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The AAGE offers opportunities for learning, sharing and networking around the country each year. A summary of our most regular AAGE events and links to event registration are below.

Annual Conference

Three-day annual national event that typically attracts around 300 delegates and focuses on the professional development of AAGE members in addition to addressing key graduate recruitment & development issues. Members are offered a $200 (~20%) discount to attend. For further information please visit www.aageconference.com.au.

Workshops

These are held quarterly in the cities of Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Our workshops offer a mix of information sharing and the opportunity to network with other local colleagues in the industry. Attendance is complimentary for Members.

Practitioner Master Class Seminars

An annual professional development training opportunity is offered around Australia, focussing on the 'how to' of graduate recruitment. The Practitioner Master Class Seminar series is held across six capital cities each year. An $80 (~30%) discount is offered for Members.

The Big Meet

This one-day careers fair is held across five states in Australia during March each year, promoted to all students from all universities in each host city. The Big Meet offers an efficient way of promoting to potential candidates and are held in purpose-built exhibition venues in central city locations. AAGE Members receive a substantial discount on exhibitor rates.

Upcoming events

    • 22 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Westpac - Level 28, International Tower Two, 200 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000
    • 20
    Register

    What's on your mind?

    You are invited to join us for the AAGE's Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable.
       
    This is an exciting opportunity to meet your peers from the graduate resourcing and development industry to discuss a range of issues related to diversity and inclusion:

    • How to attract applications from different diversity groups     
    • Targets and quotas set by management     
    • Benchmarking data on the numbers of graduates from different diversity groups.
                        

    Cost

    Complimentary entry for AAGE members.

    Non-members and member colleagues may attend for $40 + GST.   

    Please note that members must be logged in to access complimentary registration.

    NOTE: To keep overall numbers manageable, we request that each industry association, service provider and university registers no more than 2 representatives for each separate event.

    Cancellations

    In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

    Enquiries

    Please contact events@aage.com.au.    
    • 26 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Bankwest, Bankwest Place 300 Murray Street, Perth
    • 1
    Register

    What's on your mind?

    You are invited to join us for the AAGE's Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable.
       
    This is an exciting opportunity to meet your peers from the graduate resourcing and development industry to discuss a range of issues related to diversity and inclusion:

    • How to attract applications from different diversity groups     
    • Targets and quotas set by management     
    • Benchmarking data on the numbers of graduates from different diversity groups.
                        

    Cost

    Complimentary entry for AAGE members.

    Non-members and member colleagues may attend for $40 + GST.   

    Members must be logged in to access complimentary registration.

    NOTE: To keep overall numbers manageable, we request that each industry association, service provider and university registers no more than 2 representatives for each separate event.

    Cancellations

    In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

    Enquiries

    Please contact events@aage.com.au.    
    • 29 Nov 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Level 1, Sidney Myer Asia Centre (Building 158), 761 Swanston Street (at junction with Lynch Street), University of Melbourne, Parkville, Melbourne
    • 7
    Register

    An Opportunity to meet Careers Advisers from High Schools across Victoria 

    The AAGE has been asked to run some roundtable discussions during the annual conference of the Career Education Association of Victoria (CEAV). CEAV is the professional association for Secondary School Career Practitioners (i.e. careers advisors at High Schools) in Victoria.

    Volunteers required

    We need some of the AAGE's employer members to volunteer to participate in these roundtable discussions. We only need one representative from each employer.

    Target Audience

    This free event is targeted at:

    • Employers that recruit secondary school students and university graduates (i.e. AAGE employer members).
    • Employers that wish to build their profile with secondary schools in Victoria.
    • Employers that wish to promote career pathways to secondary school students.

    Roundtables 

    At the event, each AAGE employer will sit at a table with several Secondary School Career Practitioners and answer their questions. Every 15 to 20 minutes we will rotate the tables so that each employer gets to meet multiple groups of Career Practitioners. This process will last for around an hour. 

    Cancellations

    In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. The AAGE requests a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

    Enquiries

    Please contact events@aage.com.au

    • 03 Dec 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:30)
    • Deloitte, Level 17, 11 Waymouth Street, Adelaide
    • 7
    Register

    What's on your mind?

    You are invited to join us for the AAGE's Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable.
       
    This is an exciting opportunity to meet your peers from the graduate resourcing and development industry to discuss a range of issues related to diversity and inclusion:

    • How to attract applications from different diversity groups     
    • Targets and quotas set by management     
    • Benchmarking data on the numbers of graduates from different diversity groups.
                        

    Cost

    Complimentary entry for AAGE members and non-members. 

    Members must be logged in to access complimentary registration.

    NOTE: To keep overall numbers manageable, we request that each industry association, service provider and university registers no more than 2 representatives for each separate event.

    Cancellations

    In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

    Enquiries

    Please contact events@aage.com.au.    
    • 31 Dec 2019
    • Soft copy only - Link sent via email
    Register

    Click 'Register' to purchase the handbook

    The AAGE 'How To' Handbook: A guide to graduate recruitment has been produced by the Australian Association of Graduate Employers Ltd (AAGE). A subcommittee of graduate recruitment industry veterans, whose careers have been dedicated to the recruitment and development of graduates, have shared and combined their experience and ideas, giving rise to this publication.

    The handbook is designed to assist those new to the industry, as well as serve those who are already involved in graduate recruitment to seek best practice.

    Topics include the attraction, selection, induction and development of graduates, and content is included regarding professional development for graduate employers themselves.

    Members must log into their profile to access the member rate.

    Please contact info@aage.com.au with any queries.

    • 31 Dec 2019
    • Soft copy only - PDF sent via email,
    Register

    Click 'Register' to purchase the survey

    The 2019 Employer Survey is based on research conducted by the AAGE with111 different organisations taking part in 2018.

    The AAGE Employer Survey provides the latest information on:

    - Vacancy levels for graduates commencing work in 2019
    - Salary levels for new graduates starting work in 2019
    - Application levels and selection processes used by recruiters in 2018
    - Marketing spend for events and activities in 2018.

      Released each year, this study was the first of its kind to be made commercially available. Outlining some important and interesting trends in our growing industry, the survey captures responses from various industry organisations, providing ways for members to benchmark themselves against their competitors and help them to plan for upcoming graduate recruitment campaigns. Members have access to a discounted price and members who participate receive a complimentary soft copy of the report.

