Careers Day

Employers of Choice and RMIT Property, Construction and Project Management students and alumni are invited to the RMIT PCPM Careers Days, held twice each year.

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Upcoming Careers Days

Our Careers Days are a great opportunity for students and employers to network.

Students have the opportunity to learn about the industry directly from employers. Areas that may be covered include graduate programs, career pathways, summer programs, scholarships and more.

About the program

Employers from property, valuation, construction, sustainable building and project management industries will present their organisations to current students from Bachelor and Master degrees.

Students are strongly encouraged to attend the Employer of Choice Careers Day as it is a great opportunity to network and learn more about the industry.

RMIT PCPM generally hold their Careers Days in April & August at the student lounge RMIT Building 8 Level 8 Student Lounge, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne.

The event is free for students and employers and usually run for 90 minutes during business hours.

Register to receive an email alert when registrations for the next Careers Day open.

Information for Employers of Choice

Registered Employers of Choice are invited to register to be part of the bi-annual Employer of Choice Careers Day.

To register as an industry partner who will have a stand and present to the students, please complete the online Careers Day registration form (Career hub login required – if you do not have one please email and we will set you up).

Information for students and alumni

If you are a student or alumnus of RMIT's School of Property, Construction and Project Management, please complete the online student Careers Day event RSVP (student login required). 

Need networking tips?

Attend a Networking For Success lunchtime event.

Register via Careerhub 
(login required – if you have forgotten your login details, please email

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