Global Employability Week has now ended. Express your interest to attend UNSW Student Academic and Career Success 2021 engagement opportunities.
When: 21 - 25 September 2020
Time: 10am - 6pm
Global Employability Week, brought to you by Student Academic and Career Success & Study Abroad and Exchange, is a series of webinars related to the global employability for all UNSW students as well as information specific to international students.
The week is designed to enhance your understanding of global opportunities and expand your global network through various programs including employer presentations, panel discussions, career development seminars and networking.
Visit the Global Employability Week website to find out more & register
Networking with Industry
When: 25 September 2020
Time: 12pm - 2pm
Networking with Industry is an opportunity for both local and international students to connect with employers for global employability.
Participants are selected to attend this exclusive online networking event. All students from all faculties and levels of study are welcome to apply.
Exclusively meet representatives from participating organisations, build networks, ask questions and compare opportunities. Organisations attending: Morgan Stanley, Tata Consulting Services, Qualtrics, Amazon Web Services, Citadel Securities, FDM Group, NetApp, HENNGE, AlphaSights, Flow Traders, ConnellGriffin, CPA Australia, CA ANZ and more to come!
Additional industry representatives have been added, applications have been extended to Sunday 20 September. If you have already applied, your application is being considered. Results will be released early next week. If you are not selected, you are still welcome to attend all other seminars and presentations during the week.
- Global Employer Presentations
- Study Abroad and Exchange Seminars
- Career Development Seminars
- International Student Seminars
- Networking with Industry
- Global Employer Profiles
- More from UNSW Alumni & Engagement, ARC, Founders Program, International Student Experience Unit, Business School, Built Environment and Engineering Work Integrated Learning
AlphaSights, Amazon Web Services, Bloomberg, BOE Technology Group, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Citadel Securities, ConnellGriffin, CPA Australia, Ernst & Young, FDM Group, Flow Traders, HENNGE, Highered EFMD Shared Career Services, Jardine Matheson, Lockin U, McKinsey & Company, Morgan Stanley, NetApp, Nutanix, Professionals Australia, Qualtrics, Tata Consultancy Services and more to come!
Who can attend the week?
All UNSW students, from all faculties and levels of study are welcome to attend all sessions during the week with the exception of Networking with Industry. Applications for Networking with Industry are now open. If you are not selected, you are still welcome to attend all other webinars and employer presentations during the week.
When should I apply to Networking with Industry?
As soon as possible! Applications open 31 August and close Tuesday 15 September. Invitations to selected students will be sent by 5pm, Wednesday 16 September 2020. Apply here.
How do I prepare for the week?
Make sure your resume is ready for registration by getting a high score on Resume checker and following these video interview tips.
Don’t forget to update your LinkedIn profile using this LinkedIn Guide so you can connect with the employers after the event.
You can utilise the resources in the The Learning & Career Hub Resource Library:
Moodle Course Link: https://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.au/mod/page/view.php?id=3098548
Student Self Enrolment Key: ResourceAccess
Before the week, research the employers attending to find out which employers suit your interests and your industry. Featured organisations can be found on Global Employer Profile.
What platform will be used for the online webinars?
Microsoft Teams and Zoom. You will need to be logged into Teams and Zoom with your ZID.
I am not a UNSW student. Can I still attend?
The week is only available to UNSW current students and recent graduates.
Do I have to attend every session for the whole week?
Absolutely not, you are welcome to join the sessions that are of interest to you.
How do I express my accessibility requirements?
Please let us know in your registration if you need any accessibility requirements. You can also email the SACS Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a question or technical issues, who can I contact?
Please email email@example.com
This engagement opportunity may not be suitable for an MBA student, please refer to the AGSM Career Development Centre for MBA-relevant opportunities.