Welcome to WSU Careers


Students

As a current student, we can help you plan your career, provide feedback on your resume, help with your job hunt and prepare for interviews. We offer:

Career and resume advice
face-to-face, over the phone and online consultations

Job Match
Matches your skills, experience and qualifications to employers

Resources
a repository of self-paced, self-help material that suits your busy life

Jobs
on- and off-campus jobs, international internships and volunteer opportunities

Workshops
build your practical job-seeking skills

Career expos & events
meet your future employers and industry peers

tailored information for our international students

Graduates

Stay in touch with Western Sydney Careers by updating your CareerHub profile with your personal email address.

Stay connected as an Alumni of Western Sydney University;

Register for Job Match to receive invitations to apply for jobs;

Receive career advice via our hotline or face to face;

Gain access to graduate programs;

Source degree-related jobs.

Employers

Meet the next generation of global citizens, leaders and change-makers. We at Western Sydney University Careers are the link to connect you with our students.

Fill your vacancies
If you know the type of skills, qualifications and experience you want to hire, use Job Match. Or, promote your opportunities to our students and graduates via the CareerHub job board.

Career Expos
Our events provide you with unparalleled opportunities to connect with our students and academics.

Partner- and mentorships
Connect with your future employees. Participate in our discipline-specific programs. See our list of programs open for employer participation.

Staff

We have comprehensive career programs and services coupled with events to complement your teaching activities. We can help you to increase the employability of your students and to fill on-campus positions related to your program or research.

We at Careers can assist you to:

Hire a student;

Arrange a guest lecture;

Link with employers;

Participate in discipline-specific programs;

Tap into our career development resources