国际学生欢迎前台工作人员由参加工学结合项目的当地学生义工和国际学生义工组成。 学生志愿者负责问候到达的学生,并向他们提供信息及帮助. 前台工作人员由当地学生义工和国际学生义工组成。他们是因参加工学结合项目而得到此工作机会的。
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When considering job applications, Kate looks at a student’s experience, skills and attitude. Her advice: ‘Get involved. Learn a bit more about our company. Draft your résumé and highlight your experience and transferable skills, such as customer service, communication, teamwork and your ability to use technology.’
International student Emily Sun began her journey with Urbanest as a residential assistant. She then joined the customer service team before gaining a part-time position as an account assistant in the finance team in the corporate office.
Employing international students means Urbanest’s workforce has become, ‘more multicultural,’ says Kate. ‘A lot of our residents are here doing their Masters degrees, so we’re gaining smart, switched on members who understand how we operate.’
Emily has even represented the company back in China. ‘She’s basically going home and speaking about the benefits she’s had by living and working at Urbanest,’ says Kate. ‘It’s great for us to have someone that really resonates with the target market.’
Take the challenge and go for it - Emily Sun, International student graduate
Chinese-born international student Emily Sun’s experience with Urbanest has sharpened her language and professional skills. ‘Communication skills are one thing I really improved during my role here and also teamwork—helping each other like a big family,’ says Emily. ‘When your English skills improve you have more chance to present yourself.’
Working under the 485 post-graduate visa, Emily’s experience living and working in one of Urbanest’s Sydney properties has meant she’s brought operational insight to the role, as well as the theoretical knowledge gained during her Master’s Degree in Commerce from the University of Sydney.
She encourages anyone considering studying internationally to, ‘take the challenge and go for it’.