Tools and resources

Tools and resources

CareerHub and CareerWise are our online resource sites specifically designed with all the resources you’ll need to get started on the journey towards finding your future career.


If you’re ready to start your career journey, CareerHub can help. It’s a website that functions as a jobs board to advertise graduate and entry level work, part-time and casual jobs, volunteering opportunities and more, from employers who want to hire Macquarie students.

All employers are vetted and approved to advertise on our platform. We check their job ads for clarity, adherence to legal award rates, and to ensure they are legitimate opportunities.

CareerHub also lets you book an appointment to see an advisor, register for our upcoming career events including fairs and workshops, and upload your resume to be reviewed by one of our staff.

How do I start?

Visit CareerHub and select which kind of student you are under "First Time Here".  If you are not yet enrolled at Macquarie University, please contact us for guidance at 02 9850 7372. 

You’ll be asked to fill out a registration form and provide a username and password.

Current Macquarie and MUIC students should use their Student ID number (without the mq) as the user name. The password will be the same as your I-Learn password.  If you have trouble logging in with those details, contact the Career and Employment Service. 

If you are studying with the English Language Centre, you will need to register with us in person at MUSE, Level 2 (C7A) on campus.

If you are a recent graduate, you can choose any user name and password you'd like. Once your request is approved, you will have full access to CareerHub as well as our services up until 1 year after your graduation.


CareerWise helps you increase your employability skills and knowledge, gain a competitive edge, and build your future. It’s our new innovative online learning platform accessed through iLearn. CareerWise is structured in 3 modules that you work through in your own time.

Module 1: Identify your values, interests, personality and skills. This module will help you to decide on a career that’s right for you.

Module 2: Answers questions about how to gain experience and develop transferable skills for your future career. It also looks at how to draft a professional profile and discusses all aspects of networking. 

Module 3: Helps you learn how to ace the application process. There are tips on various types of interviews, information about assessment centres, and psychometric testing. 

You will also find a comprehensive career planner designed to bring you closer to your dream job.

What are you waiting for? Take your future into your own hands with the help of CareerWise.

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