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Tips on How to Write an Effective Graduate CV

by Devina Tarin November 25th, 2015

Your CV or curriculum vitae, is one of the most important factors in getting the job that you want as it helps you stand out and can be seen as a form of marketing or advertising where you must sell yourself to employers and have it tailored to what they are looking for. A CV is essential for when you want to apply for full-time jobs, part-time, internal, external, promotions, new jobs, career changes, internships and work placements with experts saying there are some golden rules in getting your right CV aside from accuracy, spelling and grammar.

Your CV template structure would most likely have these sub headings:

  • Heading
  • The heading is generally your name followed by ‘CV’ or ‘Curriculum Vitae'
  • Personal Profile
  • Do not write a novel of your autobiography and only give key points that describes you and your strengths. Be confident and positive when writing your key statements. Also, instead of writing a personal statement, you could replace it with a career summary in what you want to do and why to showcase your future focus and direction. This usually grabs an employer's attention as most applicants are still unsure of what they want to do.
  • Experience (and/or Specialisms or Capabilities)
  • Experience is a bullet point description of your capabilities, not your career history. Ensure the experience you write down meet the requirements and are relevant to the type of job that you are applying for. As a graduate, you won’t have as much work experience in which you would refer to other aspects of your like experience such as experience in college or university, your hobbies, extracurricular activities such as social and sports achievements, clubs, and part-time jobs
  • Achievements
  • A description of your major achievements and ensure they refer to facts, figures and time scales. They should be the evidence of what you claim in your personal profile and be relevant to your potential role
  • Career History
  • A summary of your career history and start with the most recent or present job and end with the first. Show starting and finishing years as well as company name, city address, and your job title. Graduates generally have little work experience and so this section can be combine with the Experience section and prove the qualities that you have gained through your experience
  • Personal Details
  • This information should be succinct and would include your contact details such as your full name, sex, address, phone number, email as well as optional information on education, qualifications and references
  • Education and Qualifications
  • Depending on the employer and job vacancy, it is often better to separate your education and qualifications rather than in your Personal Details for emphasis and should be put at the top of your CV


When writing your experience, make sure to not only point out what you have done but also what you have achieved and gained from that experience. Using numbers and statistics would be an added extra in getting your potential employer’s attention as they add value.

Corinne Mills, a managing director of Personal Career Management has given tips on how to make your CV short but as effective as possible such as1:

  • Simple format and font – two pages of A4 with active language is recommended and keep it concise and direct without any waffling. This would help your employer read your CV without any difficulty as a CV is another way for potential employers to tick the boxes for the requirements and allows you a better chance of getting an interview
  • Tailor to specific job – have your CV relevant to the job application instead of sending the same generic CV to broaden your chances and stand out by selecting key skills that relate to the job description
  • Include key information – personal details such as name, address, phone number, email address and any professional social media should be put in your mini profile and clear
  • Showcase achievements – show your achievements that are related to the job you are applying at and always be honest. You can also include your good qualities such as leadership, teamwork, creativity, reliability and others
  • Check and double check – avoid having sloppy errors and mistakes in your CV and always ask for a second opinion from a trusted friend or colleague


Always be honest with your work as usually you’d have to have a reliable reference to back you up for your interview if you were to be called in. With this, you can also increase your value in being a first-choice or short-listed candidate by emphasising the availability of your references and ensuring that your reliable referees are prepared and able to provide excellent references. If you’ve never worked before you can use your professor or tutor as a referee.

When writing your CV, there are also a few things you would want to avoid putting in, including:

  • Do not add race, religion, political preferences, nationality, date of birth or marital status as these are irrelevant in working life and help avoid discrimination
  • Do not exaggerate your achievements or experience, as said before be honest with what you have done as employers do check
  • Do not claim full responsibility for your achievements and discredit other people you worked with
  • Do not use initials to complicate your writing as it would not be clear and harder to understand


Also be sure to keep your CV updated on a regular basis after you have done something new where you have gained new skills and/or experience that could be relevant for your future career.

