About our services
Having access to career support services as a student is critical, especially during the early stages of your career. It is important to start developing your professional skills and experience while you are still studying, as it will prepare you for the world of work.
What we offer
We offer a range of career services, such as, diagnostic testing to determine skills for work, workplace language tests, CV development and internships. These services will give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your chosen career and industry.
We are continuing to expand the range of career support services we offer our students and clients. We see the development of your future as one of our key goals and we will work together with you to achieve this.
The Australian Workplace
- The Australian workplace is generally informal but highly professional.1
- Australia has a highly multicultural workforce, with more than 200 languages spoken in the workplace.2
- Australia’s main trading partners are China and Japan.3
- The median annual starting salary for new graduates aged less than 25 and in their first full-time employment in Australia is $48,000.4
- Australia ranks 26th on the International Satisfaction with Life Index.5
- 1&2. Australian Government
- 3. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
- 4. Graduate Careers, Graduate Outlook 2009 Snapshot
- 5. Adrian White, Analytic Social Psychologist. University of Leicester