For everybody and in every industry

DiversityHub is an online portal where you can view jobs, employability support, mentoring and industry networking events.

The University of Queensland has a thriving community of students and staff passionate about diversity and inclusion. You can find out more about the wonderful groups, initiatives and opportunities through DiversityHub eAlerts.

DiversityHub aims to strengthen the connection between students and employers and contribute to further enhancing inclusion in the workplace.

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Connect to stay updated about events, job opportunities and initiatives in the employability, diversity and inclusion space.

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DiversityHub e-alerts will be sent to the email address listed on your StudentHub account and will not be provided to any third parties.

Career & disability appointments for UQ students

UQ Students with a disability can access an on-campus (St Lucia) appointment with an Employability Specialist. Please book appointments for a Career & Disability Appointment directly through StudentHub. If you have a disability, mental health or medical condition, illness, injury or exceptional circumstance, Student Services also provide Student Advisers who can provide support and assistance for your studies.

Meet with an Employability Specialist       Meet with a Student Adviser 

Explore opportunities and connect with employers through DiversityHub

Mentoring - Industry and peer

Positive Action towards Career Engagement (PACE) Mentoring connects jobseekers with a disability to mentors from leading Australian businesses.
Our friendly ZOOM peer mentors are third year or above who have experienced university with a disability or lived experience of mental illness and wish to share with you how they have achieved success.
Out for Australia aims to equip aspiring LGBTIQ professionals with information, skills, contacts and role models to make their transition from university into the workplace easier.
AIME sources university student mentors to mentor indigenous high school students, which includes bringing mentees onto campus for week-long programs. All are welcome to apply to become a mentor.

Internships - Paid positions

Stepping Into Internships Program (paid internships)
CareerTrackers links Indigenous university students with employers for paid, multi-year internships.

Employment opportunities


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