VOLUNTEER AT UniSC
Through the Students as Partners Program you can register to become a volunteer, leader or representative.
VOLUNTEER IN THE COMMUNITY
Contribute to your community by volunteering at not for profit organisations.
WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME (WES)
Gain real world unpaid industry experience in addition to your program requirements.
WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING (WIL)
Put theory into practice through an internship, placement or wider field experience.
The Student Sponsorship Scheme can support you to represent UniSC at a pre-approved conference.
Study overseas and earn credit towards your UniSC degree through UniSC's Study Overseas Program.
FIND A JOB
Look for work while you study. Student Hub has full time, casual and part-time jobs available now.
STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARD
Compliment your degree with a formal recognition of your enhanced employability.
UniSC MENTORING PROGRAM
Connect with experienced professionals in your industry for advice and support on transitioning to the world of work.
Real work examples to help you understand what graduates actually do on the job at some of the leading graduate employers.
Online Trade Accelerator program providing you the opportunity to engage with local exporters and gain hands on experience.
Undertake learning enrichment through online courses, UniSC supported training and development.
Most opportunities are not advertised and come directly from your connections. Explore opportunities below to build your network.
The UniSC Mentoring Program provides a unique opportunity to connect with UniSC alumni for support and encouragement to assist your self-development and learning. It aims to improve professional performance and develop your potential. You can register as a mentee at any stage throughout your studies. Visit the UniSC Mentoring page for further information and to register.
Your UniSC Student Guild is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting, representing and enriching the experience of students at UniSC. The guild provide opportunities to get involved in a range of events and activities, clubs and societies at UniSC and outside of University. You could even start your own.
Many industry professional associations provide memberships for students for free or at a reduced cost. It’s important to stay up to date with changes in your industry, and joining a professional association is a great way to do this. You’ll also benefit from access to job opportunities, professional development, creating important networks and enhancing your resume. You can search on StudenHub to find links to your industry association.
Through Events and Workshops such as the Careers iEngage series and the Careers Fair- you have unique opportunities to connect with industry and create networks. Search StudentHub to register.