1 Peachy, K., How to write a successful CV, BBC, 2015

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Tips and Tricks on How to Prepare For a Job Interview

by Devina Tarin November 10th, 2015

Job interviews can be nerve-wracking, especially if it’s your first time as a graduate with the opportunity of getting a career in your desired field. The following are a few general tips on how to prepare yourself for an interview without any or little faults.

  1.        Be prepared
  2. Always prepare yourself ahead of time and compile as much knowledge as you can about yourself and the company. Know your strengths, weaknesses and accomplishments that you’ve done in the past; this will help your potential employer know how confident and comfortable you are about yourself.
  3.        Research the company
  4. Another thing you should be prepared with is to know the company and find out as much information as you can about your potential employer. Be prepared to talk about the company and why you want to work there. Knowing the company and its values will show that you have put in effort and are a hardworking person.
  5.        Arrive 15-30 minutes early
  6. Being punctual is the basic clue to your attitude and behaviour in the work place and tardiness would not be tolerated. Allow yourself to have plenty of time before and after the interview to prepare yourself mentally without having to rush anything.
  7.        Make a good first impression
  8. You can either make or break your interview in the first five minutes. First impressions, whether positive or negative will affect the overall of your interview. The dos and don’ts to making a good first impression it to appear friendly and outgoing, giving positive reactions and body language, and be attentive to your interviewer. What not to do at an interview is to be arrogant or cocky and not to bad mouth your past positions, companies or employers. 
  9.        Be self-confident
  10. Having too much confidence can come off to arrogance but it doesn’t hurt to be confident about yourself, your achievements and why you would fit the position of the job interview. Discuss your accomplishments and your worth; what you have done in the past that could be of advantage in the position, which demonstrates proactive attitude. 
  11.        Remain involved and interested
  12. Interviews that take place with an active two-way conversation is the most effective as it helps get you involved and state your interests in the position as well and have questions prepared to ask the interviewer as well to show initiative and ambition. However, don’t interrupt your interviewer and remember it is still a professional job interview.

Job Interview Tips

Other than following those steps, there are also a few tips that would help you through the interview as well, including:

  • Have a detailed understanding of what you’re getting yourself into with the position description, the team environment and the organisation
  • Know the location and time of the interview, the interviewer’s full name and correct pronunciation
  • Spend your time before the interview to review your CV and experiences and how it is relevant to the position as well as specifying examples and demonstrating your ability for the job
  • Prepare questions that you will ask during the interview

Helpful Questions1

Asking questions shows that you’re interested in the position as well as give you valuable information. These are a few questions that you should ask at the end of every job interview:

  • “What have past employees done to succeed in this role?”
  • This questions helps give you an idea of how the company measures success and reach your goal if you were to start working there.
  • “How has this position evolved?”
  • This questions lets you know if the job is a dead end or not, if the position has evolved it means that the company is growing.
  • Can you give me examples of how I would collaborate with my manager?”
  • The answer to this question will let you know how the staff members are used and if you can showcase your skills to the manager
  • “What are the first priorities for this position?”
  • Knowing the first priorities in the position that you are applying for informs you on what you should focus on if you were to get the job and give out a good impression.
  • “What are the challenges of this position?”
  • There will always be challenges in the work place, and this question will help you know what you will be facing down the road. If the interviewer does not list any challenges, you may suspect something suspicious.
  • “Do you have any hesitations about my qualifications?”
  • This shows the interviewer that you are comfortable with talking about your weaknesses and what you’re not good at to help you develop your skills.


1 Business Insider, Job Interview Follow Up Questions, 2015

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The Graduate Industry’s Night of Nights

by Reshan Perera November 3rd, 2015

GradConnection would like to say a big congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Australian Graduate Recruitment Industry Awards (AGRIAs)! This year GradConnection was up for a few awards including Best Exhibitor, Best Supplier and Dave Jenkins was nominated for the award of Contribution to the Graduate and Development Industry. Unfortunately we didn’t take out any of these awards but it was humbling just to be nominated and it’s always great to be recognised for our hard work.

