Meet Stacy Su: Bachelor of Commerce student

Stacy Su is a Bachelor of Commerce student who participated in the Trinity College Foundation Studies program. She is currently living and studying remotely from China.

Bachelor of Commerce student Stacy began her academic journey with the University of Melbourne through the Trinity College Foundations Studies program – a pathway program for international students wishing to study at the university.

Since then, Stacy has found herself having to transition to online and remote study during the pandemic. But the transition has been made easier thanks to the online support she has received.

“People at the university are so friendly, always willing to answer my questions and provide assistance,” Stacy explains.

Studying online, I’ve worked with various people located all around the world, it is such an amazing experience.

“I’m so grateful for the new friends I’ve made online at the university.”

Stacy chose to study a Bachelor of Commerce for its practicality and job prospects. She has plans to pursue a career in law or forensic accounting, but for now, it’s a return to campus that Stacy is most looking forward to.

“I plan on coming back in July,” says Stacy.

“I love Melbourne, the learning atmosphere, and the whole city”


Share this story

Study Commerce like Stacy

Have a question?

Contact our student support team at Stop 1. You can get in touch by email, web chat or phone.

Contact Stop 1

Keep reading

Meet Justin: Diploma in General Studies graduate

Justin Marks says entering the University of Melbourne via its Diploma in General Studies made the change from high school to tertiary study easy. Today, he is studying the Bachelor of Agriculture.

Meet Sophie: Bachelor of Design student

The decision to pursue what she loves and walk through life with an open and inquisitive mind has seen Bachelor of Design student and freelance illustrator, Sophie Schultz carve her own unique path at the University of Melbourne.

Shibo Ma: Master of Food Science student

Shibo Ma shares his experience as a Master of Food Science student at the University.