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.
Urban designers and planners, architects and landscape designers, property and construction management professionals, as well as heritage and cultural conservators are some of the professional studies within the Melbourne School of Design.
If you are studying the Bachelor of Environments, you can seek entry level positions after graduation in government at all levels, business or with a consultancy. However, most students decide to pursue postgraduate studies to ensure they have the professional qualifications and recognition to build their career.
Knowing yourself and your careers goals
Investigate your career ideas and consider possible pathways towards achieving your goals. There are several ways you can begin to develop and plan your career:
Exploring options and gaining experiences
Inform your career choices through exposure to people, careers and workplaces of interest – career research, interviews, volunteer and work experience.
- Career guide
Our career guide provides an overview and contact details for organisations, companies, government and authorities as well as professional and student associations in the built environment.
- Career Services For Environments & Melbourne School of Design Students
- Internships for Melbourne School of Design students
- Internships, work experience and mentoring
- Career links – Environments
Preparing your next steps
Consider your next steps, whether employment or graduate study. Develop your network, engage with the world of work and articulate your value to employers.
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