Business grad lands marketing role in western Sydney
9 May 2018
A double business major from the University of the Sunshine Coast has helped land Mohammad Reza Eghbal a job in marketing.
The 20-year-old with an Iranian/Iraqi background, originally from Perth, has secured a position as a Marketing and Events Assistant at Sebel Furniture in South West Sydney.
“USC’s academic approach was significantly beneficial to me as it was based on real-world scenarios which I find myself in everyday in my current role.”
“With a five-star teaching rating and a faculty of educators to match it, I'm glad I chose USC as my first preference for my university studies.
“USC’s culture is second-to-none. USC administrators, lecturers and tutors are always happy to help and dedicate extra hours to ensure students are supported in all areas.”
Mohammad eventually plans to work in product marketing.
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