Matt Muskat

PhD, MA, GradCertTertEd, GradCertIT

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20062020

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Biography

Matt has a master level degree in Management, Economics and Social Science from University of Trier and a PhD from University of Paderborn, both in Germany. He has written his PhD on demographic change and its implications on lifelong learning and the job market.

He holds a Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education from University of Canberra, obtained while he was there for the first time as an Assistant Professor from 2010 to 2014, and he recently gained a Graduate Certificate in Information Technology after returning to UC in 2020.

Career highlights include being Professor at the AACSB-accredited Management Center Innsbruck in Austria; and being the Associate Dean Academic and Course Coordinator Business Undergraduate Studies at two higher education providers in Melbourne.

Matt’s research is in management, marketing and tourism, and he has an industry background in human resources and market research. He is an experienced educator who has enjoyed working with students from different backgrounds for more than 15 years.

Matt is a Research Ethics and Integrity Advisor with Research and Innovation Services and Adjunct Assistant Professor with the Canberra Business School.

Education/Academic qualification

University of Canberra

Award Date: 2 Dec 2020

University of Canberra

Award Date: 7 Aug 2012

PhD, Paderborn University

Award Date: 26 Jul 2007

Master, Trier University

Award Date: 10 May 2001

External positions

Associate Professor, Melbourne Institute of Technology

20182019

Professor and Associate Dean Academic, Holmes Institute

20172018

Professor, MCI Management Center Innsbruck

20152017

Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Australia

20152017

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