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists below

Award for Most Popular Graduate Recruitment Video (private sector)

(as determined by AAGE employer members participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

WINNER: Deloitte

FINALISTS: BHP Billiton (Agency: 50 Kaliber), Pernod Ricard Winemakers (Agency: One Green Bean) and Teach For Australia (Agency: Canyon Brand Design)

Award for Most Popular Graduate Recruitment Video (public sector)

(as determined by AAGE employer members participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

WINNER: Victorian Government Public Service (Agency: Havas People)

FINALISTS: Australian Government Department of Employment and Victorian Government Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Agency: Dirty Puppet)

Award for Most Popular Integrated Marketing Campaign (private sector)

(as determined by AAGE employer members participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

WINNER: Teach For Australia (Agency: Canyon Brand Design) 

FINALISTS: Commonwealth Bank (Agency: Imagination, Red Jet Pictures and Zero Latency) and ShineWing Australia (Agency: Trout Creative Thinking)

Award for Most Popular Integrated Marketing Campaign (public sector)

(as determined by AAGE employer members participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

WINNER: Australian Taxation Office

FINALISTS: Australian Government Department of Human Services and Queensland Government Department of Environment and Heritage Protection

Will Spensley Memorial Award for Innovation in the Graduate Market

(as determined by AAGE employer members participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

JOINT WINNERS: Santos and Water Corporation

FINALISTS: Accenture and PwC

Award for Most Popular Graduate Recruiter

(as determined by candidates participating in the 2016 AAGE Candidate Survey)

WINNER: Eily Hickson (Accenture)

FINALISTS: Dara McCallion (Westpac) and Nova Barro (Deloitte)

Award for Best Graduate Employer

(as determined by graduates participating in the 2015 AAGE Graduate Survey)

WINNER: SA Power Networks

FINALISTS: Laing O’Rourke and ThoughtWorks Australia

Award for Best Internship Program

(as determined by interns participating in the 2015 AAGE Intern Survey)

WINNER: AustralianSuper

FINALISTS: Newcrest Mining Limited and SA Power Networks

Award for Best Supplier

(as determined by employers participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

WINNER: Fusion Graduate Consultancy

FINALISTS: GradConnection and Revelian

Award for Best Careers Service

(as determined by employers participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

WINNER: University of Adelaide

FINALISTS: Australian National University and University of Wollongong

Award for Contribution to the Graduate Recruitment and Development Industry

(as determined by employers participating in the 2015 AGRIAs voting process)

JOINT WINNERS: David Cvetovski – Fusion Graduate Consultancy and Kelly Pfeffer – Suncorp Group

FINALISTS: Dave Jenkins – GradConnection and Julia Atterton – University of Adelaide

Award for Best Graduate Development Program

(as determined by graduates participating in the 2015 AAGE Graduate Survey)

WINNER: Laing O’Rourke

FINALISTS: SA Power Networks and ThoughtWorks Australia

Award for Most Popular Exhibitor at the AAGE Conference

(as determined by 2015 AAGE Conference Delegates)

WINNER: Revelian

FINALISTS: Blaze Advertising, GradConnection, UTS and Western Sydney University

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Resh's AAGE 2015 Conference Wrap Up

by Reshan Perera November 3rd, 2015

The Australian Association for Graduate Employers (AAGE) 2015 Annual Conference was held last week from Wednesday 28 Oct through to Friday 30 Oct. After working for a period with Procter & Gamble it had been a good two years since I’d been to my last AAGE Conference. Some of it felt familiar but much of the conference was filled with new experiences.

One of the incredible things about the Graduate Recruitment industry is that there is generally a high level of movement. This is particularly apparent at the conference with 70% of attendees being completely new to the industry. It’s always such a pleasure meeting new people and it’s one of the reasons I love this industry. It was also fantastic to catch up with some familiar faces in the crowd, in particular the ever smiling faces of the AAGE Team and the quality banter from the suppliers.