      Members must log into their profile to access the member rate.

      Please contact surveys@aage.com.au with any queries.

      • 07 Jan 2020
      • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • NAB - 800 Bourke Street, Melbourne
      • 35
      Register

      Best practice training in the fundamentals of graduate recruitment and development

      The AAGE Practitioner Master Class will provide participants with an overview of best practice in the fundamentals of Graduate Recruitment and Development.

      The target audience for these Master Classes are employer representatives with 0 to 12 months’ experience in the graduate recruitment and development industry. We would normally expect around 10-20 people at each Master Class.

      Each Master Class will last for half a day and will consist of 4 sessions of 45-60 minutes each.  These 4 sessions will cover the basic elements of managing a graduate recruitment and development program. Sessions will be presented by the AAGE and some of our employer members.

      The 4 sessions are as follows:

      1. Attraction (attraction strategies and marketing channels. e.g. careers fairs, student societies, careers directories, job boards, social media etc.)
      2. Assessment and selection (mechanisms for identifying and assessing competencies. e.g. application forms, screening, aptitude testing, assessment centres, interviewing, video interviewing, outsourcing etc.)
      3. Graduate development programs (design and structure of Graduate Development Programs including rotations, buddies, mentors, on-boarding, technical training, “soft skills” training etc.)
      4. Useful information (An overview of the various sources of help and information available to AAGE members. E.g. Benchmarking surveys, semester dates, careers fair timetables, UniStats, SocList, Whirlpool, WGEA, AGRIAs, Top Graduate Employers, Top Intern Programs, etc.)

      Members are able to attend this event for free. Member Colleagues and Non Members will be charged $200 + GST. To clarify your membership status, please contact memberships@aage.com.au.

      Catering

      Morning tea and a light lunch tea are all included. Please provide any dietary requirements on your registration form. Special dietary requirements often require a specific meal to be prepared for you. Please ensure that you arrive in time to enjoy it if one has been requested.

      Cancellations

      In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

      Enquiries

      Please contact events@aage.com.au
      • 09 Jan 2020
      • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • Susquehanna - Level 48 International Towers - 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Baranagaroo NSW
      • 23
      Register

      Best practice training in the fundamentals of graduate recruitment and development

      The AAGE Practitioner Master Class will provide participants with an overview of best practice in the fundamentals of Graduate Recruitment and Development.

      The target audience for these Master Classes are employer representatives with 0 to 12 months’ experience in the graduate recruitment and development industry. We would normally expect around 10-20 people at each Master Class.

      Each Master Class will last for half a day and will consist of 4 sessions of 45-60 minutes each.  These 4 sessions will cover the basic elements of managing a graduate recruitment and development program. Sessions will be presented by the AAGE and some of our employer members.

      The 4 sessions are as follows:

      1. Attraction (attraction strategies and marketing channels. e.g. careers fairs, student societies, careers directories, job boards, social media etc.)
      2. Assessment and selection (mechanisms for identifying and assessing competencies. e.g. application forms, screening, aptitude testing, assessment centres, interviewing, video interviewing, outsourcing etc.)
      3. Graduate development programs (design and structure of Graduate Development Programs including rotations, buddies, mentors, on-boarding, technical training, “soft skills” training etc.)
      4. Useful information (An overview of the various sources of help and information available to AAGE members. E.g. Benchmarking surveys, semester dates, careers fair timetables, UniStats, SocList, Whirlpool, WGEA, AGRIAs, Top Graduate Employers, Top Intern Programs, etc.)

      Members are able to attend this event for free. Member Colleagues and Non Members will be charged $200 + GST. To clarify your membership status, please contact memberships@aage.com.au.

      Catering

      Morning tea and a light lunch tea are all included. Please provide any dietary requirements on your registration form. Special dietary requirements often require a specific meal to be prepared for you. Please ensure that you arrive in time to enjoy it if one has been requested.

      Cancellations

      In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

      Enquiries

      Please contact events@aage.com.au
      • 14 Jan 2020
      • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
      • Clough - 58 Mounts Bay Road, Perth
      • 11
      Register

      Best practice training in the fundamentals of graduate recruitment and development

      The AAGE Practitioner Master Class will provide participants with an overview of best practice in the fundamentals of Graduate Recruitment and Development.

      The target audience for these Master Classes are employer representatives with 0 to 12 months’ experience in the graduate recruitment and development industry. We would normally expect around 10-20 people at each Master Class.

      Each Master Class will last for half a day and will consist of 4 sessions of 45-60 minutes each.  These 4 sessions will cover the basic elements of managing a graduate recruitment and development program. Sessions will be presented by the AAGE and some of our employer members.

      The 4 sessions are as follows:

      1. Attraction (attraction strategies and marketing channels. e.g. careers fairs, student societies, careers directories, job boards, social media etc.)
      2. Assessment and selection (mechanisms for identifying and assessing competencies. e.g. application forms, screening, aptitude testing, assessment centres, interviewing, video interviewing, outsourcing etc.)
      3. Graduate development programs (design and structure of Graduate Development Programs including rotations, buddies, mentors, on-boarding, technical training, “soft skills” training etc.)
      4. Useful information (An overview of the various sources of help and information available to AAGE members. E.g. Benchmarking surveys, semester dates, careers fair timetables, UniStats, SocList, Whirlpool, WGEA, AGRIAs, Top Graduate Employers, Top Intern Programs, etc.)

      Members are able to attend this event for free. Member Colleagues and Non Members will be charged $200 + GST. To clarify your membership status, please contact memberships@aage.com.au.

      Catering

      Morning tea and a light lunch tea are all included. Please provide any dietary requirements on your registration form. Special dietary requirements often require a specific meal to be prepared for you. Please ensure that you arrive in time to enjoy it if one has been requested.

      Cancellations

      In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

      Enquiries

      Please contact events@aage.com.au
      • 16 Jan 2020
      • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Anglo American - 201 Charlotte Street, Brisbane CBD
      • 6
      Register

      Best practice training in the fundamentals of graduate recruitment and development

      The AAGE Practitioner Master Class will provide participants with an overview of best practice in the fundamentals of Graduate Recruitment and Development.

