Microsoft Company Tour + Panel: There is more than one way to success

Tour the Microsoft Melbourne office and hear from employees who are former international students. Plus, get tips on finding a career and build your network!

What to expect:

  • Tour Microsoft Melbourne office and get to know their workplace culture
  • Hear how employees decided their career paths & why they chose to change from their field of study
  • Learn what challenges they have overcome along the way and how they overcame them
  • Receive tips from professionals who have shared similar backgrounds & experiences in landing a dream job
  • Build your network
  • Ask any questions you need answered

What else is on offer?:

  • Microsoft branded T-shirt & lanyard
  • Study Melbourne gift bag (with a $150 myki voucher)
  • Free lunch

Date, time, location & registration:

Date: Thursday 6 October, 2022

Time: 11:30am-2:00pm

Location: Microsoft Melbourne Office - Level 5, 4 Freshwater Place, Southbank

 

This initiative has been made possible by funding from the Victorian Government through Study Melbourne.

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