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Malam Karier - Starting a Career in Australia

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Colombo Theatre C

Colombo Building

UNSW Kensington Campus

Sydney, New South Wales

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AIYA NSW and PPIA UNSW are proud to bring back Malam Karier : Starting a Career in Australia!


Soon to graduate from University? Interested in pursuing a career in Australia? Are you an international student as well?

In light of the recent major changes in the migration laws, finding success in the Australian job market with an Indonesian background may prove to be more challenging. Come along and listen as our distinguished panel share their own experiences, challenges, and successes in the Australian job market. Learn how to understand Australian Migration rules as our Migration Agent panellist shed some light on the notoriously complex and dynamic pathways of migrating to Australia


This is an opportunity especially for Indonesian students and graduates to gain key information about migration pathways to Australia, as well as setting up a career here.


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We are proud to announce our speakers for the night:

  • Wendy Hartanti - Director of Corporate and Global Tax at PwC Australia, and Treasurer at Australia Indonesia Business Council.
  • Francisco Widjojo - Associate at Baker McKenzie, Angel Investor, and CAUSINDY Alumnus.
  • Roy Marcellus - Director of Sales at Crown Group.
  • Larissa Dulat - Registered Migration Agent at Ptlabs Consulting


After the panel discussion and chat, there will be a Q&A opportunity and networking with light food and refreshments served.

The event is FREE and open to all people interested. Spaces are limited, register now to secure your seat!


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Colombo Theatre C

Colombo Building

UNSW Kensington Campus

Sydney, New South Wales

Australia

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