Got a great idea and not sure what to do with it? The University of Newcastle are nurturing people just like you. Check out what these clever cookies from the University of Newcastle have been designing and developing. Entrepreneurship is a rapidly growing career path and not just for those studying a Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Solutions to present and future problems are being … Continue reading Innovation has a new home: The University of Newcastle
Although University is a place to have fun, meet new people and study for the degree program of your choice, it is also an important stepping stone into the working world. At the University of Newcastle there are plenty of ways you can get ahead to ensure you stand out from the crowd when you’re approaching graduation and start applying for graduate jobs. Career Connect … Continue reading The One Thing Your Future Employer Wants You To Do Now
Just like a pizza, everything is better when it’s delivered to you. That’s what an event like the Careers and Employment Week is. Rather than having to go seek out your potential careers and graduate programs, for one day our Careers Team delivers them straight to you. #convenience Career Expos are your chance to make a great impression on your future employer. So don’t waste … Continue reading Why attending the Careers and Employment Week is a smart move
As much as we’d hoped for otherwise, it looks like 2022 might also have some uncertainties around COVID. Those New Year’s resolutions which you set might have well and truly gone out the window. But that doesn’t mean the rest of 2022 is a throwaway. While no doubt different to what you planned, the goals which you set for the remainder of the year can still keep you on track and guide you through 2022 as it continues to unfold. Maybe if you have never set goals before, this extended time at home is your cue to start building your goal-setting capabilities.
(Net)Work Hard, Play Hard. Networking might sound like the worst thing in the world sometimes. Starting a chat with strangers is just not it when unaccompanied by a schooner of liquid confidence in a crowded pub. But in reality, it isn’t so bad. After all, there are so many ways to network, you just have to use the methods right for you. Plus, networking is … Continue reading (Net)Work Hard, Play Hard
Interested in upskilling or gaining more experience while you study? Do you want to help out fellow students and make a contribution to campus life? Volunteering with the uni could be the answer! The volunteering program is well established at the University and while it looks slightly different at the moment in our online environment, there are still loads of opportunities up for grabs. I … Continue reading Everything you need to know about volunteering at the Uni of Newcastle
Are you looking for the perfect motivation to study hard and aim for excellence this year? The Academic Excellence Scholarships Recognising Outstanding Performance in Undergraduate Studies is just the thing for you! In 2019 our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alex Zelinsky launched a scholarship for undergraduate students that rewards outstanding dedication to their university degree and excellence in academic endeavour. The scholarship is a reflection of how … Continue reading 2021 undergraduate academic excellence scholars announced!
The prospect of studying at university can be daunting for anyone; whether you’ve come straight from having to ask the teacher to go to the bathroom, or helping your own kids through the HSC. Continue reading 10 tips for starting uni off on the right foot
There’s no denying that the job market right now is tough and a lot of students are feeling the anxiety of the situation. At our university we are lucky enough to have a dedicated careers team that assists students in increasing their employability and give them the best chance at landing a job. I got some advice from Renèe Smith, a Careers Consultant from the Careers Service, about job seeking in a time like this and how we can better our employment prospects.
Living on campus can be easy, fun and super convenient (hello rolling out of bed and into your 8am lecture within fifteen minutes) but there are some major reasons why you might be thinking of moving off campus.
The best thing about the Student Engagement Awards isn’t getting glammed up for the night, or trying to eat all the tapas you can manage, or even snapping that perfect pic for your Instagram story (although these are some great perks). The best thing about your Student Engagement Award is what comes next. Not only do you get the shiny certificate, but you also get to note on your resume that you were a winner. Pretty impressive stuff!
Becoming a volunteer doesn’t have to be a chore or even just something to chuck onto your resume and hope it impresses whoever is reading it.
As well as providing a platform for skill and network building, volunteering also allows students to get real world experience in areas of the community which they find interesting and even within organisations directly linked to future career goals.