External career related events
Sydney Genesis StartUp Program
Sydney Genesis is the University of Sydney cross-faculty start-up incubator program. Started in 2008, it has since supported more than 700 USYD students and alumni to start their business ideas. Each semester, more than 100 students enroll in the program, getting access to weekly workshops, one to one mentorship with outstanding entrepreneurs and business leaders, and pitching opportunities.
The seven finalist teams present their ideas before a judging panel that awards the winners with cash and in-kind prizes. In 2014, the Genesis Program expanded to South East Asia running the program simultaneously in three countries: Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar.
Applications: Applications for Semester 2 2016 open 4 July, with the program commencing mid-August.
To get involved, find more information here.
Taking place in October each year, Accenture Adventure brings students together to take on challenges and work together to reach the ultimate goal – a position within the 2018 Accenture Graduate Career Intake. It's an excellent way to take fast track into a graduate role before you've completed your final year of study.
* You must be due to complete your full-time studies mid to the end of 2017
* Minimum GPA or WAM of 70%
* Australian or New Zealand Citizens, or have Permanent Residency in Australia
* For any Canberra based applications you must be an Australian Citizen only
* You must attach a copy of your CV and academic transcript in order to be considered.
Applications: Applications close 5pm on Friday 12th August 2016.
Further information can be found here.
BNP Paribas APAC Graduate Program
When: Thursday 28 July, 6.30 8.30 pm
Where: BNP Paribas Singapore Office
Be part of the Asia Pacific story! Join BNP Paribas Group to learn more about our APAC Graduate Program designed to equip you with the technical skills and individual competencies to embark upon a successful career within the BNP Paribas Group. Find out more about the event here.
Who should attend?
This event is open to overseas returning students from all disciplines graduating in 2017.
When: Tuesday 2 August
Where: KPMG Sydney, Barangaroo
Register by Friday 14 July
KPMG are excited to announce we will be hosting an exclusive KPMG Enterprise event on Tuesday 2 August. This will be a great opportunity for students to meet with our Enterprise division at our wonderful new office in Barangaroo!
Students will hear from Partners and various business representatives from the KPMG Enterprise division. KPMG will provide service line overviews, Q&A Panel and networking afternoon tea, to allow students to learn more about this growing and exciting division at KPMG.
Deloitte's Risky Business
Are you a passionate and energetic student studying a degree in Business or Commerce, Information Technology or Information Systems, Engineering, Maths or Statistics, Psychology, or Project Management?
Attend our Risky Business information night where the women of Risk Advisory will share with you the opportunities for you to work in a supportive environment where you are encouraged to solve complex client problems and gain insight into the work Risk Advisory does, the fastest growing area of Deloitte Australia.
Risk Advisory works across internal audit and technology advisory, Forensic, Risk Analytics, Sustainability, Cyber Security & Cyber Crime and Crisis Risk Management working for Australia’s largest organisations.
On the evening, you will:
- Fun speed dating with current employees – meet and greet with women from graduate through to analyst, manager, Director and Partner
- Hear from a panel and ask any burning questions of what life is like in the largest global professional services firm
- Information on Deloitte programs and open roles
- Informal networking over champagne and canapés
Tuesday 2nd August from 68pm
KPMG In House Tax Event
When: Wednesday 10 August, 46pm
Where: KPMG Sydney, Barangaroo
Join KPMG for an afternoon of networking with business representatives and to hear more about KPMG’s Graduate and Vacationer opportunities within our Tax Division.
KPMG are actively looking for students studying business, law and commerce to join their Tax business groups. You’ll be able to meet some of the people from across the Tax division and discover more about the work they do, the backgrounds they look for and where you could fit.
Deloitte STEM Insight Night
This is not a standard show and tell evening about what we do – you get the chance to actually experience what we do and how we help our clients with their complex technology and digital issues (using real client work). This interactive evening will include protecting clients against cyber risk and cyber crime, assessing and mitigating organisational risk and much more!
Registration is open to all students currently studying a bachelor or postgraduate Science, Technology, Engineering or Math focused degree.
Tuesday 23rd August 6.00-8.00pm
The AMP University Challenge
Are you keen to put your studies to use in the real world? The AMP University Challenge is your chance to experience first-hand the reality and rewards of a potential career in financial planning. Open to individuals or teams, this is a unique opportunity to combine your technical knowledge with your communication skills.
Enter the Challenge today by visiting the AMP website.
2016 Deloitte Development Program
Our Deloitte Development Program is a two-day interactive program, offering you professional development and an insight into life at Deloitte. There may also be the opportunity to secure a summer vacation position following this program.
You are eligible to apply if you meet one of the following criteria:
-Completing your first year of a three year degree; or
-Completing your second year of a four year degree; or
-Completing your third year of a five year degree.
Our Deloitte Development Program takes place on the 28th and 29th September 2016.
Applications open: Tuesday 19th July
2016 EY Career Compass Program
When: Wednesday 27 28 September
Do you think the world can work better? EY is looking for students from a range of disciplines including accounting, commerce, law, engineering, science, information technology, information systems, actuarial studies, economics, and human resources who:
- are keen to kick-start their career before graduation and learn as much as they can about professional services
- have a range of interests outside study and are focused on achieving personal and professional goals
Learn more about yourself, develop interpersonal skills and understand how to make smart career decisions. The EY Career Compass Program will give you the direction you’re looking for.
To be eligibility for this program you must be:
- In your first, second or third year of your degree if you are on track to graduate in mid or late 2018
- An Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian permanent resident
- Available for all two full days of the program 2 days from 27 – 28 September 2016
Further information can be found here
Applications: Applications close 26 August 2016