Careers & Employment:
Casuarina Campus (Darwin)
Postal Address: SAES, CDU Casuarina Campus, Darwin NT 0909
Telephone: +61 8 8646 6288
Facsimile: +61 8 8946 6642
University Switchboard: +61 8 8946 6666
University Homepage: www.cdu.edu.au
Alice Springs Campus
Postal Address: PO Box 795 Alice Springs 0871
Telephone: +61 8 8959 5311
Facsimile: +61 8 8959 5343
Charles Darwin University (CDU) offers exciting academic opportunities and globally respected qualifications in one of the world’s most culturally and biologically diverse regions. The University has received recognition in three world rankings for excellence in the university sector and by the expansion of its reach both in the eastern states and in the Northern Territory.
As a ‘Dual Sector’ institution, offering both higher education and vocational education and training courses (VET), CDU is privileged to educate more than 22,000 students either online or through one of our nation-wide campuses. The CDU Careers & Employment Team are able to help employers connect with students by promoting job vacancies and opportunities, facilitating employer information sessions or promoting information via our noticeboards located on campus.
Services and Programs
- CDU CareerHub: free online tool to promote job vacancies, events and opportunities for students.
- Career Counselling
- Display of promotional material on campus noticeboards
- Targeted emails
- Information sessions
- Mock interview sessions
Employer visits are available throughout the year upon request. To arrange a visit please contact the Careers & Employment team.
There is currently no Careers Fair scheduled for 2017. If you are interested in discussing alternative ways to promote your organisation or vacancies, please email email@example.com or call +61 8 8946 6288.
Auditorium ■ Audiovisual equipment ■ Interview rooms ■ Lecture theatres
■ Videoconferencing room ■ Catering service.
Indigenous students are supported by the Indigenous Academic Support Unit.
Support and Equity Services provides a range of services for specified equity groups.
Fields of Education
Aboriginal and Australian studies, Animal Studies, Art, Architecture & Design, Commerce, Communication, Education, Engineering, Environmental Science, Health & Nursing, Hospitality & Cookery, Humanities & Social Science, Information Technology, Language Studies, Law, Library & Information Studies, Music, Pharmacy, Psychology, Science, Social Work, Sport Science, Tourism, Trades
Number of Graduating Students (approximate)
Aboriginal and Australian studies 15+, Art & Design 15+, Commerce/Accounting 110+, Information Technology 30+, Education & Teaching 530+, Engineering 30+, Environmental Science 20+, Humanities & Social Sciences 90+, Law 80+, Health & Nursing 345+, Research 15+, Science 25+
Team Leader – Careers and Employment
T: +61 8 8946 6288
Senior Student Advisor
T: +61 8 8959 5312
Employer Liaison & Administrative Officer:
T: +61 8 8946 6288
Important Dates 2017 (not yet supplied)
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