Project Management Careers with Pulteney Grammar School
Senior students from years 11 and 12 from Pulteney Grammar School learned about our research and teaching strengths from across the University of Adelaide's five faculties.
At the Faculty of the Professions, students were challenged to think outside the box. The activities bought out some friendly competition amongst the classmates who were helped along by first year students from Dr Dodd's first year Project Management course.
Bachelor of Computer Sciences student, Brandon Amato and student, Seyed Motlagh mentored the students as they progressed through the series of written activities. Brandon and Seyed also shared insights with the Pulteney students on how project management skills can be applied to real-life situations such as party. Dr Dodd spoke spoke about such skills can build career-readiness.
A 'project' is a temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product, service or resultDr Tracey Dodd
Find out more about our Project Management degree and visit Pulteney Grammar School's website.
We offer a range of business related degrees, enabling students to choose their own path and become career ready.