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GradAustralia is a rapidly scaling startup with a mission to help every student get the best possible start to their career.

This is not an easy task, but since launching in 2015 we’ve already made big steps with a national publication distributed to 50,000+ students annually and new online tools with reams of insider content giving students the edge they need to make their biggest decision.

But this is just the beginning - we’re working relentlessly behind the scenes to test new products and transform the way that young people make their career decisions.

We are a dynamic team and we hire great people who we trust to excel and put their ideas into action. GradAustralia is always on the lookout for star interns who are itching to unleash their full potential. If this sounds like you, get in touch!

Our offices are located in Sydney, a short walk from Central Station. Take a tour... Show More

GradAustralia is a rapidly scaling startup with a mission to help every student get the best possible start to their career.

This is not an easy task, but since launching in 2015 we’ve already made big steps with a national publication distributed to 50,000+ students annually and new online tools with reams of insider content giving students the edge they need to make their biggest decision.

But this is just the beginning - we’re working relentlessly behind the scenes to test new products and transform the way that young people make their career decisions.

We are a dynamic team and we hire great people who we trust to excel and put their ideas into action. GradAustralia is always on the lookout for star interns who are itching to unleash their full potential. If this sounds like you, get in touch!

Our offices are located in Sydney, a short walk from Central Station. Take a tour here!:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Layneisha Sgro, 2016 GradAustralia Indigenous Scholarship Program Recipient
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Layneisha Sgro, a 19 year old Indigenous student originally from Broome, WA recently received the 2016 GenerationOne Indigenous Scholarship.

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