External career related events

Events in September


Date: Friday 19 September 2014
Time: 2-4pm
Venue: Microsoft Australia, Sydney (Head Office), 1 Epping Road, North Ryde NSW 2113.
Registration required

Microsoft is delighted to invite you to this year’s highly anticipated female diversity event ‘Tech Femme’. Be part of the exiting forum together with other female students from top universities in Australia as we discuss technology careers for female graduates.

The theme this year of “Get Out. Get Mobile.” looks at how technology has enabled people to be productive, empowered, mobile and creating impactful experiences in their lives and the lives of others. It explores how we constantly push boundaries to create products, devices and services that can make an impact, even when people are “on the go” building a highly mobile world.

Jom Makan! Come and meet Malaysian employers and ACCA over lunch

Date: Tuesday 30 September 2014
Time: 12pm
Venue: Pinaroo Romm, Grace Hotel, Sydney 2000.

You are invited to a free networking lunch with Malaysian employers and ACCA Malaysia Tuesday 30 September.
RSVP by 23 September and enter a draw to win a prize to the value of $300. Register and bring a friend and double your chances!

You may also wish to attend the GRADUAN CAREERS FAIR at the Grace Hotel straight after the ACCA network lunch.

Events in October

Top Career ASEAN

Date: October 4-5, 2014
Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Top Careers ASEAN is an exclusive event where Japanese companies will be recruiting students graduating from Universities all over Southeast Asia, as well as Japanese students studying at Southeast Asian Universities.

For more information visit the website.

2015 Events

Events in February

Accenture Adventure

Accenture Adventure 2015

Accenture Adventure is a one-day event held in February in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra, and Brisbane that will assess your ability to work within teams together with Accenture Managers and Senior Managers to overcome real business challenges. The day is concluded with an interview with Accenture Leadership for which successful participants will be offered a role within Accenture's 2016 Graduate Program.

Applications are now open, why not launch your career today?

For more information & to apply visit accenture.com/adventure

Ongoing events

Take the BAT - Bloomberg Aptitude Test

Bloomberg aptitude test

Date: Last Friday of every month
Venue: Bloomberg office. Level 27, 1 Blight St, Sydney
Time: 10am–12pm & 3–5pm

The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) is a 2 hour 100 multiple choice test that assesses knowledge relevant to business, finance, and logical thinking in 8 sections.

It allows you to assess the practical and relevant skills required in the corporate world today, and compare with peers around the world. More importantly, taking the test puts your score at the fingertips over hundreds of employers who use the TalentSearch database to seek potential interns and graduates. When an employer enters search criteria, the system ranks candidates based purely on their test score only. Factors such as name, gender, age and resumes are all withdrawn, and in doing so ensures absolute transparency and equality, allowing those with true talent to stand out based entirely on their merits.

By investing two hours, you pave the way for employers to knock on your door without ever writing another cover letter or spend hours at a networking session.

By investing two hours, at the very least, you see where you stand against the rest of like-minded peers.

Best of all, it is absolutely FREE. And if you are unsatisfied with your result - feel free to repeat the test once a month, for as much as you want to, all for free as well. To date, it has been taken by over 160,000 students across 60 countries in more than 3,500 universities. Join the race today.

More information at: www.taketheBAT.com
Register at: http://goo.gl/MOEjyN


Win a trip to Dubai with KPMG

KPMG KICC Competition to Dubai

KPMG's International Case Competition (KICC) gives teams of university students the chance to work on a business problem in real time.

To get there, you'll think critically under pressure and challenge yourself to come up with solutions that are innovative and refreshing. To participate, you don't need to be studying a particular subject but you are required to have a keen interest in business and a passion for excellence.

The team that most impresses local business leaders, will find themselves travelling to Dubai on an all-expenses-paid trip, to compete in the international final.

Last year’s Madrid event saw four ANU students come home as global champions! If this sounds like it could be you, visit KPMG's KICC webpage to learn more. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 30 September.