Why not let someone else, like your employer, pay fro your university degree. Cadetships offer you the opportunity to work and attend university at once and all on the bosses ticket!!

Bluescope Steel Cadetships

Available in Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Mechatronics, Materials and Chemical Engineering as well as Chemistry.

Ausgrid Cadetship Program

The Ausgrid Cadetship program is designed for high achieving students with strong academic results – particularly in maths and physics. The cadetship is a five-year program that combines work with university study. As an Ausgrid Cadet you will complete a four-year Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree at university (specialising in power engineering) and undertake work experience with Ausgrid when university is not in session. You will defer your final year of university for 12 months and work at Ausgrid full-time, completing two six-month placements in junior engineering roles. You will then return to Uni in year 5, to undertake an industry-based thesis project. Applications open in July and close on the 30th September.

Country Energy Engineering Cadetship

Wanting to pursue a career as an Electrical Engineer? Then check this cadetship out today.

PWC Trainee Program

Why not kick start your career with a leading edge trainee program? If you're in your last year of high school or first year of university, the trainee program enables you to gain practical and commercial experience within our Assurance, Private Clients or Tax & Legal business areas, while completing a commerce or business degree majoring in accounting.

Boyce Accounting Cadetships

Boyce Chartered Accountants are offering a number of accounting cadetships. Cadets would be employed in their Moree, Dubbo, Goulburn, Cooma and/ or Wagga Wagga offices.

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