How do I benefit?
- Inspire the next generation of global business leaders
- Showcase your industry expertise and knowledge
- Develop your own personal brand and profile
Every year we deliver a range of business focused leadership forums, employability workshops and career information sessions that inspire and challenge our student cohort. These take place both on and off campus, in-person, virtually and globally.
We cover a wide range of topics such as job search preparations; career insights and information; exploring shifting industry trends; social impact and corporate social responsibility; technologies impacting on business; leadership in a globalised economy; and various business careers topics.
How does it work?
We run a cycle of events, and secure speakers and facilitators that are leaders in their field who will inspire our students. In addition, we welcome organisations to deliver tailored workshops to our students.
This sounds great. What’s next?
Contact one of our expert team members, to discuss how you or your organisation can collaborate with us and inspire the next generation of business leaders.
Frequently Asked Questions
- My organisation is recruiting for undergraduate and/or graduate positions. Can we promote our positions on campus?
My organisation is based outside of Australia. Can we get involved?
Yes. As a part of the University’s effort to prepare our students as global citizens, we encourage students to connect and engage with industry both domestically and internationally.
- Who are the students?
I work in a discipline outside of business but am interested in this. Can I still be involved?
Yes, as a University, we encourage cross-disciplinary engagements and can help facilitate this. The Faculty of Business & Economics' students bring along professional acumen that is relevant to any industry.
Please contact one of our expert team members for more information.
Can my organisation deliver a workshop off campus?
Yes. If you have a free workshop or event that you’d like to invite students to, we can help you promote this through our communication channels.
Who arranges room bookings and coordinates events held on campus?
University staff members will be able to assist with room bookings and AV set-up for employability workshops on campus.
How many students usually attend these workshops?
Attendance typically will vary based on:
- Time of year - whether students will be off-campus or are completing assessments
- Targeted audience and cohort size
- How many employment or engagement opportunities are available to students by the employer
- Workshop topics or activities
Will I be paid a fee for speaking?
No. Requests to speak as a guest lecture, workshop facilitator or host are not paid. However, the University and our students are grateful for the invaluable industry expert contributions.
I / my organisation run workshops but charge a fee for them. Can we be involved?
As a part of the University’s Terms and Conditions to promote services and opportunities available to students, services or opportunities must be free.