We embrace diversity and value the contributions our graduates and staff bring from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.

Each year we actively encourage applications for our program from people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people; those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; and mature age.

If you are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islandergraduate or a person with disability we invite you to apply through our affirmative measures process.

We offer a range of programs, groups and networks that contribute to our collaborative and supportive culture.

The networks include:

  • Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Gender Equality Network
  • Disability Access and Inclusion
  • Indigenous Staff Network
  • Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Network
  • Carers' Network
  • Pride and Allies Network

We celebrate NAIDOC week; National Carers’ Week; International Women’s Day; International Day of People with Disability; Harmony Day; International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT); National Reconciliation Week and International Day of the Worlds Indigenous peoples; along with many others.

Our responsibility for the following Indigenous programs Indigenous Languages and Arts, Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support and Indigenous Repatriation further drive our commitment.

Our graduates

Our graduates are innovative, curious and future-focused, with a desire to learn and help shape Australia’s infrastructure, transport, regional development, communications and creative industries.

Our program offers significant opportunities to make a big impact and kick start your career in a department that works with dynamic and innovative sectors in our economy.