The other element of the conference that felt new was the content being covered. This hit me especially hard being out of the game for a few years. It’s interesting to see just how much had changed in Graduate Recruitment since I’d left with new challenges facing the industry and a host of innovative solutions and strategies that are available to combat these new issues.

I also felt privileged to be able to be a part of the panel of industry experts for the Attraction Roundtable session as well as to be able to present to the delegates alongside Andrew Purchas for our GradConnection Workshop. Andrew and I hosted a gameshow style workshop, The Graduate Matchmaker, where conference delegates were pitted against each other to test their Graduate Attraction Knowledge. Congratulations to the 2015 winners of our quiz.

Finally and by no means least I had the pleasure of being part of a group of talented lads including Mike Casey (GradConnection), Dave Jenkins (GradConection), Ben Reeves (AAGE), John Rogan (Westpac) and Dan Oak (Revelian) to perform a surprise dance at the AGRIA awards Gala Dinner to the smooth tune of Uptown Funk. After weeks of practice I’d say we managed to pull together for a decent performance. Check out the full dance below –

I wasn’t surprised that I enjoyed every moment of the 2015 AAGE Conference but I was pleasantly surprised by just how much had changed since I left and the incredible innovations in the space. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year’s conference and I look forward to meeting some new faces and catching up with some of the old. See you all next year!

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With November upon us many grads across the country have buckled down for exams so they can get the grades they need to finish their academic journey on a high.

Whilst the benefit of this is that here at GradConnection we get a bit of breathing space which is a great chance to push in fixes and updates to the website, it does unfortunately reflect in campaigns running over the month of November.

To give you a bit of insight, GradConnection user traffic has dropped to 139,000 unique students visiting over the last 30 days which is a trend we observe each year during exam periods and is considerably lower to other months.


But I still need to recruit this year!

To those employers who are currently running final year campaigns - never fear and keep the below points in mind:

  • The majority of metropolitan universities will have finished exams by mid November
  • Whilst a lot of graduates are still looking - many won’t be finalising their applications until after exams.
  • Students become very active from mid November right up until a few days before Christmas so now is a great time to finalise your last campaigns if you’re yet to do so
  • If you just can’t wait a few weeks the following Universities have already finished exams:
    • NSW
      • Charles Sturt University
      • Southern Cross University
      • University of New England
    • VIC
      • Deakin University
    • QLD
      • Central Queensland University

If you have any remaining campaigns or roles which you need to fill get in touch with your Account Manager who will help you get the most out of what’s left in 2015.

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Top100 Future Leaders Competition

by Mike Casey September 28th, 2015

What were the applicants of the Top100 Future Leaders Competition like this year?

It has been less than two weeks since the application deadline, and the selection process for the Top100 Future Leaders Competition is going full steam ahead.

Fusion Graduate Consultancy, our graduate recruitment specialists and official partner for the Top100 Competition, have commenced reviewing individual applications and Revelian psychometric testing results to determine which lucky applicants will make it through to the video interviewing stage.

This year, we have identified just over 500 applicants who are well-rounded, top calibre students. These students performed well in both their written applications and in psychometric testing. According to Fusion GC, the number of students who have performed exceptionally well have exceeded their expectations (further details on student performance in Part 2).

Part 1: Tracking the Application Progress

With the aid of Grad App, we were able to monitor the entire application process and the progress of each award according to discipline, location, and university, which enabled our team to drive application numbers across all categories. The live dashboard also indicated the dates where we had a strong influx of applications, and enabled us to track applications by advertising source.

Figure 1: Tracking application influx according to date.


Part 2: Our Applicants’ Psychometric Testing Results

This year, applicants had to undertake psychometric testing, comprising two online assessments conducted by Revelian: the RCAT and the RTPH. After tracking their response pattern, game play and ability to answer questions quickly and accurately, students were then issued a performance report indicating the likelihood that they possess certain qualities and behaviours desirable to employers.

  • Cognitive Ability Test (RCAT) – tests for the likelihood that critical thinking and problem solving are strengths of the individual.
  • Theme Park Hero (RTPH) – tests for the likelihood that thinking quickly and finding solutions are strengths of the individual.