      The target audience for these Master Classes are employer representatives with 0 to 12 months’ experience in the graduate recruitment and development industry. We would normally expect around 10-20 people at each Master Class.

      Each Master Class will last for half a day and will consist of 4 sessions of 45-60 minutes each.  These 4 sessions will cover the basic elements of managing a graduate recruitment and development program. Sessions will be presented by the AAGE and some of our employer members.

      The 4 sessions are as follows:

      1. Attraction (attraction strategies and marketing channels. e.g. careers fairs, student societies, careers directories, job boards, social media etc.)
      2. Assessment and selection (mechanisms for identifying and assessing competencies. e.g. application forms, screening, aptitude testing, assessment centres, interviewing, video interviewing, outsourcing etc.)
      3. Graduate development programs (design and structure of Graduate Development Programs including rotations, buddies, mentors, on-boarding, technical training, “soft skills” training etc.)
      4. Useful information (An overview of the various sources of help and information available to AAGE members. E.g. Benchmarking surveys, semester dates, careers fair timetables, UniStats, SocList, Whirlpool, WGEA, AGRIAs, Top Graduate Employers, Top Intern Programs, etc.)

      Members are able to attend this event for free. Member Colleagues and Non Members will be charged $200 + GST. To clarify your membership status, please contact memberships@aage.com.au.

      Catering

      Morning tea and a light lunch tea are all included. Please provide any dietary requirements on your registration form. Special dietary requirements often require a specific meal to be prepared for you. Please ensure that you arrive in time to enjoy it if one has been requested.

      Cancellations

      In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

      Enquiries

      Please contact events@aage.com.au
      • 21 Jan 2020
      • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • TBC
      Register

      Best practice training in the fundamentals of graduate recruitment and development

      The aim of the AAGE Practitioner Master Class is to provide participants with an overview of best practice in the fundamentals of Graduate Recruitment and Development.

      The target audience for these Master Classes are employer representatives with 0 to 12 months’ experience in the graduate recruitment and development industry. We would normally expect around 10-20 people at each Master Class.

      Each Master Class will last for half a day and will consist of 4 sessions of 45-60 minutes each.  These 4 sessions will cover the basic elements of managing a graduate recruitment and development program. Sessions will be presented by the AAGE and some of our employer members.

      The 4 sessions are as follows:

      1. Attraction (attraction strategies and marketing channels. e.g. careers fairs, student societies, careers directories, job boards, social media etc.)
      2. Assessment and selection (mechanisms for identifying and assessing competencies. e.g. application forms, screening, aptitude testing, assessment centres, interviewing, video interviewing, outsourcing etc.)
      3. Graduate development programs (design and structure of Graduate Development Programs including rotations, buddies, mentors, on-boarding, technical training, “soft skills” training etc.)
      4. Useful information (An overview of the various sources of help and information available to AAGE members. E.g. Benchmarking surveys, semester dates, careers fair timetables, UniStats, SocList, Whirlpool, WGEA, AGRIAs, Top Graduate Employers, Top Intern Programs, etc.)

      Members are able to attend this event for free. Member Colleagues and Non Members will be charged $200 + GST. To clarify your membership status, please contact memberships@aage.com.au.

      Catering

      Morning tea and a light lunch tea are all included. Please provide any dietary requirements on your registration form. Special dietary requirements often require a specific meal to be prepared for you. Please ensure that you arrive in time to enjoy it if one has been requested.

      Cancellations

      In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

      Enquiries

      Please contact events@aage.com.au
      • 23 Jan 2020
      • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • EY - 121 King William Street, Adelaide
      • 24
      Register

      Best practice training in the fundamentals of graduate recruitment and development

      The AAGE Practitioner Master Class will provide participants with an overview of best practice in the fundamentals of Graduate Recruitment and Development.

      The target audience for these Master Classes are employer representatives with 0 to 12 months’ experience in the graduate recruitment and development industry. We would normally expect around 10-20 people at each Master Class.

      Each Master Class will last for half a day and will consist of 4 sessions of 45-60 minutes each.  These 4 sessions will cover the basic elements of managing a graduate recruitment and development program. Sessions will be presented by the AAGE and some of our employer members.

      The 4 sessions are as follows:

      1. Attraction (attraction strategies and marketing channels. e.g. careers fairs, student societies, careers directories, job boards, social media etc.)
      2. Assessment and selection (mechanisms for identifying and assessing competencies. e.g. application forms, screening, aptitude testing, assessment centres, interviewing, video interviewing, outsourcing etc.)
      3. Graduate development programs (design and structure of Graduate Development Programs including rotations, buddies, mentors, on-boarding, technical training, “soft skills” training etc.)
      4. Useful information (An overview of the various sources of help and information available to AAGE members. E.g. Benchmarking surveys, semester dates, careers fair timetables, UniStats, SocList, Whirlpool, WGEA, AGRIAs, Top Graduate Employers, Top Intern Programs, etc.)

      Members are able to attend this event for free. Member Colleagues and Non Members will be charged $200 + GST. To clarify your membership status, please contact memberships@aage.com.au.

      Catering

      Morning tea and a light lunch tea are all included. Please provide any dietary requirements on your registration form. Special dietary requirements often require a specific meal to be prepared for you. Please ensure that you arrive in time to enjoy it if one has been requested.

      Cancellations

      In order for us to cater appropriately, please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance. In order to cancel an invoice raised OR receive a refund for event attendance, the AAGE requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours' notice to receive notice of your intention to cancel. All cancellation requests need to be received in writing via events@aage.com.au.

      Enquiries

      Please contact events@aage.com.au
      • 01 Mar 2020
      • 03 Apr 2020
      • Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney
      • 88
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to exhibit at The Big Meet 2020.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Exhibit?

      The Big Meet provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates whilst minimising their costs. If you have limited time, resources or budget, The Big Meet is the ideal way to reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Click the city name above to be taken to the booking form or click here to book all five cities at the bulk discount rate.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 10 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
      • Pavilion 1, Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, 21 Mounts Bay Road, Perth, WA
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to exhibit at The Big Meet 2020.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Exhibit?

