Congratulations, you’ve gotten an interview! (or you’re doing your research about tips and tricks for interviews – Good for you). I can tell you one thing for sure – interviews are scary. There’s no doubt about it. Even experienced job hunters can tell you about horror stories, but here are some quick tips I’ve learnt … Continue reading 6 Tips That Will Help Nail Your Next Job Interview
1. Get involved If they have quirky work rules/events, get involved. My work has monthly dress theme days - last month was Onesie Day and you bet I got into that one! Before that my job had Formal Tuesday, We Wear Pink on Wednesdays and casual Fridays. It lets you become a better part of … Continue reading How To Make The Best Of Your Internship
Presentations are an inevitable part of uni assessments and the corporate world but a large majority of people dread public speaking. As with any skill, it’s a matter of practising and improving your own style of presenting to build your confidence. Whether you love presenting in front of people or get super anxious just thinking … Continue reading How to Ace a Presentation
‘Big 4’ is the exciting world of debits, credits, boutique coffee shops and a culture like no other. Any accounting or business student would have probably heard of the ‘Big 4’ and may even dream of scoring an internship or graduate position there some day. Well I’m here to offer a little bit of insight … Continue reading Life in the Big 4
Strutting around Sydney’s CBD in your new corporate wear can be an exciting prospect but the reality of working as a full time intern is very different to what you would see in Suits.
I spent my summer sitting at a desk, all day, 3 times a week, for 3 months (and counting). Though it may sound boring, I can assure you that my internship experience is nothing but that. I've been fortunate enough to land a role as a Strategy Analyst intern at a boutique management consulting firm … Continue reading 4 things I’ve learned as a part-time 9-5’er
Written By: Katie Gu Networking! Networking! Networking! The dreaded word all first years come across but don't know what to do with (or just any student, regardless of year, let's be honest). But, don't fret. Women in Business has got your back! We prepared a list of tips and tricks that you should always have … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for your next Networking Event!
Written By: Clare O'Rourke Exclusively for WIB. Are you a student who cowers at the sight of the menacing green Excel icon? Do you think that the words "Excel" and "fun" could never be used in the same sentence? Well, here at UTS Women in Business, we love telling our members the truth. And the … Continue reading 3 reasons why you need to learn Excel – no matter what you’re studying!
The UTS Business Society, BusinessOne Consulting UTS and UTS Women in Business are proud to present the 2017 EY Case Competition In its third time running, and now in collaboration with 4 leading Australian Universities, EY is calling upon all students from the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, UTS and Monash (both Clayton and Caulfield campuses) to take part in … Continue reading Team Registration and Expression of Interest: EY Case Competition 2017
Co-Written By: Mariam and Kerstin Exclusively for WIB. Are you currently a job seeker struggling to get your application noticed by recruiters? Or someone who has just been interviewed but hasn't been considered for the next round? Well…you're not alone! No doubt, job hunting can be challenging and frustrating, but if you have the basics right you … Continue reading Back to Basics: 3 Simple Tips to Improve your Employability