Figure 2.Your Assesment Result Relative to the Comparioson Group


A student’s performance is then measured and scored in relation to an existing sample of graduates, and is marked by both written analysis and a grey arrow indicating where their result fell on the bell curve.

This year, we are excited by just how many students scored above the 80th percentile rank (a score exceeding 80% of the graduate comparison group). On top of being all-rounded, approximately 500 students also possessed a GPA equivalent of 75 or above.

We are still in the progress of identifying, selecting and recognising the most employable graduates from this year’s pool of both well-rounded and high-achieving penultimate students, to connect them with leading Australian employers. The final Top100 will be announced at the end of October, where preparations will then be underway for them to attend an Assessment Centre to determine the winners across 15 award categories.

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What is best practice for Graduate Recruitment?

by Reshan Perera September 25th, 2015

I find quite a few people come to us asking about the best practice for certain aspects of the graduate recruitment industry. While we have a sound understanding of what is considered best practice and the exciting developments in the industry, this is not something we specialise in.

Someone who does specialise in this are the guys at Fusion Graduate Consultancy. Fusion was established in 2008 by experienced graduate managers and are considered leaders in the graduate market with in depth knowledge and expertise in all aspects of graduate recruitment and development.

To assist the industry and Graduate Recruiters across Australia, Fusion has put together a FREE masterclass series titled the Graduate Recruitment Master Class. These session will run in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne over the second week of October.

I will be presenting at each of these session along with a host of other Industry Experts. It would be great to see you all there as I take you through some tips and trends on strong attraction campaigns and what you should expect to see in 2016.

For the full details on content, dates and registration instruction Click Here

Best Practice For Graduate Recruitment

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Top100 Season!

by Andrew Purchas September 24th, 2015

The Australian Financial Review’s Top 100 Graduate Employer Awards is well under way with the first preliminary results currently being gathered from GradConnection’s millions of data points.

Based on real data generated by actual student behaviour, the AFR’s Top 100 Graduate Employer ranking is based a variety of aspects such as what companies grads actually look at, interact with and actually submit their applications.

To give you a sneak peek of some of the numbers feeding this data driven ranking, some of the figures from GradConnection for the year to date are as follows:

  • 12.7 Million pages on GradConnection have been viewed by eager students so far this year

  • A student will spend on Average 1:54 on a company's page and even visit multiple times.

  • Graduates have clicked through 771,636 times to employers websites and it’s only September

We’re working hard to keep the data geeks at the AFR happy in the mean time but stay tuned as employer nominations will be hitting mailboxes before the end of the year.

We’ll be looking forward to not just recognizing graduate employers across the country but also the most employable graduates within Australia for one of the industries biggest which connects every aspect of graduate recruitment here in Sydney:

If you’re eager to find out more at this early stage - please get in touch with us and we’ll be able to help out with any additional information you need!


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The School That We Need: A Lesson In Change

by David Jenkins August 11th, 2015



The School That We Need: A Lesson In Change 

 By Michaela Epstein, Alumna of Teach For Australia

Educational inequity is one of the most persistent and corrosive social problems that our country faces.

Teach For Australia is part of a global movement that is dedicated to breaking the cycle of disadvantage through teaching and leadership in education.

Teach For Australia attracts both graduates and professionals who represent a range of academic disciplines and career aspirations, to teach in an educationally disadvantaged school for at least two years.

Find out more and apply to join Teach For Australia before 23 August at


Forty percent. That’s the approximate proportion of Australian students who start Year 7 maths below curriculum expectations. These are students who typically don’t understand how addition and multiplication are connected. As a consequence, these students struggle to ‘get’ division, place value, fractions and other areas of maths that are reliant on these formative concepts.

So many students who are behind in maths have experienced failure after failure. If they haven’t had the opportunity to catch up, then what they learn in class becomes disconnected and often meaningless. Mathematics should be learned as you would a language or musical instrument, where new pieces of knowledge and skills build on top of what has previously been learned. When this is not the case, that struggling student has to rely more and more on rote learning to get by.


