Postgraduate Study & Networking Forum

If you are an experienced professional, a current undergraduate student, or have just finished your degree and are considering further study, you're invited to join us at the Postgraduate Study & Networking Forum.

Learn about our diverse range of programs, speak with Admissions, or find out about support services in the expo area. Or refine your knowledge in the three different breakout spaces running workshops and presentations delivered by our Academic Colleges and industry partners.

Once you have all the information you need, grab a free bite to eat and network with some of Australia's top Academics, current students and industry insiders from external ANU partners like EY, SEEK.com.au, LinkedIn, Agile Digital and Federal Government.

You'll also have the opportunity to meet with ANU Careers, Admissions and ANU Accommodation Services to discover what support services are available to postgraduate students during and after your studies. Registrations are necessary. 

 

Presentation schedule 

New to networking?

4:30pm - 5:15pm: Join ANU Careers in the Cinema, Cultural Centre, Kambri for "Networking For Success". In this workshop you'll learn the fundamental basics of how networks are important to the world of work and how to identify and develop your networks potential. This session is a perfect for current undergraduate students.

Location: T2 Space, Cultural Centre, Kambri

5:30pm - 5:50pm: Maximising your postgraduate achievements in a professional services career - practical insights from global "Big 4", EY
Bridget McNeilly, Partner, Advisory, EY

5:55pm - 6:15pm: Designing your career for a disrupted world
Sarah Goss, Head of Special Projects, SEEK

6.20pm - 6.40pm: The digital future could leave you behind; how to become relevant, respected & rich!
David Elliot, Director, Agile Digital

6.45pm - 7.05pm: The joy of being a public servant
Dean Knudson, Deputy Secretary, Department of Environment and Energy, Australian Government

7.10pm - 7.30pm: Building a standout LinkedIn profile
Michael Golledge, National Account Executive - Government, Health & Education at LinkedIn
 

Location: Drama Theatre, Cultural Centre, Kambri

5:30pm - 5:50pm: Strategic negotiation skills 
Scott Chamberlain, Senior Lecturer, ANU College of Law

5:55pm - 6:15pm: Preparing for work in the Asia Pacific - panel discussion 
Sung Lee, Director, PwC Asia Practice & ANU College of Asia & the Pacific

6:20pm - 6:40pm: '2019: a year of turbulence in the Asia Pacific?' - panel discussion 
Nich Farrelly, Associate Dean (Development and Impact), ANU College of Asia & the Pacific

6:45pm - 7:05pm: Career pathways for postgraduates in Visual Arts, Design and Curatorial practice 
Dr Erica Seccombe, Lecturer Foundation Studies, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences

7.10pm - 7.30pm: Knowledge for a sustainable future: environmental challenges for Australia and the World - panel discussion
Dr Craig Strong, Associate Director (Education) & program convenor, Carl Tindemann, Melanie Pill, Edwina Fingleton-Smith - The Fenner School of Environment & Society
 

Location: Cinema, Cultural Centre, Kambri

5:30pm - 5:50pm: Career opportunities and outcomes with Applied Data Analytics
Hear from Associate Professor Kerry Taylor, Course Convenor, a current student and an Alumni with an opportunity for Q & A following the presentation

5:55pm - 6:15pm: REIMAGINING new frontiers in Engineering and Computer Science
Representatives the College and the 3A Institute will outline some of the exciting new postgrad opportunities followed by a brief Q & A session

6:20pm - 6:40pm: Social research methods and data analytics at the ANU 
Professor Matthew Gray, Director for the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods

6:45pm - 7:05pm: Ethical leadership - 'where business management meets human rights' 
Dr Jolyon Ford, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (International), ANU College of Law

7:10pm - 7:30pm: Postgraduate Management and MBA at ANU 
Dr Alex Richardson, Deputy Director (Education) & Senior Lecturer, Research School of Management, ANU College of Business & Economics
Attend this talk to hear more about study options in management and business administration, or find out more about our MBA program and scholarships available.

Sessions

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20 May 2019
Time Name Venue
4.30–5.15pm Networking for Success »
Cultural Centre »
Cinema
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5.30–5.50pm Maximising your postgraduate achievements in a professional services career - practical insights from global "Big 4", EY »
Cultural Centre »
T2 Space
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5.30–5.50pm Strategic negotiation skills  »
Cultural Centre »
Drama Theatre
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5.30–5.50pm Career opportunities and outcomes with Applied Data Analytics »
Cultural Centre »
Cinema
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5.55–6.15pm Designing your career for a disrupted world »
Cultural Centre »
T2 Space
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5.55–6.15pm Preparing for work in the Asia Pacific - panel discussion  »
Cultural Centre »
Drama Theatre
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5.55–6.15pm REIMAGINING new frontiers in Engineering and Computer Science »
Cultural Centre »
Cinema
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6.20–6.40pm The digital future could leave you behind; how to become relevant, respected & rich! »
Cultural Centre »
T2 Space
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6.20–6.40pm 2019: a year of turbulence in the Asia Pacific? - panel discussion  »
Cultural Centre »
Drama Theatre
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6.20–6.40pm Social research methods and data analytics at ANU  »
Cultural Centre »
Cinema
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6.45–7.05pm Career pathways for postgraduates in Visual Arts, Design and Curatorial practice  »
Cultural Centre »
Drama Theatre
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6.45–7.05pm Ethical leadership - 'where business management meets human rights'  »
Cultural Centre »
Cinema
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7.10–7.30pm Knowledge for a sustainable future: environmental challenges for Australia and the World »
Cultural Centre »
Drama Theatre
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7.10–7.30pm Postgraduate Management and MBA at ANU  »
Cultural Centre »
Cinema
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