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Engage with your future: a one-stop career resource for students and employers

During the COVID-19 lockdown period, the Otago University Career Development Centre is continuing to support students and to offer career guidance appointments, workshops, webinars and resources online.

- Facebook
- GoinGlobal
- Big Interview: virtual services to practice interview skills
- Programmes
- OtagoCareerHub for appointments, self-assessment resources, job and internship vacancies, workshops and webinars

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We offer our full range of career services online via webinars, virtual one-on-one appointments and online CV and cover letter checking.

Log onto the OtagoCareerHub to book an Appointment or join a webinar via Events.  Don't forget to check our online resources. You can also submit your career queries via Ask a Question.

We can be reached on our usual telephone number 03 - 479 8244 and via email

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Career planning

Get advice, and the tools you need to plan your future.

Job search & making applications  

Obtain help with your CV, job applications and interview skills. 

Graduate Recruitment

Search job vacancies, find out about employers on campus and connect with employers and industry. 

International students

Read advice specifically targeted at International students.


Advertise jobs

Find the right person for the job.

Raise your profile

Network with our students and advertise your brand on-campus.

Career Expos

Gain the chance to recruit this year’s graduates.

Offer an Internship

Offering summer work or an internship is a great way to meet and recruit Otago students and graduates. 


CDC Blog

Follow our blog for weekly tips from our career experts.

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Global Careers

Job portal for international students. Access graduate opportunities back home.

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