Flinders University

Information verified correct on December 10th, 2016

What are the most popular skills that students and alumni from Flinders University possess?

finder.com.au have crunched the numbers and found that graduates from Flinders University are experts in management, public speaking (good on them!) and planning.

The top five skills
  • Project management
  • Management
  • Public speaking
  • Strategic planning
  • Change management

List of skills

NameNumber of students and alumni
Project Management2457
Management2413
Public Speaking2384
Strategic Planning2279
Change Management2199
Research2036
Customer Service1970
Leadership1935
Microsoft Office1901
Policy1691
Teaching1573
Microsoft Excel1367
Team Leadership1312
Project Planning1290
Business Strategy1288
Strategy1185
Stakeholder Engagement1184
Stakeholder Management1157
Microsoft Word1129
Event Management1113
Social Media1071
Program Management1042
Organizational Development1034
PowerPoint1030
Training1030
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