Completing Your Studies

Student Development International holds several seminars for all international students who are due to complete their studies at the end of the teaching period. The seminars cover many topics to assist you with:

  • Understanding and marketing your cultural strengths
  • Employment in Australia and internationally
  • Preparing for graduation
  • Returning home
  • Post study work rights and options in Australia

These seminars are free but places are limited! Register now! The first seminar 'Preparing for graduation and returning home' will be live streamed however live chat function will not be available. 

Preparing for graduation and returning home
This seminar includes graduation procedures, returning home, reverse culture shock and how to stay in touch with the UNSW community.

Date: Tuesday 2 October, 1 pm - 2.30 pm
Columbo Theatre A

Live Streaming: Login with your zID andenter the student enrolment key Graduation2018

Finding Work Internationally
Learn job search tips for approaching the job market overseas.
Date: Wednesday 3 October, 12 pm - 1 pm
Venue: CLB2

Finding Work in Australia
Learn job search tips for approaching the job market in Australia.
Date: Wednesday 3 October, 1 pm - 2 pm
Venue: CLB2

Post Study Work Visa Rights & Options
Presented by Acacia Immigration Australia.
Date: Friday 5 October, 11.30 am – 1 pm
Venue: CLB 1

Marketing your Cultural Strengths
In this seminar, you will identify your cultural strengths and understand the importance of marketing and developing your own personal brand.
Date: TBA
Venue: TBA

For further information, email

Your graduation and family visa information

You can invite your parents to Australia to attend your Graduation Ceremony. To do this, you need to write an invitation letter to your parents indicating you wish your parents to attend your Graduation Ceremony in Australia. You will need to demonstrate you have completed your degree and are graduating. You will need an Award Statement.

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