Degrees from the Singapore campus of James Cook University are internationally recognised with the Australian higher education system being one of the best in the world for both quality and high academic standing.
All courses offered on the Singapore campus of James Cook University are James Cook University Australia courses. And James Cook University Australia is ranked in the top 4% of universities in the world based on the 2014 assessment by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The ranking is based on the university’s academic and research performance.
Our study program provides graduates with the qualifications and skills for entry into the global workforce. All degree programs emphasise skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, effective communication and familiarity with information technologies. Our students consistently gain full time employment within six months of completing their studies.
The Singapore campus of James Cook University Careers Services Office offers a range of services to employers to assist them with recruiting high quality James Cook University students and to promote their companies on campus.
CareerHub is a web-based careers and employment administration system that provides an electronic communication hub between our students, employers and the Careers and Employment Service staff. BENEFITS OF REGISTERING ON CAREERHUB
As a CareerHub registered employer, you can:
- maintain your contact details and list your company into appropriate employment categories
- add a list of contact people within your company who are responsible for recruitment
- add vacancies directly to the CareerHub system for students to search
- edit and close the vacancies you have listed
- view a history of all the previous vacancies you have listed on CareerHub
- add events you are running to CareerHub for students to search (employment related only)
REGISTERING ON CAREERHUB – IT’S EASY
To register as an employer on CareerHub you need to:
- click on the 'register' button within CareerHub and complete the registration form, nominating a user name and password
- wait to receive approval of your application via email from the Careers & Employment staff
To register on CareerHub, click here.
The Singapore campus holds a Careers Fair annually.
These events provide an opportunity for employers to meet, network and discuss career and employment options with current students and recent graduates.
Employers who wish to register interest in attending the Careers Fair should email email@example.com.
Please be aware that there are limited places available at the Careers Fair. If you are unsuccessful in securing a place at the Careers Fair we will be happy to discuss other suitable options for connecting with students.
Employers are welcome to make reference material, hard copy information and applications for your organisation available to students through our service.
All information is promoted and displayed within the Careers Service. There is no charge for this service.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Industry Link program aims to create opportunities for current students to connect with professionals in the workplace to find out about prospects and pathways for their degree as well as advice on how they can prepare and be career-ready at the end of their course.
Students and professionals can connect via an e-mail, phone conversation or brief meeting. Your connection with a student might be a one off meeting or email but in other cases you may agree to maintain a longer term connection.
Careers Service manages the referral process to ensure that employers are not overwhelmed by student contact. Referrals will not exceed one per month unless otherwise agreed. We are seeking to attract a network of people who are interested in engaging with emerging professionals before they graduate. If you would like more information or would like to register as a contact for our Industry Link program please contact us email@example.com
The Career Advisory Centre can assist you to organise face-to-face interactions with students via On-Campus Presentations and Information Sessions. Typically this is facilitated through our twice a year at the Career Fairs that we organised on campus.
We can promote your campus visits to targeted groups of students and assist with venue and audiovisual equipment requirements for your On-Campus Presentations and Information Sessions. Every classroom has dedicated Computer System (Desktop running on Windows and Projector Screen with audiovisual systems) in place. We do not schedule student interviews on campus.
If you wish to discuss your vacancy or recruitment program with faculty representatives, Career Advisory Centre can put you in touch with the respective academic staff.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
to arrange for a discussion.