The time has come to graduate. Are you celebrating the end of your university life or worrying about the choices you need to make to secure a graduate position?

Don’t panic! The University is always here to help.

Career Counselling

counsCareer counselling is a process which emphasises self-awareness and a better understanding of the world of work.

Common areas explored through career counselling include:

  • career planning
  • developing options
  • exploring preferences
  • job search skills
  • interview coaching
  • career transition issues

Talk with one of our qualified Career Development Consultants, either face-to-face, over the phone or via Skype. Forty-five minute appointments are available Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:00pm.

You can and book an appointment online via CareerHub or contact us on +61 3 6226 2511 if you need help.

Apply for a Job

resumeOrganisations recruit employees in a range of ways. Usually the job application process involves completion of some or all of the following documents – either online or via hard copy.

  • application form
  • cover letter
  • resume or curriculum vitae (CV)
  • responses to ‘selection criteria’ or ‘position criteria’

Check out our fact sheets for detailed guidelines.

Succeed in an Interview

interviewA job interview is the most important aspect of an organisation’s recruitment process. If you are offered an interview you should feel confident that your application has been competitive.  Your aim now is to convince the employer that you are the best person for the job!

The interview is an opportunity to market yourself and show how well you are suited to the organisation, so preparation is vital to ensuring you perform at your best during an interview.

Check out our fact sheets for specific guidance for interviews or book your spot online via Careerhub for mock interviews and workshops that are ran throughout the semester.


Graduate Programs

gradGraduate programs are structured, professional development programs run by some organisations, which have roles designed specifically for new or recent graduates across a broad range of study areas.  You typically commence a graduate role after completing your final year of study.

Most employers recruit for their graduate programs between February and March in the year prior to graduates commencing employment and require completion of your degree within the previous two years to be eligible.


Many graduate programs are advertised on CareerHub.





You can also check:

Graduate Careers Australia


Graduate Opportunities