Extra employability support for international students

All Swinburne students, including international students, can get access Swinburne's jobs and careers services.

If you’re an international student, you can also access extra support to boost your employability and become job-ready.

Use your time at Swinburne to build the skills and mindset that employers look for. Employers are after work-ready graduates who can demonstrate they have strong skills in communication, problem-solving, team-work and more.

We will work with you to develop these skills and connect you to events and activities that will give you that extra employability edge.

Contact us

For individual support or to find out more about our employability seminars and activities for international students, contact:

Olivia Doyle
International Student Adviser – Employability
t: +613 9214 8348
e: odoyle@swin.edu.au

Working in Australia while you study

If you are in Australia on an approved student visa, you are allowed to work, but you and your dependents:

Job Club

Job Club is a group for international students, meeting twice monthly (Hawthorn campus) to support each other's employment-seeking activities. You will find out about:

  • current vacancies
  • job search tips
  • resume and cover letter writing
  • interview skills.

You don't need to register for Job Club, you can just drop in. Check out the Job Club event details below.

Job Club and study skills events for international students

Emerging Leader Information Session (webinar)

Join this online webinar to learn about the Swinburne Emerging Leader Program and the application process.


Emerging Leader Information Session (webinar)

Join this online webinar to learn about the Swinburne Emerging Leader Program and the application process.


Emerging Leader Information Session (webinar)

Join this online webinar to learn about the Swinburne Emerging Leader Program and the application process.