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Career counselling is only one part of your ongoing process of self reflection, research and goal setting in career planning and development. An appointment may help you further understand:
Unit selection and specific course planning questions should be directed to a Course Advisor in your faculty.
|Type of client||Time||Fee|
|Current student or first year graduate
||1 hour session||Free*|
|Graduate/Alumni (completed more than 1 year ago)||1 hour session||$55*|
|Staff member||1 hour session||First appointment free. Any additional appointment $55*|
*Additional fees for vocational or personality assessment tests.
Telephone or visit Student Life reception on your campus to make an appointment for career counselling. Telephone appointments can be conducted during working hours if you cannot attend an appointment on campus.
Prepare or update
The careers counsellor does not necessarily provide a quick answer or solve your issue, nor can a Career Counsellor provide expert advice on every profession. Appointments are usually 50 - 60 minutes.
You may want to discuss:
Your faculty Course Advisor may have referred you, or you may be thinking about:
Who are the career counsellors?
The Career Counsellors at Deakin University are tertiary qualified in the careers sector. They have a wide variety of experience and specialisations.