In maths classrooms are children who just sit there. Apathetic. They are forced into that state out of their low self-belief and continual confusion about the lessons they are taught.

When asked to explain their thinking, they are stuck. That process of symbols and formulas laid out on the whiteboard is foreign.

These are the students who ask, “Why are we learning this? What’s the point?”


“Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference”.

I am impatient for change in education.

To communicate through mathematics is to make sense of the patterns and puzzles that surround us. It is to use logic as a means of delving through complexity and solving – sometimes imperfectly – the problems that we encounter. When so many students struggle with and grow to fear what is a beautiful and mind-bendingly intriguing subject, I am impatient for change.


A teacher I know recently moved schools, from one where over 90% of students come from non-English-speaking backgrounds and many from some of the most dangerous conflict zones in the world. Students regularly enrol at the school with little or no past educational experience.

With the benefit of hindsight, the teacher has been able to step back from the day-to-day stresses he had experienced whilst there. There were the students who had difficulty coping in a classroom environment. It’s not uncommon in schools like this to find students who have never participated in a formal educational structure before or to have those with such severe trauma that a raised voice could send them cowering in the corner.

There were the lessons he would walk out of, feeling deflated by the discovery of severe gaps in his students’ knowledge that meant that in the lesson just gone, almost nothing would have been retained.

Despite these challenges, the school I describe is in fact known in education circles for its successful student outcomes and stands as an exemplar of good practice. Every year, the school changes lives. Students finish Year 12, they get into university, where just a few years before this had seemed an unimaginable dream.

With his new found perspective, the teacher is now able to acknowledge that “the short term difficulties were overshadowed by the long term contribution to those kids’ lives”.


If you look closely enough, it’s possible to pick out evidence of change.

The boy that a few months ago was in trouble for making ‘sex noises’ in class (yeah, seriously) is now proudly sitting up the front, neatly doing his work. One morning he comes up to me in the hall: “Miss, Miss. Look! I’ve done my homework”. Such evident pride and sense of accomplishment is beaming from this young man’s face.


Ultimately there may be 40% of Australian students who begin high school already behind in mathematics. But that’s not what matters most. What we need to pay close attention to and really care about is what schools do with that figure.

The school that can change students’ lives and that helps them grow into young adults with a multitude of new options before them is the school that we need.

Author Bio:

Michaela's journey with TFA began in 2012 when she gave up the sea breezes and rolling hills of Sydney to live and teach in Mildura. Currently, Michaela is a Leading Teacher at Hume Central Secondary College, where she coaches teachers, is teaching maths and gets to play with data.

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Top 50 Most Popular Internships

by Reshan Perera July 23rd, 2015

Top 50 Most Popular Internships

Thousands of students each year across Australia apply for the lucrative opportunity to join some of the country’s top firms as an intern. And these aren’t the kind of internships where your main role is to make sure that the office coffee run runs smoothly. The top internships now offer their candidates real, value adding work as way to assess competency as method of feeding talent into the full time graduate entry levels roles the company offers.

Recognising the importance of internships for both students and employers has been a point of focus for GradConnection since its inception. So for the first time we are proud to announce in conjunction with the Australian Financial Review (AFR) the inaugural Top 50 Most Popular Internship Rankings.

The rankings were compiled using our data on the number of students that provided an expression of interest in internships listed on GradConnection. The greater the expressions of interest for a program, the higher the employer appears on the list. There was nearly 54,000 expressions of interest from over 18,000 unique users. Users could give an expression of interest to more than one employer’s internship program.

The Top 50 Most Popular Internships Rankings is a great way for employers to gain an indication of how their program is perceived from a student’s perspective and how strong their program’s brand is in the marketplace. For students the list provides an insight into some of the most prestigious, exciting and valuable internships available so that they can prioritize when their time comes to apply.

Congratulations to all our employers who made the list! And if you would like to be in the running for next year, make sure your internship programs are listed on GradConnection so that students can start applying.

Check out the Top 50 Most Popular Internship List here

Top 50 Internship

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