Students help children with disabilities
CQUni Physiotherapy students received the opportunity to share their clinical skills and monitor improvements in the motor function of children with disabilities via a five week student placement at ten different youth centres, charity clinics and schools around Vietnam.
The students learnt first-hand the daily struggle some families and children go through. Through their clinic and therapy sessions, the students were able to see improvements in the children’s motor function.
Getting out of comfort zones
International student, Niraj from Nepal shares his story and the opportunities he experienced as a CQUniversity student when he decided to get out of his comfort zone and start looking for opportunities on campus.
Niraj learned from his mentors and received opportunities to attend the Student Leadership Conference, became an elected candidate for the CQUniversity Council Election, and was actively engaged in social innovation. His participation provided him the opportunity to participate in the 2019 Ashoka U Exchange in San Diego, California alongside other social champions where he was able to network with social entrepreneurs and social changemakers around the world.