This presentation is designed specifically for International Students to learn about Careers Expo at the University of Adelaide. During the 1.5-hour presentation you will learn about Careers Expo, important event details and how to best prepare for the event so you make the most of your time and stand out to employers. Topics covered will include:
This presentation is specifically designed for students from the Faculty of Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics and Science plus Architecture.
Management consulting firm, Bain & Company, is recruiting Associate Consultants (ACs). Bain & Company helps transform the world's most important businesses into vigorous, agile organisations that anticipate the unpredictable, adapt rapidly to disruption and outcompete their opposition.
We are looking for bright, creative women and men of exceptional intellectual ability and character to join our consulting team as Business Analysts for 2020.
Port Jackson Partners is a top-tier boutique strategy consulting firm advising CEOs, boards and executives on their most significant business challenges.
Are you interested in a career with Boston Consulting Group (BCG)? Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy to major corporations, government bodies and not-for-profits.
We are excited to announce applications are now open for the 2019 NAWIC International Women’s Day (IWD) Scholarship. Supported by our generous, long-term sponsor CULT, the $20,000 research scholarship is the most significant award of its kind for female professionals working in the property and construction industry.
In early January, the Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) was pleased to host Mike Party, incoming president of AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) see https://www.aapg.org/. AAPG is the world’s largest geoscience professional association, boasting a membership of over 40,000 professionals. Mr. Party, an Independent Oil and Gas geologist/businessman from Midland Texas, was in Australia on business and selected ASP as his focal point for promoting university/industry collaboration in oil and gas. Mike enjoyed an afternoon tea visiting with students and staff and held wide-ranging discussions on the present and future state of the petroleum industry and technical issues around basin evolution and climate change. He will be highlighting his time here as part of his first ‘President’s Column’ in the AAPG Explorer (the association’s monthly newsletter) and looks forward to future involvement with the School and University – as long as further meetings involve his newly-found favourite snacks: the quintessential Australian Tim-Tams & Mint Slices.