Guide to campus recruiting

Your guide to campus recruiting

Recruiting Students

Our experience suggests that timing plays a crucial role in maximising your graduate recruitment campaign, fielding the best applications and finding the right graduates. The university year comprises of two 13-week semesters, during which time various academic pressures are placed on our students, including exams, assignments and thesis submissions. We schedule our careers fairs and information sessions early in semester to suit this schedule.

If you are planning to recruit for the following year, we recommend making contact with students and promoting your employment opportunities at the beginning of Semester 1 (first week of March), although this will vary depending on whether you are offering a formal graduate program or a general graduate entry position.

Internships and vacation work are generally promoted at the beginning of Semester 2 (last week of July). A great way to promote your opportunities is to attend the Internship and Vacation Work Fair.

These are recommended guidelines only. We do find, however, that companies who take the academic program into consideration have a greater opportunity of finding the candidate they want.

You can now also recruit our alumni.

Our services

On-campus activity is a great way to recruit students. Consider the following services for your recruitment objectives:

Contact us

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Careers Centre booth at AAGE 2013

We take a whole-of-business approach to your recruitment needs.

For more information on the best ways to target University of Sydney students, please contact the Industry Development Team:

T: (02) 8627 8403
E: careers.employer@sydney.edu.au