      The Big Meet provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates whilst minimising their costs. If you have limited time, resources or budget, The Big Meet is the ideal way to reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations have booked to exhibit at the 2020 Perth Big Meet:

      Alstom, Australian Federal Police, Australian Taxation Office, Chevron Australia, Consulate General of Canada, Defence Force Recruiting , Department of Defence, Department of Education (WA), Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (WA), Department of Veterans' Affairs, ENREACH Education, FDM Group Australia Pty Ltd, GradAustralia , Mainfreight,Navitas Professional, Planit Testing, Saab Australia , Santos Ltd, Water Corporation.                                          

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Perth Big Meet:

      ACS Foundation, ASIO, Australian Federal Police, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, Bankwest, BGC Contracting, BP Australia, British American Tobacco Australasia, Cisco, Coles, Defence Force Recruiting, Department of Communities (WA), Department of Defence, Department of Education (WA), Department of Home Affairs, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (WA), Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Financial Planning Association of Australia, FTI Consulting Australia, GradAustralia, Kloud & Readify, Linfox, Murdoch University, Navitas, Newcrest Mining Limited, Project Everest Ventures, Readygrad, Schneider Electric, Sugarman International, The Treasury, Water Corporation.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Click the city name above to be taken to the booking form or click here to book all five cities at the bulk discount rate.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 10 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
      • Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to sponsor at The Big Meet 2020. Please note, you must be a registered exhibitor at the Big Meet in order to be eligible to apply for any sponsorship options.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Sponsor?

      The Big Meet events provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates and reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      What better way to increase your exposure at the event even more than signing up for one of our Sponsorship Options to really get your business name out there amongst the students!

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Perth Big Meet:

      ACS Foundation, ASIO, Australian Federal Police, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, Bankwest, BGC Contracting, BP Australia, British American Tobacco Australasia, Cisco, Coles, Defence Force Recruiting, Department of Communities (WA), Department of Defence, Department of Education (WA), Department of Home Affairs, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (WA), Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Financial Planning Association of Australia, FTI Consulting Australia, GradAustralia, Kloud & Readify, Linfox, Murdoch University, Navitas, Newcrest Mining Limited, Project Everest Ventures, Readygrad, Schneider Electric, Sugarman International, The Treasury, Water Corporation.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. In order to be eligible for a sponsorship package, your organisation must be a registered exhibitor at the event.

      4. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      5. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      6. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      7. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 13 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:30)
      • Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA
      • 18
      Register

      The 3rd South Australian Trivarsity Law Fair will be held on Friday 13 March 2020 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

      This event will be run in conjunction with the Australian Association of Graduate Employers (AAGE) Big Meet Careers Expo.

      We currently have the following organisations booked to exhibit at the 2020 SA Trivarsity Law Fair:

      Ashurst, Clayton Utz, Crown Solicitor's Office, Fisher Jeffries, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Lipman Karas, MinterEllison, The College of Law, Thomson Geer.

      Pricing

      The cost of exhibiting at the South Australian Trivarsity Law Fair is shown on the left.

      The pricing structure allows exhibitors to book 1,2 or 3 spaces at the South Australian Trivarsity Law Fair. Each space is approximately 3 metres by 3 metres and includes a trestle table, table cloth and two chairs. If you would like to order a walled display booth then this costs an extra $450 + GST per space (you can add a booth as you progress through the order form).

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.
      2. You cannot exhibit at the South Australian Trivarsity Law Fair until full payment has been received.
      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by 30 days from the date of the invoice. If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.
      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at the South Australian Trivarsity Law Fair. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.
      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.
      • 13 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (UTC+10:30)
      • Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to exhibit at The Big Meet 2020.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Exhibit?

      The Big Meet provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates whilst minimising their costs. If you have limited time, resources or budget, The Big Meet is the ideal way to reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations have booked to exhibit at the 2020 Adelaide Big Meet:

      Aboriginal Family Support Services, Accenture Australia Pty Ltd, Alstom, Appian, Australian Federal Police, Australian Naval Infrastructure, Australian Taxation Office, AvantiCare, BAE Systems Australia, BDO, Benson Radiology, Capgemini, Chamonix IT Solutions, CPA Australia, Daronmont Technologies Pty Ltd, Defence Force Recruiting , Department for Education, Department of Defence, Department of Health, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Department of the Treasury, Department of Veterans' Affairs, ENREACH Education,Ernst & Young Services Pty Ltd, GHD, GradAustralia Pty Ltd., HomeStart Finance, Immigration SA, Logic Plus, Mainfreight,McConnell Dowell, Naval Shipbuilding College, Navitas Professional, NEC Australia Pty Ltd, Professionals Australia, Project Everest Ventures, Resthaven Inc., SA Power Networks, SA Structural Pty Ltd, Saab Australia, Santos Ltd, Townsville Catholic Education Office, Ultra Electronics, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec.

                                                                                                                                    The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Adelaide Big Meet:

      Adelaide PTE Study Centre, AFSS, ASC, ASIO, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Auditor-General's Department (South Australia), Aurecon Australiasia, Australian Federal Police, Australian Naval Infrastructure, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, BAE Systems Australia, BDO, Benson Radiology, British American Tobacco Australasia, Bunnings Group Limited, Burnside War Memorial Hospital, Career Teachers, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Coles, CPA Australia, Defence Force Recruiting, Department for Education, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Digital Emerging Talent Programs, Dr Jones & Partners, DXC Technology, Enhanced Lifestyles, Financial Planning Association of Australia, FMG Engineering, Foresight International Education Center, GHD, Glencore Agriculture / Viterra, GradAustralia, HAMBS, HomeStart Finance, I Work For SA, Immigration SA, KPMG, Linfox, Lockheed Martin Australia, Minda, Naval Group Australia, Navitas, NEC Australia, People's Choice Credit Union, Professionals Australia, Project Everest Ventures, RAA, Readygrad, Redarc Electronics, Resthaven Inc., Rheinmetall Defence Australia, Riding for the Disabled South Australia, SA Power Networks, Saab Australia, Santos, Schneider Electric, Scouts SA, Southern Cross Care (SA & NT), Supashock, Synergy Construct, Teach For Australia, Teach In, Teaching Jobs London, The Smith Family, The Treasury, The Westpac Group, Ultra- Electronics, UniSA Business School – Careers & Mentoring, UniSA Business School Internship Program, UniSA Career Services, UniSA Health & Medical Clinics, UniSA Information Strategy & Technology Services, UniSA Leadership & Volunteering, UniSA Postgraduate and Research, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec, World Youth International.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Click the city name above to be taken to the booking form or click here to book all five cities at the bulk discount rate.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 13 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (UTC+10:30)
      • Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to sponsor at The Big Meet 2020. Please note, you must be a registered exhibitor at the Big Meet in order to be eligible to apply for any sponsorship options.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Sponsor?

