Professional Transitions programs
These programs have been developed to help increase students' confidence, ability and motivation to transition professionally from their degree into global employment. They provide students with:
- an understanding and ability to apply career concepts and theories, focusing on self-assessment, exploring opportunities, decision-making and managing transitions
- the opportunity to develop a strategic career plan, concentrating on employability skills, strategies for implementing career development plans, and practical job search strategies.
Topics include cover letters, resumes, interviews, and career action plans (including self-awareness, researching and networking). The programs are delivered through seminars and online activities.
These programs are delivered, in conjunction with the faculties, through a combination of seminars, workshops and online materials. They're designed to help build your confidence in career planning, finding work, developing a professional profile and writing job applications.
View program resources and online activities in Moodle
- Arts Postgraduate (login)
- Business and Economics Postgraduate (login)
- Engineering (login)
- Psychology (login).
- Education (Berwick, Clayton and Peninsula)
- Engineering (Clayton).
This program provides you with an insight into the recruitment processes to help you get the job you want. Find out more about Recruitathon.
We offer short, intensive programs usually held during semester breaks. Topics include job search strategies, cover letters, resumes, online applications and responding to key selection criteria and interviews.
Sessions were held at:
- Clayton in February (login), March (login) and July (login)
- Caulfield in February (login), March (login) and July (login).
Working in Australia
These sessions target our international students wanting to develop an awareness of Australian workplace culture and learn how to find and apply for work in Australia.
Sessions were held in February, March and July on both Caulfield and Clayton campuses.