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December 27th, 2010
University of South Australia Students Gain Competitive Edge – Bentley

This access is available through Bentley’s Be Careers Network Academic SELECT subscription program, which UniSA has just joined. The program empowers students enrolled in UniSA’s architectural and engineering curricula to acquire an in-depth understanding of advanced information modeling software, as well as to hone their skills in applying it following industry best practices. As a result, upon graduation, they will be job ready, giving them a decided competitive edge in the infrastructure job market.

Commenting on the new software being added to the university’s portfolio, Professor Andrew Parfitt, pro vice chancellor and vice president, Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment, UniSA, said, “UniSA is always keen to adopt new technologies that enhance the student learning experience. Using the same software employed by so many of the largest engineering companies in the world, along with the training, should aid our graduates immensely.” Read More