Last chance to book your own Pathways To session. The series are customised sessions for each of the disciplines offered at the Graduate School. The series will provide you with an understanding of the specific industry you are looking to enter after you complete your studies and will help you to make your personal career plan. Read the rest of this entry →
The Pathways to… series are customised sessions for each of the disciplines offered at the Graduate School. The series will provide you with an understanding of the specific industry you are looking to enter after you complete your studies and will help you to make your personal career plan.
Pathways to sessions are available during the first month of the semester. Read the rest of this entry →
Mark will be sharing his experiences at University, the World Bank, and the world of finance with students for around 20 minutes before the floor will be opened for questions. Light refreshments and a networking opportunity will follow.
Date: Thursday, 30th August 2012
Time: 6pm onwards
Venue: ICT Theatre 1 (Ground floor)
Attendance: Free – seats are limited, register to secure you place at essaspeaker.eventbrite.com
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Are you an international student currently studying in Australia? Do you have questions about working or living in Australia and career pathways available to you?
If so, then ASA has the perfect event for you:
Date: Tuesday, 21st August
Venue: Alan Gilbert- Theatre 2 followed by a networking session at Alan Gilbert Room 118 (1st Floor Executive Lounge)
Cost: FREE for members. $10 for non-members (includes 2012 ASA membership.)
Food and refreshments will be served.
Attend this workshop and learn more about the accepted dress code at various business occasions as well as how to use LinkedIN to market yourself and connect with potential employers in your industry of interest.
Have you ever wondered what “smart casual” really means and how to best dress for various business occasions? Are you already using LinkedIN to connect with potential employers and to enhance your professional network? If you are unsure – then this is the right workshop for you! Read the rest of this entry →
The Accounting Students’ Association (ASA) is proud to announce that it will be hosting the Accounting Professional Pathways Evening (APPE) 2.
The focus of APPE 2 will be on Service Line Exploration. The evening will be focused on giving attendees a practical insight into the varying aspects
of each firm and the work opportunities available to students with differing majors or degrees, and where they fit into a professional services firm.
This fair gives you the chance to connect with employers who offer a variety of work experience opportunities including:
- vacation employment programs
- cooperative placements, cadetships and internships
- international graduate employment and work experience
- working holidays including paid and unpaid work opportunities both overseas and within Australia.
Find out more: http://bit.ly/MUWddv
Have an interest in a particular Economics issue? Interested in expressing your opinion on paper? ESSA is releasing its first biannual publication at the end of this semester, and we want our members to be a part of it!
ESSA will be running a ‘Members’ Article Competition’ in which the most outstanding submissions will be featured in the hardcopy publication at the end of the year.
Your piece should be no longer than one A4 page, and must be submitted by Week 4 by email to ‘email@example.com‘. So if you are interested in having your economic thoughts and ideas published in our magazine, email ‘firstname.lastname@example.org‘ with the subject ‘Writers’ Competition’ and they will email you with more details when they are released. Alternatively, keep an eye on our website, economicstudents.com, for all the details as they come.
The University of Melbourne’s Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA) proudly presents Q&A. This event will be in the style of the ABC’s Q&A television program. You will have the chance to ask our expert panel questions related to two economic issues of particular importance in Australia – immigration and the two-speed economy. Read the rest of this entry →
You can find out more about CAINZ and its activities by attending at one of two informations session this week.