      The Big Meet events provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates and reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      What better way to increase your exposure at the event even more than signing up for one of our Sponsorship Options to really get your business name out there amongst the students!

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Adelaide Big Meet:

      Adelaide PTE Study Centre, AFSS, ASC, ASIO, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Auditor-General's Department (South Australia), Aurecon Australiasia, Australian Federal Police, Australian Naval Infrastructure, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, BAE Systems Australia, BDO, Benson Radiology, British American Tobacco Australasia, Bunnings Group Limited, Burnside War Memorial Hospital, Career Teachers, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Coles, CPA Australia, Defence Force Recruiting, Department for Education, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Digital Emerging Talent Programs, Dr Jones & Partners, DXC Technology, Enhanced Lifestyles, Financial Planning Association of Australia, FMG Engineering, Foresight International Education Center, GHD, Glencore Agriculture / Viterra, GradAustralia, HAMBS, HomeStart Finance, I Work For SA, Immigration SA, KPMG, Linfox, Lockheed Martin Australia, Minda, Naval Group Australia, Navitas, NEC Australia, People's Choice Credit Union, Professionals Australia, Project Everest Ventures, RAA, Readygrad, Redarc Electronics, Resthaven Inc., Rheinmetall Defence Australia, Riding for the Disabled South Australia, SA Power Networks, Saab Australia, Santos, Schneider Electric, Scouts SA, Southern Cross Care (SA & NT), Supashock, Synergy Construct, Teach For Australia, Teach In, Teaching Jobs London, The Smith Family, The Treasury, The Westpac Group, Ultra- Electronics, UniSA Business School – Careers & Mentoring, UniSA Business School Internship Program, UniSA Career Services, UniSA Health & Medical Clinics, UniSA Information Strategy & Technology Services, UniSA Leadership & Volunteering, UniSA Postgraduate and Research, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec, World Youth International

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. In order to be eligible for a sponsorship package, your organisation must be a registered exhibitor at the event.

      4. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      5. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      6. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      7. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 23 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Merivale St & Glenelg St, South Brisbane, QLD
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to exhibit at The Big Meet 2020.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Exhibit?

      The Big Meet provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates whilst minimising their costs. If you have limited time, resources or budget, The Big Meet is the ideal way to reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations have booked to exhibit at the 2020 Brisbane Big Meet:

      Anglo American Metallurgical Coal, Aurizon, Australian Federal Police, Australian Internships, Australian Taxation Office, Boral,Brisbane Catholic Education, Carlton & United Breweries, Coles, CSG, Defence Force Recruiting , Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Department of Social Services, Department of the Treasury,Department of Veterans' Affairs, DLA Piper, Downer Group, ENREACH Education, FDM Group Australia Pty Ltd, GHD Pty Ltd,GradAustralia Pty Ltd., Hastings Deering (Australia) Limited, Jumbo Interactive, Kraft Heinz, Linfox, Mainfreight, Navitas Professional, Palladium, Planit Testing, Project Everest Ventures, QLD Corrective Services, Queensland Rail, RACQ, Reece Group,RSM Australia Pty Ltd, Saab Australia Pty Ltd, Santos Ltd, The Financial Planning Association of Australia.                                                                                                                                                                                      

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Brisbane Big Meet:

      ACS Foundation, Anglo American Metallurgical Coal, APA Group, ASIO, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Aurecon Australiasia, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Federal Police, Australian Internships, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, BHP, Bloomberg Australia, Boral, Brisbane Catholic Eduation, British American Tobacco Australasia, Caltex, Carlton & United Breweries, CIMIC Group, Cisco Systems Australia, Coles, CSG, Defence Force Recruiting, Department Industry Innovation & Science, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Digital Emerging Talent Programs, Downer Group, DXC Technology, Essential Energy, Etax Accountants, FDM Group, Financial Planning Association of Australia, FTI Consulting Australia, Fulton Hogan, Georgiou, GHD, Global Payments AU/NZ, GradAustralia, GradConnection, GWI, Hastings Deering (Australia), Info for QUT Students, Jumbo, Kloud & Readify, Kraft Heinz, Linfox, Mainfreight, Monadelphous Group, Mylan, Navitas Limited, Professionals Australia, Project Everest Ventures, QIC, Queensland Government, Queensland Rail, Queensland Urban Utilitites, RACQ, Readygrad, Reece Group, Rheinmetall Defence Australia, Ribit, RSM Australia, Sandhills Pacific, Santos Ltd, Schneider Electric, Shell, Suncorp, Swagelok Eastern Australia & New Zealand, Symbio Laboratories, Teach For Australia, TechnologyOne, Telstra, The Australian National University, The Treasury, University Specialist Employment Partnership, Virgin Australia, Watpac, yourtown.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Click the city name above to be taken to the booking form or click here to book all five cities at the bulk discount rate.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 23 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to sponsor at The Big Meet 2020. Please note, you must be a registered exhibitor at the Big Meet in order to be eligible to apply for any sponsorship options.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Sponsor?

      The Big Meet events provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates and reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      What better way to increase your exposure at the event even more than signing up for one of our Sponsorship Options to really get your business name out there amongst the students!

