School of Business a diving platform for graduates
Having inherited an interest in economics and finance from his parents, the decision to study a Bachelor of Commerce seemed only natural for Harry Barrett.
“I have always been very interested in equity and debt capital markets throughout my life. Not only in Australia but also throughout Europe and North America,” Harry said.
The Notre Dame graduate described the University's School of Business as a small community and gateway to international industry experience.
Notre Dame's Business School has both the scale and scope to act as an international diving platform for graduates to leap into whatever career interests them, but also the close-knit feel akin to that of a family.
“The education I received from my lecturers was always practical and reflective of what is occurring in both the Australian and international corporate capital market,” he says.
Currently employed as a portfolio and corporate actions analyst with Euroz Securities/Entrust Private Wealth Management, Harry says the ability to think critically has served him well in his profession.
“Honestly the most important thing I took away from time at Notre Dame was the research skills I attained. When providing information to both the dealers and advisers I work with and the clients we service, accuracy and speed is always key.”
Find out more about Notre Dame's Bachelor of Commerce.