There are a range of activities and services available to assist you with your career planning, career decision making, and getting an appropriate job at the end of your degree.
Careers, Alumni and Industry Relations offers support in resume writing and job interview skills for students who are about to graduate or do an internship. Our Employment Consultant can also help you with job application preparation by providing feedback and advice.
We all need to plan and make decisions to help us progress in our careers. The Career Consultants are highly trained experts who can sit down with you and help you work through any of the issues associated with careers. We will help you understand yourself, understand opportunities open to you, and understand influences around you so that you can make decisions from choosing appropriate programs to choosing suitable careers. We also guide you on how to go about setting career goals and achieving them.
Careers, Alumni and Industry Relations provides a wide array of career information in a variety of formats for you. They include a wide range of leaflets from the Job Shop or provided by industry, online channels (the Career Centre facebook and Career Resources). We also provide our students with the Career Development Guidebook, developed by our expert staff, to help you through all the major career related issues and steps it takes to become work-ready by the end of your study.
In addition, we present you with a general picture of where our recent graduates go after they finished their study at RMIT University Vietnam through the outcomes of the Vietnam Graduate Outcomes Survey to give you better understanding of your careers options.
You are encouraged to participate in a number of career programs and events which assist you with career exploration. Many opportunities are provided to enable you to experience industry work, connect with industry professionals as well as get ready for the transition to suitable employment.
Most students have the opportunity to undertake an Internship, where you spend from 12 weeks to one year at an industry site with an industry professional who gives you real work.
In this program you will be linked with a professional from an industry area of your choice, who can give you answers to lots of career questions and help you with your employment exploration. Take the guesswork out of making decisions about your career.
Each year around July, we set aside a particular week where we all focus on helping you with your careers. A whole host of activities are organised for you to participate in. These include workshops, information sessions and Career Expo.