Employment and industry experience

Whether you’re looking for casual work while you’re studying, an opportunity to develop your industry experience, or professional roles in your chosen field, planning how and where to look will help you find relevant opportunities.

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Gaining experience

Volunteering and working part-time or casually gives you the opportunity to begin developing some of the skills employers are looking for. It is also an opportunity to explore your interests and work preferences.

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Building relevant experience

Finding an employment opportunity that will help you develop your skills, industry knowledge and networks while you’re studying can help you achieve your goals when it comes to graduate employment.

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Work-integrated learning

Structured and purposefully designed for learning, these experiences blend theoretical concepts with practice-based learning.

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Graduate employment

Whether you are looking for a graduate position or a place in a structured graduate program, understanding your options will help you decide which is best for you.

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