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What is a Business cadetship?

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What is a Business cadetship?

As a Business Cadet, typically you combine university study in Sydney with paid work at UBS or Barrenjoey Capital Partners in Sydney. The Business Cadetships Program allows you to choose the university where you will study and allows you latitude in your choice of degree program.

What is a cadetship in Australia?

What is a cadetship? Cadetships are a way in which businesses can support students studying at a tertiary level to develop practical experience in their chosen field of study. Cadetship models can be developed to meet the needs of both business and the cadets they are supporting.

What is the difference between cadetship and internship?

Internships are usually for a shorter period (for example 3 – 6 months) than cadetships and serve as a stepping-stone in your career pathway towards a full time job. Cadets and Interns generally are paid, but less than people in the regular workforce.

How do Cadetships work?

A Cadetship combines formal vocational training with practical work experience. Cadetships vary in length depending on the vocation but are generally 18 month to 2 years in length. Cadets are employed under a Contract of Employment with DECD and are paid at the award wage consistent with the cadetship vocation.

What is a UBS cadetship?

A Business Cadetship combines paid work at either UBS or Barrenjoey in Sydney with university study in Sydney. It is very important that the integration of study and work allows you to perform well both at university and at work. A Cadetship at UBS or at Barrenjoey is typically a four year program.

Do Cadetships get paid?

Cadetships vary in length depending on the vocation but are generally 18 month to 2 years in length. Cadets are employed under a Contract of Employment with DECD and are paid at the award wage consistent with the cadetship vocation.

What is the difference between a cadet and a trainee?

As nouns the difference between cadet and trainee is that cadet is a student at a military school who is training to be an officer while trainee is trainee.

Are Cadetships worth it?

A cadetship is also a great opportunity to work out whether you want an accounting career, rather than finding that out after you’ve completed a degree. “Even if you didn’t like it, you find out early on.” But above all, cadets gain hard-won financial independence.

How much do Cadetships pay?

Cadet Salaries

Job Title Salary
EY Cadet salaries – 17 salaries reported $42,000/yr
Legal Aid ACT Cadet salaries – 12 salaries reported $44,808/yr
P & O Maritime Services Cadet salaries – 6 salaries reported $40,048/yr
Multiplex Cadet salaries – 5 salaries reported $25/hr

What can I do with a business cadetship?

The Business Cadetships Program allows you to choose the university where you will study and allows you latitude in your choice of degree program. Flexible Once you have been selected as a preferred applicant for a cadetship, you will meet with the company to discuss the most suitable way of combining university study with paid work.

When do business cadetships start at UBS Australia?

In 2021, the Business Cadetships Program offers exciting cadetship opportunities in a range of business areas at UBS and at Barrenjoey. The Business Cadetships Program welcomes applications from all Year 12 students who are Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents.

Where can I get a professional cadetship in Australia?

Over the last twelve years, Professional Cadetships Australia has provided Year 12 students with the opportunity to apply for a cadetship with leading companies in the financial services industry, including UBS, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Westpac, QBE and Zurich.

Can a year 12 cadet get a job?

Open to current Year 12 students, Professional Cadetships provide unparalleled opportunities. As a Cadet, you combine study at the university of your choice with paid work at a leading company.