Introduction to Employment Opportunities

In order to ensure practicality and applicability in education, Swinburne Vietnam is planning to implement various forms of collaboration with businesses. These collaboration forms include signing agreements for internships at companies, providing industry-specific training, and engaging in commercial research partnerships. These collaborative efforts are aimed at ensuring that Swinburne students, upon graduation, will be introduced to high-paying job opportunities that are well-suited for the global business environment and capitalize on the opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

 

Support for Interview and Job Application Skills

Throughout their studies at Swinburne Vietnam, students have access to and actively participate in sharing sessions, discussions, and workshops led by industry experts, business leaders, or human resources professionals from various organizations and companies. Topics related to interview skills and CV writing are shared to help students refine their skills and create effective CVs before seeking suitable employment or job referrals.

 

Enhancing Workplace Skills

To secure desired job positions, students need to continuously learn and improve their workplace skills within the corporate and office environments. Students should understand which skills are currently in demand in the job market, especially in the era of Industry 4.0.

Therefore, participating in experiential activities in class, extracurricular activities, internships, fieldwork, and attending panel discussions with business organizations are highly beneficial methods for students to prepare for their career paths.

 

Skills that employers are currently seeking include:

  • Direct and written communication skills
  • Emotional intelligence (including self-awareness, self-discipline, and self-motivation)
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Technical skills
  • Leadership skills
  • Project management skills
  • Teamwork skills
  • Critical thinking skills.

Moreover, employers highly value students’ real-world experiences and seek individuals who fit their organizational culture.

 

Exploring Career Potential

In today’s job market, exploring and creating career opportunities for oneself is crucial. Swinburne Vietnam students can achieve this based on their interests, skills, and the knowledge they have acquired.

Students receive guidance on choosing their majors and careers from the Student Support Department, which relies on assessments, statistics, and comprehensive evaluations throughout their academic journey. The career guidance department helps students gain self-awareness and better understand the working environment before officially deciding on their career paths.

 

Understanding Oneself

You can determine your value, find motivation in life, and discover your untapped work potential by following these approaches:

Curiosity – Open-minded thinking to embrace new things

Collaboration – Being willing to give and receive support

Action – Trying new things and embracing challenges, learning from experiences

Development – Facing new challenges courageously and learning from experiences.

 

Understanding the Work Environment

Learn about various career paths and find ways to apply your qualifications, knowledge, and skills effectively in every job. Learn how to decipher new career trends and strive to build an effective network of relationships that can benefit your future career.

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