Here at Open Colleges, we live up to our name of being Australia’s leader in online education by always putting our students first. It’s our job to be fully committed to helping you reach your personal and professional goals.
Seriously, we’ve got your back.
The Open Colleges Career Commitment means you not only get access to a whole heap of career advice and resources throughout your course, but If you haven’t achieved the career outcome you hoped for 6 months after graduating, we’ll give you another course to ensure you get the extra skills you need to succeed.
Career Commitment FAQs
The way it works is pretty simple.
When you enquired with Open Colleges, you would have told us what you wanted to achieve by studying the course. This could be to change careers or get a promotion, etc.
Once you graduate, you’ll take your qualification and go out into the job market.
If, 6 months after your graduation date, you have made considerable effort but still haven’t managed to reach the outcome that you specified when you enquired with us – and if you meet the other eligibility requirements – we’ll provide you with an additional course or module to give you the extra skills you need.Our Career Commitment also means that you’ll have access to a whole range of career advice and resources that could help you get closer to achieving your goals – both during your studies and beyond. See how to create a resume that will help you stand out and prepare for your next job interview on our Careers site.
The part of the Career Commitment that offers an additional course or module is only available to students who enrol on or after 3 July 2017. This is mainly because unfortunately, we did not have a system in place to collect information about your intended study outcome when you enrolled, so we would be unable to determine whether you had achieved that outcome after graduation or not. However, as part of our Career Commitment to all of our students, we do offer a whole range of career advice and resources that could help you get closer to achieving your goals. See how to create a resume that will help you stand out and prepare for your next job interview on our Careers site.