Deciding what you’ll do after university requires planning, preparation and initiative. Find out how to make decisions, develop your skills and build your experience while you study. You can also access information specific to your faculty.
- Knowing yourself
Understand your interests, skills, values
- Exploring your options
Get to know industries, organisations and opportunities, network, gain work experience
- Making decisions
Set yourself goals and time frames
- Taking action
Understand the job transition process
Careers pages by faculty
Architecture, Building and Planning
The built environment covers a broad range of professional skill areas, and leads to careers that help to shape the world in which we live.
Arts graduates go into a wide range of careers reflecting their interests and the breadth of studies possible within their degrees.
Business and Economics
Business and Economics graduates go into a wide range of careers reflecting their interests and the breadth of studies possible within their degrees.
There are a range of career paths for education graduates, including higher education/tertiary, schools, vocational education and training (VET) colleges, private and industry-based education and training organisations, and Adult Community Education (ACE). Online learning is also a growth area.
Studying Engineering and IT offers graduates a wide range of career possibilities. The resources here and on the Melbourne School of Engineering website may assist you in researching, preparing for and planning your career.
Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Graduates go into a wide range of careers reflecting their interests and skills developed in their degree. Some pursue work immediately after graduating, most pursue professional entry graduate study and research pathways. As 12 of the 13 majors in B-BMed are shared with the BSc, information below links you to science and technology related resources.
Science graduates go into a wide range of careers reflecting their interests and the breadth of studies possible within their degrees.
Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences
Veterinary, agricultural and food science graduates embark on a diverse range of careers across government, corporate, educational, research and entrepreneurial settings.
VCA and MCM
Graduates from the creative disciplines of music, visual arts, performing arts and film within the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and the Victorian College of the Arts enter into a wide range of careers which reflect your passions, interests and the breadth of studies possible within your degrees.