Who are you?
How can you make good study and career decisions that will help you prioritise what's important to you and connect with opportunities that you are interested in? You are the expert in your own life, developing career self-awareness and knowing who you are is the first step. It’s worth looking at your individual values, interests, and skills to relate career options to you.
- Check out these Career Assessments to help develop your self-understanding.
Where can your specialist skills take you?
Your degree will give you an area of specialisation, and skills relevant to specific areas of employment. It is not possible to provide an exhaustive list of possible careers in any area, but our "What can I do with a degree from UC?" series can help you start this decision-making process.
- See our "What can I do with a degree from UC?" series - an A-Z of subject and degree-based employment information.
One size doesn't fit all
Successful course, degree and career decisions begin with knowing who you are and what you can offer.
Our Careers Consultants have created and collated a wide range of valuable self-assessment tools and career guidance information, which is available online and in brochure format. We also have a library of books and DVDs available for students to borrow.
Come in to our offices at Level 1 of the Geography building and get started.
Our discover your options brochure series
- Careers in the state sector (PDF 699KB)
- Considering a career in academia (PDF 589KB)
- How to set up a LinkedIn profile (PDF 354KB)
- How to make the most of Careers Fairs & Events (PDF 373KB)
- Questions for informational interviews (PDF 420KB)
- Top tips for sensible social networking (PDF 698KB)
- Volunteer work and your CV (PDF 465KB)
- Case interviewing (PDF 612KB)
- Job search strategies: International students (PDF 874KB)
- Registering on UC CareerHub as a graduate (PDF 351KB)
- Top 10 Tips on approaching recruitment companies (PDF 521KB)
- Top 10 Tips on finding engineering summer work (PDF 652KB)
- What should I wear to a job interview (PDF 745KB)