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Introducing, Dr Elizabeth Nain, ATMC faculty member and lecturer of management, information technology management, human resources, and communications subjects.  

Dr Elizabeth Nain

"I was a very ambitious and hard-working student. I always maintained a good rapport with my lecturers and tutors. They liked me because of my sincerity which was reflected in my academic work. However, I never thought of moving, studying, and settling in a country on the other side of the world.  That is why I admire the passion and commitment of international students of ATMC."

"I moved to Australia in 2003 and took a few months to understand the system, responsibilities, and opportunities. I fell in love with Australia and found it to be the best and the most beautiful place in the world to live, where your hard work, honesty, and integrity is always rewarded. Australia gave me the opportunity to continue to work and study while maintaining a very good lifestyle. At the same time, it was very clear to me that there are no short cuts to success and I needed to learn more. So, I enrolled in Ph. D. It was six years of dedicated hard work that gave me my first break and my career sky-rocketed after I completed my doctorate. I was very fortunate that my family and friends gave me the moral support and encouragement to continue my journey."

"I am a very career-oriented person. My career flourished in Australia. I have worked in several fulfilling roles in senior management for large multinational and national organisations and served on several amazing corporate boards."

"I am really looking forward to meeting my future international students. I would like to share the secret of my success with my current and prospective students to make their journey successful. I am successful today only because I kept my eyes open for every possible opportunity and studied very diligently while enjoying life to the fullest and making good friends."

"My favourite part of teaching is being able to build a rapport with my students and help them to achieve their career goals. Being a migrant myself, I can relate to ATMC students on a personal level. Their commitment to establishing their professional careers by studying abroad is amazing. Coming from overseas for higher education is a major life decision. If you apply yourself, then it may be the best move you ever make."

"ATMC is a very good institute. I want my students to know that you have my support. All my ATMC colleagues are very supportive. We like to keep students motivated and enjoy talking to them. The entire international education journey can be a steep learning curve. It's a team effort that requires commitment from all us - ATMC, your family, and, most importantly, yourself."