Resources for Students

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Western Sydney University Careers offers information, tools and resources to help you get a job and build your future career.

Career Information

Careers in... brochures

Check out the complete list of our degree brochures with career information for students available on CareerHub (opens in a new window) using your Western Account ID and password.

Where graduates go

Each year, along with all other Australian universities, Western Sydney University carries out a survey asking new graduates what they are doing. This takes place about four months after completion of a degree.

Where graduates go gives you a selection of the full-time employment and further study destinations entered in recent years by new bachelor degree graduates under the age of 25.

MyFuture - Comprehensive Australian career information

Myfuture is an Australian online career information and exploration service that assists career planning, career pathways and work transitions.

MyFuture now has a subscription fee to access the service.

Increase your awareness of degree related occupations.
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GoinGlobal - for International careers

If you are seeking an international experience you will find the country career guides on Going Global are the ultimate international job seeker's guide!

Packed with country-specific information, this massive research tool contains more than 45,000 resources for finding international employment at home and abroad. Each guide has been developed by a local career specialist, and contains recommended web sites and detailed resource descriptions on vital employment topics such as:

  • Job search resources: general and specialised job sites, job fairs, newspapers, government-sponsored employment offices, head-hunters/recruiters, internship programs and temporary staffing agencies
  • Information on employment opportunities and trends
  • Industry-specific trade and professional organisation information and links: issues of special concern for foreign professionals, education requirements, trade associations, and industry web sites
  • Business resources: Trade Councils, Chambers of Commerce, and other professional networking organisations
  • Work permit and visa regulations
  • Finance and compensation information: taxes, cost of living, medical insurance, vacation/leave, etc.
  • Resume/CV writing guidelines and examples
  • Cultural and interviewing advice

Access GoinGlobal (opens in a new window) using your CareerHub login details.

Tools and Activities

Careers Toolkit

Advance your future with our Careers Toolkit

  • Career Planner tool to help plan your future
  • E-Learning courses on a variety of work and career topics
  • Employer videos tell you what employers really think
  • Practice Tests to help you prepare for your interviews

We have consolidated our platforms. As a result you can now access your Careers Toolkit through CareerHub (opens in a new window) using your Western Account ID and password .


CareerHub (opens in a new window) is our online database where we manage student and employer information, activities and events. It is your portal to all of the services that we offer.

  • job opportunities
  • upcoming events and expos
  • career development programs

Log in to CareerHub using your Western Account ID and password.

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