The CQUniversity Careers and Employment Service assists Future Students, Current Students and Employers in the following ways.
Future Students: are assisted in exploring their career options allowing them to make an informed decision on the best career path and university program for them to study.
Current Students are assisted when they are unsure if they are studying the correct program of study. They are also given assistance with job applications and job search strategies through a variety of employment preparation resources.
Employers: are assisted in promoting their organisation and job vacancies to current students in a number of ways. For further assistance, the Careers team can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CQUni CareerHub is an online jobs board that is exclusive to CQUniversity students. These jobs are listed by employers who are targeting the employment of current and graduating students.
CQUni CareerHub also has information available on:
This information can be accessed through the Info Sheets section of CQUni CareerHub.
Making an Informed Choice
Detailed information can make all the difference when you're faced with the many choices regarding your future education and career. Choosing the university and degree that’s right for you is important – matching careers and degrees with your strengths and interests will make a successful learning journey much easier.
Luckily, you can access many resources to help with career decision making:
Career Planning Sessions help future students to make career decisions in relation to occupation and program options and cater for students who are not sure of which program they should study or what career path is the correct one for them. See the detailed information in the below Career Sessions section for more
Program Advisors from our Student Support Centre are available to give individual advice on our degrees, scholarships, support services and more – call 13 27 86 for more.
Read course booklets and the QTAC Guide, or visit the websites listed below that can assist in helping select a career that suits your personality, interests and skills, as well accessing general information about universities and tertiary study.