equal basis with others. Helping clients navigate through their challenges, working towards a better future; witnessing their progress and growth is a profoundly rewarding experience for me. My sense of personal experience and desire to make a difference in the life of an individual with disability motivates me to pursue extra skills and knowledge to become a qualified proffesional by acquiring a degree to become a positive behaivor support practioner, developmental educator, behavioral specialist or a developmental disabilities case manager.

Flinders and Australian catholic universities are the only two CRICOS institutions that are offering bachelor in disabilities inclusive education studies in Australia. Flinders university is ranked 247 in the world and is in the top 20 list of Australian top universities while it's eligible applicant requirement also supports my academic achievements.

Studying in Flinders university will add to my credentials of my value to potential employers and organizations under provincial health, national department of health and donour partners in Papua New Guinea.
Holt  Educational Consultant - / 14,797 4780  
Mar 20, 2024   #2
Your reason for choosing the universities, which are based upon university ranking is not going to be considered a valid reason for your choice by the reviewers. They will disqualify your application because of that reason. You need to research the universities in relation to your chosen course and highlight what makes each university unique or a stand out in your opinion. Base these on your professional and personal qualifiers. Consider what you are looking for in the course curriculum and the university community. Those would be more valid reasons to consider your university choices in the eyes of the reviewer. You must show that you are choosing universities based on merit rather than popularity.
Aroma 4 / 8  
Mar 20, 2024   #3
@Catherine Frank
Please after writing, you make sure you glance through to correct some spelling errors.
OP Catherine Frank 1 / 3  
Mar 28, 2024   #4
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How did you choose your proposed course and institution?



I choose bachelor in Disabilities and developmental inclusive education studies because it fits my profession as a peer and patient counsellor. I provide counselling to PLWHIV especially Key Population, (MSM, FSW, TG and MSW) GBV survivors, (women and girls), PPTCT mothers ( +mothers and children) and youths with drug and alcohol related issues. I have served as a volunteer or contractual employee for 10 years in remote VCT/ART clinic settings of Western Highlands Province.

An individual is considered to have a disability if he/she has a physical or mental impairment and HIV is a disability that leads to major physical disfigurement if not looked at. The clients I work with have mental, physical, sensory, physical disfigurement and immunological disabilities that contributes to increasing Stigma and Discrimination in the community. Helping them navigate through their challenges, work towards a better future and witnessing their progress and growth has been a profoundly rewarding experience for me.Years of service, commitment and dedication to people with disability motivates me to study the proposed course.

Flinders and Australian Catholic University offer a range of study topics on bachelor of disabilities and developmental inclusive education studies.The course deeply looks into history, culture and social standings of people with disabilities to equip me with a broader understanding of society and human experience.

Furthermore, my professional and acedemic background suits Flinders and ACU's admission requirements for undergraduate studies on the proposed course. It will be a privilege to study in such institutions that teach specialist skills, develop and implement holistic and person centred support for students like me. Their hands on experience program every year will add more value to my existing skills and knowledge enabling me to become a qualified professional in my field after I graduate.


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