Career Development

Career Development is just one of many support services provided by the university to its students. Our staff members are available to assist students throughout their time at UNE, from day one through to transition from study into graduate employment.

Our vision is to help our students become career-ready through becoming (1) self aware of their interests, capabilities and life plans, (2) opportunity aware of potential career pathways and opportunities, and (3) strategically aware of the skills and strategies required to successfully self-manage career transitions.

The student lifecycle can be collapsed into three main phases:

Exploring, Experiencing, Enacting

Throughout phase one, Exploring, Career Development can provide students with many services, including:

  • assistance with career planning
  • advice about relevant courses of study
  • evaluation of work style and preferences
  • appraisal of career transition readiness
  • group workshops on job applications and interviews
  • individual consultations.

Throughout phase two, Experiencing, Career Development can provide students with many services, including:

  • professional skills development (eg WORK300/500)
  • access to internship opportunities
  • group workshops on job applications and interviews
  • individual consultations.

Throughout phase three, Enacting, Career Development can provide students with many services, including:

  • assisting with formulation of career objectives for graduate employment
  • providing information about graduate employment opportunities
  • reviewing and providing feedback on draft job applications prior to submission
  • group workshops on job applications and interviews
  • individual consultations.

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