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Unlock your potential through co-curricular activities that enhance your employability.
The UniSC Student Leadership Award is a program that recognises students professional development, co-curricular learning, and community volunteer contributions undertaken while studying at UniSC.
It adds value to a students resume and job applications by demonstrating enhanced employability and leadership skills to future employers.
Undergraduate students accrue points to receive the Award upon graduation, and can also achieve certificates for each category throughout their studies.
Voluntary contributions and community engagement
Engage in the community, contribute to enhancing the student experience at UniSC and develop your leadership potential.
Work experience and industry connections
Gain real world industry experience and build important networks to enhance your employability.
Professional Development and Learning Enrichment
Get exposure to learning enrichment and extension activities to build skills and excel in your profession.
Research and Development
Contribute to research outcomes, and bring ground-breaking knowledge to complex issues.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Generate ideas through creativity, develop an entrepreneurial mindset and promote innovation.
Carmine, 2021 Award Recipient
“Through the SaP program as a leader, my own learning was improved as the sharing of knowledge provided self-reflection in my own studies. I gained essential graduate skills such as critical thinking, organisation, communication, and problem solving. I acquired a greater network by working alongside staff and students across different disciplines which will be an asset to my future career.”
Raymart, 2021 Award Recipient
“Contributing to UniSC through co-curricular activities has not only greatly increased my employability, but has also developed my passions for learning, for empowering my peers, and led to awesome global opportunities and networks. In contributing to these programs, I have developed a genuine enthusiasm for advancing the student experience to ensure my fellow students have a voice.”