UNSW Careers Expo 2020

*EXPO is now filled. Please consider presenting during UNSW Employer week*

Connect with UNSW students at our biggest event of the year

Showcase your brand and employment opportunities on campus and meet over 3,000 UNSW students face-to-face. Recruit for internship and graduate programs and build your talent pipeline. 

About the UNSW Careers Expo 

The UNSW Careers Expo is open to all UNSW current students. Majority of students attending are in their final and penultimate year from Business, Engineering, Arts and Social Sciences and Science faculties. Check out all of UNSW faculties here

What to bring? 

Bring your banners, marketing collateral, giveaways and business cards to help leave a lasting impression. We recommend you build a pool of organisation representatives, that you provide with training to take along to Careers Expos and Campus events. Don't forget to include UNSW alumni in the organisation representatives mix! 

Please note, registration approval is subject to UNSW terms and guidelines.

Booth: 3m x 1.5m, one table, two chairs, velcro-backed panel, faculty colour coding system, electricity and Wi-Fi

Catering: A buffet lunch and afternoon tea for four representatives 

Promotion: Inclusion in a university marketing campaign

Volunteers: Access to our motivated student volunteers to assist your booth set up and provide support

Cost

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Price from 14 Dec 2019: 

Single booth (3m wide): $1,950 (GST included)
Double booth (6m wide): $3,900 (GST included)
First time attending: $1,200 (GST included)
Professional Association / Not for profit rate: $975 (GST included)

Please allow 4 weeks for processing of invoice issuing 

Here are some of the organisations that have previously attended UNSW Careers Expo: 

151 Property, 4mation Technologies Pty Ltd, Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, ACCA, ACS Foundation, Adobe Systems, Advisian, Aftercare, AIESEC, Akuna Capital, AlphaSights Limited, AMP, Appian, APRA, APT, Arup, ASIO, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, AstraZeneca, Aurecon, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, BDO, Beca, BHP, BIS Oxford Economics, Blackdot, Blaze-International Holdings, Bloomberg, BMD Constructions, Built, Calibre, Caltex, Cancer Council NSW, Canterbury Bankstown Council, Capgemini Australia, Carlton & United Breweries, Chantelle Mansour, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CIMIC Group, Cisco, CMOC Northparkes Mines, Cognizant, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Conservation Volunteers Australia, Consulate-General of Japan - Sydney, Coty Australia, CPA Australia, CSC, Cubic Transportation Systems Australia, Deloitte, Department of Defence, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Deutsche Bank Australia, Dexus, Diageo, Digital Alchemy, Dixon Advisory, DocuSign, DREAM, DXC Technology, Dyson, Eclipse, EML, EPIC Assist, Ericsson Australia, Ethos Urban, Evans Dixon, Expedia, Exponential Trading, Factory Mutual Insurance Company, FactSet, Fair Work Ombudsman, FDM Group, Finity Consulting, Flow Traders, Foresight International Education Center, Freyssinet Australia, Fujitsu, GBST Holdings, GHD, Golder Associates, GradAustralia, Gradstream, Grand Metal, Growthbuilt, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, Hatch, HDE Inc, Hireup, Honeywell, iCare, Imagination Technologies, IMC, Integrated Research, International Convention Centre Sydney, IRESS, Jane Street, Japan Exchange & Teaching Programme (JET), Jinko Solar Co., John Holland, Johnstaff, KordaMentha, KPMG, Law of Two Group, Lindsay Dynan Consulting Engineers, LogMeIn, Macquarie Cloud Services, Manpower Services, Mars Australia, McGrathNicol, Medallia, Mindfields, Mirvac, NAB, Newcrest Mining, Norman Disney & Young, Northern Star Resources, Northrop Consulting Engineers, NSW Treasury, Optiver, Opus Recruitment Solutions, OSIsoft, OzHarvest, Palantir technologies, Procare Group, Professionals Australia, Project Everest, RB, Reckitt Benckiser, ResMed, Resolution, Annalect and Facilitator, Rio Tinto, Robert Bird Group, Round Oak Minerals, Royal HaskoningDHV, RSM, SAS, Schlumberger, Schneider Electric, Servian, South32, Susquehanna, Sydney Water, TBH, Teach For Australia, Telstra, The Aurora Project, The Australian Network On Disability, The Department of Infrastructure, The Intern Group, The Smith Family, The Treasury, Tibra Capital, Tibra Global Services, Transport for NSW, Transurban, Unilever, Vivienne Court Trading, Watermark Funds Management, Watpac Construction, Weir Minerals Australia, Westpac Group, Whitehaven Coal, William Buck, Winning Group, WPP Consulting