Not sure what you want to do? Thinking on your next step?
Become aware of the career options and job opportunities that are available to you, no matter at what stage of study you are.
Where do I want to be?
Asking yourself questions such as "who am I?" and "where do I want to be?'' is important when considering what career decisions and directions you want to take. Explore this in the Self-understanding section.
Contact Career Services
Need to talk to someone?
Contact the Career Success Centre to get the help you need to find the career you will love.
Making career decisions
Understand the concept of a career in today's world, learn about the current world of work, and explore the range of jobs people are doing in your industry of interest.
Understanding career options
Use resources and the experience of the Career Counselling team to gain awareness of your needs and wants to identify the career option which suits you.
Top ten employability skills
According to the Employment Skills Survey done in 2006 by Victoria University of Wellington these are the top ten employability skills employers are looking for in new graduates.