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Brisbane Big Meet:

      ACS Foundation, Anglo American Metallurgical Coal, APA Group, ASIO, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Aurecon Australiasia, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Federal Police, Australian Internships, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, BHP, Bloomberg Australia, Boral, Brisbane Catholic Eduation, British American Tobacco Australasia, Caltex, Carlton & United Breweries, CIMIC Group, Cisco Systems Australia, Coles, CSG, Defence Force Recruiting, Department Industry Innovation & Science, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Digital Emerging Talent Programs, Downer Group, DXC Technology, Essential Energy, Etax Accountants, FDM Group, Financial Planning Association of Australia, FTI Consulting Australia, Fulton Hogan, Georgiou, GHD, Global Payments AU/NZ, GradAustralia, GradConnection, GWI, Hastings Deering (Australia), Info for QUT Students, Jumbo, Kloud & Readify, Kraft Heinz, Linfox, Mainfreight, Monadelphous Group, Mylan, Navitas Limited, Professionals Australia, Project Everest Ventures, QIC, Queensland Government, Queensland Rail, Queensland Urban Utilitites, RACQ, Readygrad, Reece Group, Rheinmetall Defence Australia, Ribit, RSM Australia, Sandhills Pacific, Santos Ltd, Schneider Electric, Shell, Suncorp, Swagelok Eastern Australia & New Zealand, Symbio Laboratories, Teach For Australia, TechnologyOne, Telstra, The Australian National University, The Treasury, University Specialist Employment Partnership, Virgin Australia, Watpac, yourtown

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. In order to be eligible for a sponsorship package, your organisation must be a registered exhibitor at the event.

      4. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      5. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      6. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      7. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 27 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • Palladium at Crown, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, VIC
      • 56
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to exhibit at The Big Meet 2020.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Exhibit?

      The Big Meet provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates whilst minimising their costs. If you have limited time, resources or budget, The Big Meet is the ideal way to reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations have booked to exhibit at the 2020 Melbourne Big Meet:

      Alinta Energy; Loy Yang B Power Station, Alstom, AMP Services Limited, ANZ, Attorney-General's Department, Australia Post,Australian Federal Police, Australian Taxation Office, BAE Systems Australia, Boral, Capgemini, Careers in Insurance, Carlton & United Breweries, carsales.com Ltd, Caterpillar, CEA Technologies, Civilex Victoria, Coles, CSL Behring, Defence Force Recruiting ,Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Department of Justice and Community Safety, Department of Social Services, Department of the Treasury, Department of Veterans' Affairs, Downer Group, ENREACH Education, FDM Group Australia Pty Ltd, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Forethought Research, Frank Recruitment Group, GradAustralia Pty Ltd., IBM Australia Limited,Infosys, Kraft Heinz, L'Oreal, Linfox, Mainfreight, McConnell Dowell, National Australia Bank Ltd, Navitas Professional, NEC Australia Pty Ltd, Ocean Software, Perpetual / Fordham, Pitcher Partners Advisors Pty Ltd, Planit Testing, Project Everest Ventures, Readygrad, Reece Group, RSM Australia Pty Ltd, Saab Australia, Siemens Healthineers, Thales Australia, Thermo Fisher Scientific Scoresby, Toll, Victorian Government graduate program.                                                                                                                 

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Melbourne Big Meet:

      7-Eleven, ABD Group, Ace Contractors Group, ACS Foundation, Akuna Capital, Alstom, AMP Services, AMP Services, APA Group, APT Travel Group, ASIO, Attorney-General's Department, Aurecon Australiasia, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO), Australian Federal Police, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, AustralianSuper, Bega Cheese Limited, BHP, BP Australia, British American Tobacco Australasia, Built, Capgemini Australia, Careers In Insurance, Carlton & United Breweries, carsales.com, Cisco Systems Australia, Civilex Victoria, Cognizant, Coles, CSL Australia, Defence Force Recruiting, Dentsu Aegis Network, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Justice and Regulation (VIC), Department of Social Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Digital Transformation Agency, Downer Group, DXC Technology, Evans Dixon, Eventbrite, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Findex, Ford Motor Company of Australia, Frank Recruitment Group, GHD, GradAustralia, GradConnection, Honeywell Ltd, Hydro Tasmania, IBM, Infosys LTD, IRESS, Ixom, Jetstar, Kloud & Readify, Kraft Heinz, Leidos, Linfox, Lockheed Martin, Lockheed Martin Australia, L'Oreal, Mainfreight, McConnell Dowell, MECCA Brands, Monash Professional Pathways, National Australia Bank, Navitas, NEC Australia, Netwealth Investments, Newcrest Mining, NotedCareers, Perpetual / Fordham, Pitcher Partners, Port Phillip Publishing, Project Everest Ventures, RACV, Readygrad, Reece Group, Rentality, ResMed, RMIT, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, Schneider Electric, Science and Planning Graduate Program, Victorian Government, Servian, ShineWing Australia, Siemens Healthineers, Sika Australia, Suncorp, Swagelok Eastern Australia & New Zealand, TechnologyOne, Telstra, Thales Australia, The Australian National University, The Treasury, The Westpac Group, The Melbourne Metro Water Partnership, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Toll, VicRoads, Victoria Police, Victoria's Big Build, VPS GRADS, Wrike.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Click the city name above to be taken to the booking form or click here to book all five cities at the bulk discount rate.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 27 Mar 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • Palladium at Crown, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, VIC
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to sponsor at The Big Meet 2020. Please note, you must be a registered exhibitor at the Big Meet in order to be eligible to apply for any sponsorship options.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Sponsor?

      The Big Meet events provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates and reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      What better way to increase your exposure at the event even more than signing up for one of our Sponsorship Options to really get your business name out there amongst the students!

