Careers Practitioners Seminar

Careers Practitioners Seminar 2019

About the event

This seminar gives you all the relevant and up-to-date information about what’s happening at Monash University. You’ll have access to key admissions and recruitment staff, plus our faculties will be on-hand to provide updates on course offerings and showcase key features in course delivery.

You’ll also have the opportunity to select from a variety of presentations from our faculties and departments, allowing you to tailor the day to best meet your needs. See workshops on offer.

When: Thursday 6 June, 8am - 2pm
Where: Level 3 Foyer, Building K, Campus Walk South, Caulfield campus

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Register now

For catering purposes, registration is compulsory. Registrations close Wednesday 29 May 2019.

Program

TimeActivity
8am:Registration

(free coffee cart from 8-9am)
Level 3 Foyer, Building K

9.15am:Welcome

Tamara Barth
Senior Manager, Domestic Student Recruitment

9.20am:Keynote address: Professions of the Future

Professor Susan Elliott
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Education), Monash University

As Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Education) at Monash University, Professor Elliott is focussed on actively promoting engagement and advocacy in shaping the University’s education agenda.

9.45am:Questions Keynote
9.55am:Review of Admissions 2018-19

Mr James Marshall
Director, Admissions

James will provide his usual informative snapshot of the 2018-19 Admissions period for Monash courses including:

  • Preference and offer information
  • SEAS and Monash Guarantee
  • An update on Scholarships
  • Any changes to courses and admission processes for 2019
10.15am:Questions for James Marshall
10.30am:Morning tea and faculty information booths

Building G Foyer (MADA)

11am:Session 1 workshops
12.10pm:Session 2 workshops
1pm:Lunch
2pm:Careers groups meetings

Contact us

For any questions about the event, please email onshore@monash.edu or call 9903 4763.

2018 Seminar Presentations

Download the PowerPoint presentations from last year’s seminar below: