Careers fairs

During the year we are involved in running, organising, and participating in a number of careers fairs.

The following is a selection of our annual events, to learn more please contact ANU Careers and we can discuss any upcoming opportunities.

Tertiary to Work - 12 March 2020

Tertiary to Work is Canberra's largest graduate careers fair! Meet with students from the Australian National University, UC, and ACU all in the one convenient location. The fair will allow you to showcase graduate employment opportunities to students from a broad range of academic disciplines. The event is attended by more than 60 of Australia's largest employers, including: Federal and NSW government departments, financial services, professional services & technology firms, engineering firms, community organisations and more! In 2019 we had over 1200 ANU, UC and ACU in attendance. 

If you need further information contact contact@tertiarytowork.com.au or ANU on careers.employer@anu.edu.au

Law Fair - 17 March 2020

The ANU Law Fair is an opportunity to meet with outstanding students who are looking to advance their career in the field. Students come from a diverse range of academic backgrounds because the ANU offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in law, including the LLB, JD, Graduate Diploma and Masters programs, practical legal training through the Legal Workshop and research degrees such as the SJD and PhD. In 2019, we had 25 employers and 300 students in attendance. 

 For further information contact careers.employer@anu.edu.au

Employer Visits Program 

Wanting to host an on-campus presentation or networking event?

Our peak Employer Visits Program takes place in March and April each year and we also run ad-hoc sessions throughout the year. 

Book an employer event through our online form. 

Get in touch with us at: careers.employer@anu.edu.au

International in Focus- August 2020

International in Focus is an opportunity to connect with students interested in a career in an international or global organisation.

It aims to create meaningful connections between employers and students, with presentations and networking events from number of high profile development organisations, as well as a number of Canberra based employers and international graduate employers. 

There will be two themes of presentations and networking events. One is looking at careers in development and aid organisations, and one stream looking at graduate opportunities abroad, in students home countries, as well as opportunities for international students in Canberra.