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Melbourne Big Meet:

      7-Eleven, ABD Group, Ace Contractors Group, ACS Foundation, Akuna Capital, Alstom, AMP Services, AMP Services, APA Group, APT Travel Group, ASIO, Attorney-General's Department, Aurecon Australiasia, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO), Australian Federal Police, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, AustralianSuper, Bega Cheese Limited, BHP, BP Australia, British American Tobacco Australasia, Built, Capgemini Australia, Careers In Insurance, Carlton & United Breweries, carsales.com, Cisco Systems Australia, Civilex Victoria, Cognizant, Coles, CSL Australia, Defence Force Recruiting, Dentsu Aegis Network, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Justice and Regulation (VIC), Department of Social Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Digital Transformation Agency, Downer Group, DXC Technology, Evans Dixon, Eventbrite, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Findex, Ford Motor Company of Australia, Frank Recruitment Group, GHD, GradAustralia, GradConnection, Honeywell Ltd, Hydro Tasmania, IBM, Infosys LTD, IRESS, Ixom, Jetstar, Kloud & Readify, Kraft Heinz, Leidos, Linfox, Lockheed Martin, Lockheed Martin Australia, L'Oreal, Mainfreight, McConnell Dowell, MECCA Brands, Monash Professional Pathways, National Australia Bank, Navitas, NEC Australia, Netwealth Investments, Newcrest Mining, NotedCareers, Perpetual / Fordham, Pitcher Partners, Port Phillip Publishing, Project Everest Ventures, RACV, Readygrad, Reece Group, Rentality, ResMed, RMIT, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, Schneider Electric, Science and Planning Graduate Program, Victorian Government, Servian, ShineWing Australia, Siemens Healthineers, Sika Australia, Suncorp, Swagelok Eastern Australia & New Zealand, TechnologyOne, Telstra, Thales Australia, The Australian National University, The Treasury, The Westpac Group, The Melbourne Metro Water Partnership, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Toll, VicRoads, Victoria Police, Victoria's Big Build, VPS GRADS, Wrike.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. In order to be eligible for a sponsorship package, your organisation must be a registered exhibitor at the event.

      4. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      5. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      6. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      7. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 03 Apr 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to exhibit at The Big Meet 2020.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Exhibit?

      The Big Meet provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates whilst minimising their costs. If you have limited time, resources or budget, The Big Meet is the ideal way to reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations have booked to exhibit at the 2020 Sydney Big Meet:

      Allianz, Alstom, Appian, Attorney-General's Department, Australian Federal Police, Australian Internships, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Taxation Office, BDO, Boral, Capgemini, Careers in Insurance, Carlton & United Breweries, Colas Australia, Coles, Defence Force Recruiting , Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Department of Social Services, Department of the Treasury, Department of Veterans' Affairs, ENREACH Education, FDM Group Australia Pty Ltd, GradAustralia Pty Ltd., IBM Australia Limited, Kraft Heinz, L'Oreal, Linfox Australia Pty Ltd, Mainfreight, Navitas Professional, NSW Department of Education - teach.NSW, NSW Government, Ocean Software, Perpetual / Fordham, Planit Testing, Project Everest Ventures, Readygrad, Reece Group, Reserve Bank of Australia, Thales Australia, Thermo Fisher Scientific Scoresby, University of Sydney.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Sydney Big Meet:

      ACS Foundation, AGSM, Allan Hall Human Resource Services, Alstom, AMP Financial Advice Careers, ANZIIF, APA Group, ASIO, Attorney-General's Department, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Federal Police, Australian Internships, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, BDO, British American Tobacco Australasia, Bunnings, Caltex, Capgemini Australia, Carlton & United Breweries, Clayton Utz - Forensic & Technology Service Team, Cognizant, Coles, Defence Force Recruiting, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Social Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Dexus, DXC Technology, Essential Energy, Eureka Language Services, FDM Group, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Findex, Georgiou, GradAustralia, GradConnection, IBM, IQPC, Ixom, Kennards Hire, Kloud & Readify, Kraft Heinz, Linfox, L'Oreal, Mainfreight, Matchworks, McDonald's Australia, Navitas, Newcrest Mining Limited, NSW Department of Education – teach.NSW, NSW Government Graduate Program, Perpetual / Fordham, Project Everest Ventures, Prysmian Australia, Quickway, Readygrad, Reece Group, Rentality, Ribit, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, Schneider Electric, Servian, Sika Australia, Stockland, Suncorp, Systra Scott Lister Australia, TechnologyOne, Telstra, Tempro, Thales Australia, The Australian National University, The Treasury, The University of Sydney, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Westpac Group.

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Click the city name above to be taken to the booking form or click here to book all five cities at the bulk discount rate.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 03 Apr 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • International Convention Centre, Sydney
      Register

      We are pleased to offer organisations the opportunity to sponsor at The Big Meet 2020. Please note, you must be a registered exhibitor at the Big Meet in order to be eligible to apply for any sponsorship options.

      What is The Big Meet?

      The Big Meet is a one day careers fair which is promoted to all students from all universities in the host city.

      Why Sponsor?

      The Big Meet events provides the perfect solution for exhibitors wishing to maximise their exposure to potential candidates and reach the right students from a range of universities in one day.

      What better way to increase your exposure at the event even more than signing up for one of our Sponsorship Options to really get your business name out there amongst the students!

      Who Exhibits?

      The following organisations exhibited at the 2019 Sydney Big Meet:

      ACS Foundation, AGSM, Allan Hall Human Resource Services, Alstom, AMP Financial Advice Careers, ANZIIF, APA Group, ASIO, Attorney-General's Department, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Federal Police, Australian Internships, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australian Signals Directorate, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Wool Innovation, BDO, British American Tobacco Australasia, Bunnings, Caltex, Capgemini Australia, Carlton & United Breweries, Clayton Utz - Forensic & Technology Service Team, Cognizant, Coles, Defence Force Recruiting, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Human Services, Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Department of Jobs and Small Business, Department of Social Services, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA), Dexus, DXC Technology, Essential Energy, Eureka Language Services, FDM Group, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Findex, Georgiou, GradAustralia, GradConnection, IBM, IQPC, Ixom, Kennards Hire, Kloud & Readify, Kraft Heinz, Linfox, L'Oreal, Mainfreight, Matchworks, McDonald's Australia, Navitas, Newcrest Mining Limited, NSW Department of Education – teach.NSW, NSW Government Graduate Program, Perpetual / Fordham, Project Everest Ventures, Prysmian Australia, Quickway, Readygrad, Reece Group, Rentality, Ribit, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, Schneider Electric, Servian, Sika Australia, Stockland, Suncorp, Systra Scott Lister Australia, TechnologyOne, Telstra, Tempro, Thales Australia, The Australian National University, The Treasury, The University of Sydney, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Westpac Group

      The Big Meet will be held in the following cities in 2020:

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at any of The Big Meet events in this booking until full payment has been received.

