Careers and employment centre

Students

The Murdoch Careers and Employment Centre is a service available to all Murdoch students.  We are located on the South Street Campus, staffed by a team of professional Career Development Advisors and Career Employment Officers.  Our professional services encompass all Murdoch campuses and also extends to external and off-shore students.

The Careers and Employment team encourages and supports you in making the most of your university experience to enhance your employability and career readiness.

Develop your point of difference, start your career journey now!

Our support services include but are not limited to:

More information on our services and how we support students can be found here, or visit us in centre.

Latest Up-dates

The Murdoch Careers Centre has moved!

To accommodate the construction of the new Student Hub and our future relocation to The Loft, we are temporarily relocated until the end of 2017.
In the meantime you can find us in the Student Centre. Simply turn right when you walk in and there is no need to take a ticket.

Murdoch University Law Career Mentoring Program

This program is about matching current law students with professionals in the industry. The aim is to exchange knowledge and career development skills via regular meetings between the mentor and the mentee. This is a great opportunity for current students to learn more about their career journey and employment goals upon completion of their studies.
This program is designed for current law students in their penultimate or final year of studies. The prgoram runs from May to October. This is your chance to find a mentor in your future field of work. Your mentor will have a Law degree and at least 3 years of relevant work experience.

To find out more information to sign up please click here.

Please note this program is a pilot program and runs for the very first time this year.

Enhance your Employability

From First year to Final year

An online support module is now available on the Learning Management System (LMS) for all current students with tips and information on how to enhance your employability throughout all stages of your degree. For more information click the image below.

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