Adapting to the Australian job market – for international studentsPosted: February 13, 2015
Are you one of the many international students who will graduate with the opportunity to remain in Australia to undertake employment? Are you seeking Australian work experience or an internship during your studies? Discover proactive job search strategies that work for international students and graduates and learn the skills and information you need to present yourself with confidence.
If you have ever felt frustrated by Careers Fairs and employers advertising roles for ‘Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents only’, then this seminar is for you. International students and graduates can experience success in their Australian job search, but will benefit from looking for work differently than local students do. This seminar will assist international students who are considering remaining in Australia post-graduation on the 485, 517, 462, 457 or similar visas, as well as those who are seeking Australian work experience or an internship during their studies.
Topics covered include:
- Talking to potential employers about your visa status
- Using your research skills to target employers
- Conducting a regional job search from Brisbane
- Building your professional network to increase employment opportunities
- Applying for unadvertised jobs
Students are welcome to attend seminars on any campus.
You can register to attend a seminar by logging into the events section on CareerBoard.
Seminar access for all abilities
We try to ensure that our seminars are accessible to all students. If you have a disability and require assistance to access our seminars, please contact the Disabilities Service.
|Nathan||Tuesday 3 March||11 am – 1 pm||N78_-1.12|
|Gold Coast||Wednesday 4 March||11am – 1 pm||G42_3.05|
|Southbank||Wednesday 11 March||10 am – 11:30 am||S07_2.16|
|Nathan||Wednesday 11 March||2 pm – 3:30 pm||N53_0.59|
|Gold Coast||Friday 13 March||11 am – 12:30 pm||L08_1.06|