We aim to prepare you for your future career from the moment you start studying with us. Below are some options that focus on the transition between university and work by building student experience and developing the skills employers' value most.
You can extend your career development with work-related elective subjects available within the Bachelor of Arts.
Note: To view more information about these subjects, enter the subject code in the subject search page.
- HUS1FAS: First-year academic seminar: Big Questions in the Humanities and Social Sciences
- HUM2WRS: Work Ready Skills and Planning your Career
- HUM2SLC: Service Learning in the Community (to be confirmed)
- HUM3CWI: Career Management and Contemporary Workplace Issues
Internships and work experience
Placements provide a chance to add to the knowledge you develop while at University, gain insight into an occupation and industry, develop your professional and personal skills and set you apart from other job candidates. Find out more.
You can broaden your horizon by taking part in an overseas study program. We have partnerships with over 100 universities in over 30 countries in Asia, Europe and North and South America. Find out more.
Career programs and workshops
Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of programs designed to put your academic knowledge into practice, learn new skills and engage with your campus and local communities. See available workshops and events.
There are a number of activities you might plan to be involved in that develops your skill set, builds on your experience and work readiness. This could include clubs and societies or student organisations. Find out more.