      3. In order to be eligible for a sponsorship package, your organisation must be a registered exhibitor at the event.

      4. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:

      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or

      b. the day before the date of the first Big Meet 2020 that your organisation has booked.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      5. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Big Meet. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      6. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      7. Our venues do not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts etc) to students during The Big Meet unless you have completed the food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolate are exempt from this requirement. Please note, this will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to follow up the requirements with the venue contact.

      • 03 Apr 2020
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW
      • 7
      Register

      The Law Society of NSW is excited to announce the return of the Sydney Law Careers Fair in 2020. To be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney, this event will be run in conjunction with the Australian Association of Graduate Employers (AAGE) Big Meet Careers Expo.

      The following organisations have booked to exhibit at the 2020 Sydney Law Careers Fair:

      Allens, Ashurst, Baker McKenzie, Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers, Bird & Bird, Bond University, Clayton Utz, Clifford Chance, Colin Biggers & Paisley, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, DLA Piper, Gilbert + Tobin, Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills, Hall & Wilcox, Hogan Lovells, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Jones Day, K&L Gates, King & Wood Mallesons, Macpherson Kelley, Maddocks, Mills Oakley,MinterEllison, Norton Rose Fulbright, Sparke Helmore Lawyers, Squire Patton Boggs, The College of Law, Thomson Geer, UNSW PLT, Wotton+Kearney.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

      Pricing

      The cost of exhibiting at the Sydney Law Careers Fair is shown on the left.

      The pricing structure includes a walled display booth, approximately 3 metres by 3 metres in size.



      The booth also includes a trestle table, table cloth and two chairs. 

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You agree that the organisation you represent (as detailed by you in this booking form) will pay the full amount due from this booking.

      2. You cannot exhibit at The Sydney Law Careers Fair until full payment has been received.

      3. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by 30 days from the date of the invoice.

      If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      4. Only the exhibitor that is named in this registration can exhibit at The Sydney Law Careers Fair. Exhibitors cannot sell on or sublet their booking to other organisations.

      5. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      6. The venue does not allow exhibitors to give away substantial food items (e.g. muffins, doughnuts, popcorn) to law students during the Sydney Law Careers Fair unless you have completed a food waiver and paid the appropriate venue charge. A small bowl of lollies or chocolates are exempt from this requirement.

      • 30 Apr 2020
      • Soft copy - sent via email
      Register

      Click 'Register' to purchase the survey

      The 2019 Graduate Survey is based on research conducted by the AAGE with 3,366 responses from the 2018 intake of graduates, i.e. graduates who have been working for an organisation for around 12 months.

      The survey provides the latest market information on:

      - Employee profiles
      - Satisfaction levels
      - Expectations and plans for the future.

      Year after year, employers have found the survey to be an invaluable resource, allowing them to benchmark themselves against market best practice and plan their upcoming campaigns.

      Members must log into their profile to access the member rate.

      Please contact surveys@aage.com.au with any queries.

      • 30 Apr 2020
      • Soft copy - sent via email
      Register

      Click 'Register' to purchase the survey

      The 2019 AAGE Intern Survey is based on research conducted by the AAGE, with over 1,300 responses from students across 93 organisations who have completed an internship during the past 12 months.
       
      The survey provides the latest market information on:

      - Promotions and sources of information used by interns
      - Satisfaction levels
      - Ratings of internships and employers.

      Year after year, employers have found the survey to be an invaluable resource, allowing them to benchmark themselves against market best practice and plan their upcoming campaigns.

      Members must log into their profile to access the member rate.

      Please contact surveys@aage.com.au with any queries.

      • 28 Oct 2020
      • 11:30 AM
      • 30 Oct 2020
      • 3:00 PM
      • Crown Conference Centre, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
      Register

      Click 'Register' at the bottom of the page to purchase your pass - please note that prices are ex. GST

      Taking place at the Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne from Wednesday 28th to Friday 30th October 2020, the Annual AAGE Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference will bring together recruitment and development practitioners from around Australia to explore new challenges and identify new insights across the graduate industry.

      The conference program will offer delegates the perfect mix of professional and personal development through keynotes, workshops, interactive discussion forums and networking opportunities. Our annual black tie Gala Dinner on Day 2 of the Conference incorporates our AAGE Graduate Recruitment Industry Awards (AGRIAs) ceremony, which recognises excellence and best practice across the industry.

      Employer delegates also have the opportunity to attend the optional FREE Pre-Conference Leader or Practitioner Seminar, to be held concurrently on Wednesday 28th October at 9.00am. The Practitioner session is for those new to the industry (0-2 years' experience) and the Leader session is for those responsible for managing strategic direction (2+ years' experience).

      Further information can be found via the AAGE conference website at www.aageconference.com.au.

      Terms and Conditions

      Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions:

      1. You will receive an automated invoice which is payable by the EARLIER of:
      a. 30 days from the date of the invoice; or
      b. Tuesday 27th October 2020, the day before the date of the conference. If the invoice is not paid within this timeframe, the AAGE reserves the right to cancel the booking or to remove the eligibility for any discounted prices.

      2. No refunds will be given for cancellations. This applies to all registrations received and is enforced irrespective of if an invoice has been raised or not, or if an invoice remains paid or unpaid.

      3. If you wish to transfer or split your conference pass, the AAGE must be notified in writing prior to the commencement of the conference.

      4. All AAGE event attendees must abide by the AAGE's Code of Conduct.

      • 30 Nov 2020
      • Soft copy only - PDF sent via email
      Register

      Click 'Register' to purchase the survey

      The 2020 Candidate Survey is based on research conducted by the AAGE with over 3,200 responses from candidates joining 122 different organisations in 2020.
       
      The AAGE Candidate Survey provides the latest information on:

      - Candidate applications
      - Job hunting techniques
      - Factors which influence application and offer acceptance decisions
      - Views on best employers in the industry
      - Future plans of candidates.

      Released each year, this study was the first of its kind to be made commercially available. Outlining some important and interesting trends in our growing industry, the survey captures responses from various industry organisations, providing ways for members to benchmark themselves against their competitors and help them to plan for upcoming graduate recruitment campaigns. Members who participate in the research receive a complimentary soft copy of the report and other members are eligible to purchase the Summary Report at a discounted rate.

      Members must log into their profile to access the member rate.

      Please contact surveys@aage.com.au with any queries.