Monday, 08 May 14:00


Multifunction Room
1888 Building (Graduate Student Association), University of Melbourne, Parkville, 3010, Victoria



Taking a step from student to full-time career professional is not always an easy path. This workshop is designed to help prepare graduate students for the challenges of entering the world of work.  

This 3 hour workshop will help you identify how your degree is relevant and attractive to future employers and in professional contexts. You will participate in exercises that will help you explore skills and attributes gained during your academic degree and confident communication to enhance your professional profile. This workshop is useful for students at any stage of their degree.  

Limited to 20 places. Only $25 for graduate students. 

Afternoon tea and refreshments will be provided.

Key content and exercises: 

  • Identifying and communicating about hard and soft skills/attributes

  • Developing strategies for transferring skills to professional contexts

  • Establishing personal and professional goals and plans

  • Reflection and feedback

Pre-workshop requirement

It is recommended that participants complete a brief questionnaire as pre-work, 3 weeks prior to participating. This is easily administered online and will be sent to selected attendees.

Venue: Multifunction Room, 1888 Building

Delivered by: Fiona Koetsier | International Communications Consultant 


GSA Programs Agreement 

Before purchasing your ticket, please read the program Terms and Conditions, which includes our Pricing Information and a Refund and Close Door Policyhttps://form.jotform.co/70178692664871