I hope that your studies are going well and you are enjoying life at Uni.
As a student it is never too early to start to think about your career and life beyond university.
If you haven’t given much thought to your career then now might be a good time to start.
The university and Science Faculty provide a broad range of options and opportunities that will help you to get started including:
A range of resources and workshops to help you develop and identify your employability skills.
Visit Career Connect in the campus centre and drop into see one of the career consultants or make a booking via Career Gateway.
A new online tool designed to help you prepare for your future career.
You can use Student Futures to:
- Find opportunities to develop the skills employers need
- Track and reflect on your progress
- Prepare for job applications and interviews
This online tool is a great resource to help you develop, understand and articulate your employability skills to potential employers.
So sign up for Student Futures today and start developing those skills.
Science students, do you have a career question you want to talk over? Join this informal, small-group session to engage in personal discussions about your employability and career plans in science and/or other professions. Sessions available in May.
Bookings: Career Conversations (Science)
Science Programs and events
The Science Faculty runs a range of programs for science students. Have a look at our Industry Placement Programs these programs are an excellent opportunity to gaining industry experience and develop key employability skills. Industry Placement
In August, we also run our Science Industry Week. This is an opportunity for students to hear from employers and industry guests about opportunities with a science degree.
Good luck and enjoy your career research.
Lisa Happell is a Careers Education Consultant with the Careers, Leadership and Volunteering division.
The next Career Conversations series will be: