Looking for a fun start to the semester? Join us at our first social event of the year!
Bond with other MQ students over fun team-building games, social networking, and most importantly, FREE FOOD! Not to mention, a chance to WIN A $50 RAFFLE!
When: Wednesday 6th of March, 12-2PM
Where: Macquarie University Lake
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We’ll see you there!
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Keen to maximise your university experience by developing new skills, adding to your CV, and making new connections with students and industry professionals? Join ASA as part of our sub-committee!
From here you can progress to a committee or executive role, working in one or more of our Secretary & Events, Marketing & Publications, Human Resources and Treasury divisions.
For Semester 1 of 2019, applications are open for the Secretary & Events and Marketing & Publications teams ending 3 March.
No experience? No worries!
The only requirements for Sub-Committee members are:
- Be a current Macquarie student
- Have at least 6 months left on your degree
- Be able to spare a minimum of 2 hours per week
Make your mark today and apply at asamacquarie.com/sub-committee NOW!
We look forward to seeing your application!
ASAMQ are happy to announce we have partnered up with ApplyGrad Inc to bring you a Careers Guide.
A must read for all commerce students! Get motivated to kick start your career today with our 2016 Careers Guide!
The Guide is jam-packed with details about the various steps involved in the recruitment process and industry guides on the different accounting and finance career paths.
Link to Full Careers Guide:
ASAMQ Careers Guide 2016
BDO’s 2017 Cadet Program is now open!
As a BDO cadet, you will be working full time as a paid trainee accountant whilst studying your undergraduate degree part time. You’ll have the opportunity to apply your technical skills in a practical environment AND be a part of a dynamic and diverse team.
Opportunities are available within the Audit and Private Client service lines.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get a head start on your career!
To be considered for a cadetship with BDO, you will need to meet the following requirements;
• Completed your HSC by the end of 2016
• Proven academic achievement
• Intention to study a single major degree in accounting, commerce or business (accounting major) which allows you to be eligible to study for CA program
• Australia or New Zealand citizen or Permanent Resident
Previous experience with customer service (accounting or non-accounting related) is highly desirable.
To apply and find out more information on the Cadet Program, visit http://goo.gl/zHAVRu
Applications close Sunday 19 June, 2016.
There’s no substitute for getting to know us in person, so come along to our digital careers event in our office on Tuesday 22 March. You’ll be surprised how many options there are to work in the digital space at EY whether your degree IT related or not. We’d welcome the chance to outline how you can help build a better working world at EY, answer your questions and find out about you.
You’ll meet some of our people as well as fellow students who’ve been on one of our programs. It’s an ideal opportunity to discover more about our organisation and explore what’s on offer.
The key details are;
Date: Tuesday 22 March from 5-7pm
Time: 5pm – 7pm
Location: EY Sydney, 680 George Street, Sydney, 2000
Don’t forget applications are currently open for the EY Graduate Program, Vacationer Program, Game Changers Club.
Apply online at www.ey.com/au/careers/apply.
BDO Australia are offering graduate opportunities in the following service lines (commencing early 2017):
• Business Recovery & Insolvency
• Corporate Finance
• Private Clients
• Risk Advisory
• Tax – Corporate & International (please note – these roles will commence July 2016)
• Tax – Transfer Pricing
Applications close 27 March, 2016. Applications are invited from Australian / New Zealand Citizens and Australian Permanent Residents only.
Whatever direction your future career takes, getting exposure to tax through the Young Tax Professional of the Year (YTPY) competition is a fantastic way to kick it off.
This is an international competition that offers you the chance to:
- Start making the contacts who’ll drive your career forward
- Learn about the worldwide career opportunities in tax
- Discover how a world-class professional services organisation uses tax advice to give its global clients the edge
- Impress our judges and you could win a place on our Vacationer Program and attend the international final in Amsterdam in December
How to enter
The Young Tax Professional of the Year competition is open to all Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and holders of Australian
Permanent Residency. Applicants must be students in Australia studying an undergraduate, postgraduate or masters course graduating between 2016–2019.
Enter at facebook.com/eycareers The deadline for entries is 12 noon, Friday 29 April 2016.
Have you ever wanted to know more about the Transaction Advisory Support (TAS) division? This is your chance to learn about life as an EY transaction professional.
You’ll also have the opportunity to network with industry professionals over food and drinks!
RSVP today by emailing email@example.com