Information for Students

It can be daunting to think past your final year of undergraduate study and what you might be doing next. What does a career in a particular field actually look like in reality? Should you undertake further study? Being mentored provides you with insights into the professional world and helps you to expand your knowledge of career options and plan for life after study.

Apply for a Mentor

Please note the program will have only one intake in 2019 during Semester 1. Mentee applications for 2019 will open in early January 2019.

If you would like to discuss the program in greater detail or have any questions about the application process, contact:


Access Connections Program 
+61 3 8344 2593
access-connections@unimelb.edu.au
 

 

The benefits of having a mentor

  Mentors challenge, motivate, inspire and empower you to pursue your goals.
 

The structure and matching process

  This program is facilitated by University staff who will support you and your mentor throughout the program.
 

Eligibility Criteria

  To be eligible for the Access Connections Mentoring Program:
 

Mentoring at Melbourne Student Workshops

  Preparation workshops ensure participants gain full value from the program.

 
  • 28 February, 12pm-1:00pm Doug McDonell-503 (Steve Howard Theatre) Sign up here
  • 13 March, 2:00-3:00pm Kwong Lee Dow-219 Sign up here
  • 14 March, 11:00-12:00pm Old Engineering-107 (A1 Theatre) Sign up here
  • 15 March, 1:00-2:00pm Old Arts-124 (Theatre C) Sign up here
  • 23 March, Webinar 11:00-12:00pm Sign up here
 
 
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