Want to meet employers from a wide range of industries and learn about internships and graduate opportunities? We’ve put together a guide of upcoming careers fairs, along with advice from employers, so you can find the right fair for you.
Meet recruiters from some of the world’s top firms who are looking for bright and energetic students to hire for internship and graduate opportunities. Find out what skills these employers require for a career in this highly competitive sector and network with potential feature colleagues. 
Tip from OC&C Strategy Consultants: "Don’t be afraid to come and talk. Ask as many questions as you like, be curious!" 
Date: Thursday 23 February 
Time: 5.30 – 7.30 pm
Location: The Great Hall 
Find out more about the Investment Banking and Consultancy Careers Fair. 
The Graduate Jobs and Internships Autumn Fair is open to all students from every faculty and school. Whether you’re in the first or final year of your degree, you’re invited to come along to meet potential employers and network with leading Australian and global companies.
Employers at this fair cover a wide range of industries in both the public and private sectors and are actively recruiting for internships and graduate roles.
If you’ve just started your degree and are unsure about attending, checking out what’s on offer could help you gain a sense of direction, or even lead you to explore new career possibilities! 
Tip from mortgage lender Loanstreet: “Ask us questions. Remember, it’s a two-way process. We will get to know you and you will get to know about us.”
Date: Thursday 2 March 
Time: 12 – 4 pm
Location: The Great Hall and MacLaurin Hall 
Find out more about the Graduate Jobs and Internships Autumn Fair. 
The Engineering Careers Fair is the perfect opportunity for students to meet employers with expertise across engineering, project management and computer science. 
Taking place in person for the first time since 2019, this year’s fair brings students and employers together to discuss graduate employment, vacation placements and scholarship opportunities. 
Date: Tuesday 28 March 
Time: 12 – 3 pm 
Location: Seymour Centre
Find out more about the Engineering Careers Fair. 
The Law Careers Fair provides students with an exciting opportunity to network with law firms and find out how to make the most of their degree.
Seek advice about career opportunities in the sector and chat to experienced professionals about what employers are looking for in new recruits.
A great resource to read before the fair is The Law Society of NSW website. NSW Graduate Employment and Summer Clerkship Programs offered by law firms are coordinated by the Law Society of NSW.  
Date: Wednesday 29 March 
Time: 5.30 – 7.30 pm 
Location: The Great Hall 
Find out more about the Law Careers Fair. 
The Virtual International Careers Fair is a great online opportunity for international students to meet with Australian and overseas employers.
Hosted in a VR space, you’ll get the chance to network with employers through text chat and web call conferencing.
Organisations will also host keynote addresses where you can learn more about who they are and why you should work for them.
This resource will be accessible on demand for a month after being broadcast live.
Date: Thursday 30 March
Time: 5.30 – 7.30 pm (AEDT)
Location: Online 
Find out more about the Virtual International Careers Fair.
Updated: 14 February 2023
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