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Careers and Study

 The TASA Careers & Study site aims to provide the latest advertisements for new jobs and scholarships, as well as links to other Academic Job and Postgraduate sites. You’ll also find up-to-date web links for Sociology Departments in Australia and New Zealand, and general information and links on developing a career in sociology.

Why study sociology in Australia? Professor Michael Gilding (Swinburne Institute of Social Research) outlines three excellent reasons in Word (38.0kb) and Pdf (10.7kb). If you are thinking about studying in Australia, you may find this Study in Australia website useful.

If you are interested in working in Australia using your sociology qualifications from another country you may find the following links useful:

 - Qualifications and skills recognition
 - Immigration South Australia
 - Unit Group 2724: Social Professionals
 - Application process
 - Vetassess -provide skills assessments to assist you in planning to migrate to Australia

Which careers can you pursue with a Bachelor of Arts?

Have you checked out the National Work Integrated Learning (WIL) portal? The National WIL Portal helps businesses and employers source students for their organisation by providing a direct gateway to universities across Australia. Read on…

 - New Jobs & Scholarships
 - Sociology Departments
 - Careers in Sociology
 - Employment search websites
 - What is Sociology?
 - Sociology at Work
 - 6 part podcast series on Internships


Kate Huppatz (L) and Steve Matthewman (R) congratulating Michelle Peterie on being the 2018 JoS Best Paper Award winner for Docility and Desert: government discourses of compassion in Australia’s asylum seeker debate

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