There many ways in which you can connect with international students and graduates. Here are just some of the fantastic initiatives and programs managed by state and territory bodies to help you engage with fresh international talent.
The project will develop a city focused employability program working with industry, government, students and the broader community to enhance employability options for students with international experience. It will provide access to work integrated learning, internships, mentoring, volunteering, workshops and leadership forums and online support.
Study Melbourne provides businesses access to unique global perspectives from Victoria’s deep pool of multilingual and culturally diverse international student talent. Businesses ranging from start-ups, to established SMEs and large enterprises have been involved in Study Melbourne’s collaborative learning projects including Live Projects, SummerTech LIVE, the Global Student Entrepreneur Program as well as applied research projects on international student entrepreneurship.
Territory businesses employ international students and consider them valued members of their staff. The international connections and perspective they bring are beneficial to NT business, especially businesses exporting into Asia or looking to start exporting. Download the guide for Territory employers produced by StudyNT and the Northern Territory Chamber of Commerce.
The material contained on this website has been developed by the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) with the support of Australian Government’s Enabling Growth and Innovation program. The views and opinions expressed in the materials do not necessarily reflect the views of or have the endorsement of the Australian Government or of any Minister, or indicate the Australian Government’s commitment to a particular course of action.