The Aboriginal Graduate Program has provided me with many fantastic opportunities. The 6-month rotational structure of the program allows you to gain valuable time and experience in a variety of units within the University, each with their own challenges. The supportive network provided allows you to confidently embark on tasks and further your skills from everything between workplace activities to professional development courses. I would highly recommend this program to any aspiring graduates.

Thomas Rogers

The AGP provides a boost to start your career after your degree. The program supports you to build on current knowledge and skills and assists with further development to ensure your success in the workplace. In the program I worked on meaningful work projects which helped in expanding my skillset after studying. After finish the program, I continued working at the Uni as the environment and vision of the Uni is one I am happy to be a part of.

Dallas Bishop

The structure of the UniSA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Graduate Program enabled me to enter into the workforce with more confidence. As a first time mother starting my career with a young child was challenging. However, I was provided with and continue to receive emotional and cultural support throughout my journey.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Graduate Program allowed me to step out of my comfort zone and gain a professional experience that I would not have tried otherwise. This is a significant outcome as often it is difficult to enter professions without significant work experience.

I am very grateful to have been placed into a high achieving dynamic team and apply the knowledge and skills I gained in my Communication degree.

Kiah Buckskin-James

Need to get in touch?

If you have some unanswered questions, please feel free to contact Deanne Hanchant-Nichols, Consultant: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment and Development on or call (08) 8302 2202.