Our award winning careers service provides outstanding careers support to all international students. Our specialist international careers team provides a range of programs and information services to assist international students to plan for their future careers and compete for graduate jobs.
COVID-19 Update: In responding to COVID-19 and practicing social distancing, we have made all of our support services online which has also enabled us to reach out to international students who are still studying in their home countries due to travel restrictions. This includes online career advice appointments for international students, resume and cover letter checking via VMock and ZOOM, tailored interview workshops and professional English communication training modules as well as opportunities to connect international students virtually with local and overseas employers.
We understand that students from China are not just here for an international education, and we recognise that for most students a successful career is the most important consideration.
That’s why we offer an award-winning careers program providing expert support to Chinese students to help them prepare for graduate jobs in Australia and China.
This unique and exciting program is aimed at students who wish to gain first-hand experience of the business environment in China.
This 4 week program is funded through the Australian government’s New Colombo Plan scholarship with the aim of providing Australian students with a deeper understanding of Chinese language, industry, culture and workplace practices.
We have partnered with the Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) department to create a bespoke employability learning experience for international short study tour students.
Students who participate in this program will not only increase their English language ability but also improve their employability.
We can assist employers to connect with talented Chinese students and graduates of the University of Adelaide. We work closely with hundreds of Chinese and Australian employers who wish to specifically engage with this target group of students.