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UniSQ Graduate Employment Program

Expand your skills and kick start your career in higher education. Your UniSQ experience begins here.

The new world of work calls for innovation, collaboration and embracing change. As we continue to evolve as a University, we are focussed on delivering high-quality education programs, outstanding learning and teaching, positive student experiences and outcomes, and research that solves the problems that matter to our world. To do this, we need the best and the brightest of talent.  

Applications are now open for the first Alumni-only graduate employment program offered by the University of Southern Queensland.  We invite you to find out more about these exciting opportunities.

Entry requirements:  You must be a current student from a UniSQ Bachelor or Postgraduate program, or recently graduated within the previous five years to qualify for the program.


Keen to learn more?

Hear from UniSQ's Dean (Academic Transformation), Professor Lyn Alderman,  in a previously recorded webinar to find out more about the program or discover more about how we support First Nations peoples at UniSQ.

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Our Values. Our People. Our Story.

Respect. Integrity. Excellence.

These are the values that we live by and hold ourselves accountable to. Our people live out the UniSQ values every day through the positive, supportive and meaningful relationships they create with their peers, students and the community.

Sarah Murray
"I graduated from the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) program at UniSQ and have recently had the opportunity to work with the Academic Quality Unit, focusing on evaluation. I've learned how UniSQ evaluates its programs and to research and produce analytic reports, along with working in an academic setting. I'll now be able to write a paper for publication which will be very helpful for a PhD application and potentially a scholarship. If you're planning on applying for a PhD, I encourage you to apply. It will help you understand how the university runs and give you great exposure to research work."