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Prospective mentors: If you are an industry professional interested in mentoring a student from the ANU College of Business and Economics in the upcoming February - July 2020 MomentuM program, mentor expressions of interest will open via this website in late November, 2019. 

Mentees: Student applications for the semester 1, 2020 MomentuM have now closed.


The ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) is dedicated to ensuring our students are prepared to successfully navigate the professional landscape and meet the expectations of their future employers. That is why we are working with industry partners to co-run the flagship professional development program at ANU, MomentuM.

Student employability is a core value and key strategic focus at CBE, and we know that employers demand well-rounded graduates, equipped for the job market. Designed to complement world-class academic studies and co-curricular learning, MomentuM provides students with a strong foundation for continued professional development.

Through practical and theoretical opportunities, students build and develop industry-identified key skills and attributes to develop confident, "work-ready" and competitive graduates and support a successful transition to the workplace.

Program Features

Throughout their participation in MomentuM, students (mentees) take time to self-reflect, consider and develop career goals and define personal strengths and areas for development. With guidance from their Mentor, themed milestones and personal research, students work to achieve these goals.

Mentors and mentees also have the opportunity to attend exclusive interactive workshops and networking opportunities throughout the duration of the program, to support and encourage the mentees professional development, maximise their work-ready potential and broaden their professional networks.

Compulsory Key Program Dates

A full list of milestones, workshops and events for the upcoming MomentuM program (February - June 2020) will be provided to all participating mentors and mentees.

Compulsory key dates for the upcoming, intensive semester 1, 2020 MomentuM program are:



Mentee pre-commencement session

Tuesday, 18 February 2020: 5 – 6pm OR;
Wednesday, 26 February 2020: 5 – 6pm

CBE Employability Launch

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 (breakfast)

Mentee milestones x 4


  • March 2020 x 2
  • May 2020 x 2

Mentor/Mentee meetings

1 hour each month, minimum
(March, Apri, May, June)

Interactive MomentuM workshop 1
(mentees only)

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 (evening)

Interactive MomentuM networking workshop 2 (mentors and mentees)

Wednesday, 1 April 2020 (evening)

Interactive MomentuM networking workshop 3 (mentors and mentees)

Thursday, 7 May 2020 (evening)

Interactive MomentuM workshop 4
(mentees only)

Monday, 18 May 2020 (day)

CBE Employability Closing

Friday, 19 June 2020 (lunch)

In addition to compulsory key program activities, MomentuM students are offered the opportunity to attend a series of optional CBE Careers workshops and employer events over the course of the semester.


Interested in applying for MomentuM? Interested in mentoring a CBE student? Click below to find out more

For Mentees

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For Mentors

Find out more about the program.

MomentuM addresses key areas of a student’s development throughout their journey as students through to alumni status. The merit in focusing on career education and talent development designed to enhance a student’s employability in the future shouldn't be understated.

Anthony Matis, General Manager Education (International), CPA Australia

… as a Business Manager with a very successful experience of recruiting ANU interns, this unique program from ANU can only ensure that students will not simply be job ready, they will be job confident.

Stewart Rendall - Global Strategy, BAE Systems Australia

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For further information about the CBE MomentuM Mentoring & Professional Development Program, please contact

Sarena Bunce
Student Employability Coordinator (Professional Development)
Phone: +61 2 6125 8254
Email: momentum.cbe@anu.edu.au

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