Resources for your students

The Careers Centre organises a variety of events over the year to teach students valuable skills for planning their careers, looking for all types of work, building their employability skills, writing job applications and more! The Careers Centre also hosts information sessions for employers to talk to students about the opportunities they offer.

Please see the Sydney CareerHub for times and locations of all workshops and information sessions.

To find the most up-to-date information on upcoming events, workshops, appointments and job opportunities please login to Sydney CareerHub. By clicking on My preferences and ticking Send me CareerHub newsletters you can be sure to receive any important information on events, workshops and employer activity on campus direct to your inbox.

Resource information for students

International students


International students can find information about working while studying, finding employment in Australia and finding employment in their home country on our Finding jobs: International students page.

The Careers Centre offers specific workshops for international students. Please direct students to our workshop descriptions page or CareerHub for up to date workshop listings.

Casual and part-time work is a good way for international students to get some local work experience. For further information about finding work experience while studying, visit our Finding jobs online pages.

Students also have the opportunity to discuss career options, get advice for further study, and resume consultation with a career adviser. Students are able to make an appointment online through CareerHub.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students


We offer a wide range of workshops and events to assist your students in building employability skills, career planning as well as meeting employers offering graduate roles, traineeships and cadetships. Many of these organisations will be on campus throughout the year, providing students the opportunity to network and ask questions about their programs.

Visit our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Opportunities page for a list of organisations offering additional opportunities for Indigenous students.

Students can also find information about casual employment while studying on our Finding jobs page.

Student Support Services and the Koori Centre offer Academic Skills assistance programs and the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) to help students achieve academic success and build skills for their future careers.

To find out more about how the University supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation at all levels of our study, work and research, visit sydney.edu.au/indigenous.

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Students with a disability


We attempt to ensure all of our services are fully accessible to students. If you are aware of an event or service that is not accessible, please contact us on (02) 8627 8403 and we will arrange alternative ways to assist.

The Careers centre provides resources for students including information about employment options, disclosing disability when seeking a job and rights under anti-discrimination law. Please direct your students to our Job seekers with a disability page.

We also host career events for students to meet employers offering graduate roles, traineeships and internships. Many of these organisations will be on campus throughout the year, providing students the opportunity to network and ask questions about their programs. Visit our Graduate recruitment programs and Internship and vacation work programs page for a list of organisations offering additional opportunities for students with a disability.

Many faculties provide mentoring programs to assist new or struggling students with the requirements of their degree, and to provide friendly support and advice. Visit Support networks page.

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Postgraduate students


The Careers Centre understands the unique challenges faced by postgraduate and higher degree research students.

We have created a workshops series taliored made for postgraduate students which are run throughout the year. These workshops focus on presentation and networking skills, as well as addressing selection criteria in applications and resumes. Please direct students to our workshop descriptions page or CareerHub for up to date workshop listings.

The Careers centre provides resources for postgraduate students including information about employment options, advice about writing a PhD, scholarships and support. Visit our Current postgraduates page for more information.

Students also have the opportunity to discuss career options, get advice for further study, and resume consultation with a career adviser. Students are able to make an appointment online through CareerHub.

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Other Careers Centre services include:

Community engaged learning and teaching

Our career expertise, industry knowledge and employer networks provide a tremendous benefit to students. Many faculties regularly invite us to present careers workshops to students at the faculty level. The Careers Centre and faculties have a significant influence over the employment outcomes of our students. Find out how we can work together to assist your students with their career needs and goals.

We have a range of modules to select from or alternatively can tailor a workshop or series of workshop modules to match your requirements. These modules are specifically designed to assist faculties to meet their Graduate Attributes policy obligations.

For further information visit our Faculty Modules page. To book a workshop or series of workshops please contact Karen Cavanaugh, Career Development Manager, on 02 8627 8403 or

Workshops

In addition to faculty based workshops, we offer a wide range of general workshops that are designed to address the ongoing career needs of our students whilst also reflecting current trends and changes in the market. These workshops will provide students with the key skills they need to be successful in their search for internships and graduate opportunities.

Please direct your students to CareerHub to see what workshops are available to them.

Careers fairs and networking events

The Careers Centre presents a range of careers fairs for students to meet employers in their industry and find out about graduate and career opportunities.

Benefits of attending careers fairs:

  • the single best way to meet a range of employers face-to-face
  • offers students the opportunity to ask questions and build relationships

Employers come onto campus to meet our students, giving them the opportunity to get a head start in the competitive graduate and internship market.

In addition to the fairs we also have a wide range of employers coming onto campus to present to students in a more intimate setting. Information sessions are an ideal way for students to connect with employers.

Benefits of attending information sessions:

  • employers share inside information about their organisation
  • students have the opportunity to network with employer representatives


While this kind of opportunity is perfect for students who are currently looking for internships and graduate opportunities, employers are also on the lookout for future candidates so it is a smart way for students to start building their networks before they even apply.