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The Careers Mentorship Program is a professional development initiative which aims  to pair  Kaplan Business School student ambassadors with relevant industry professionals and alumni on the basis of shared interests, degree backgrounds and preferred industry experience.


The program provides students with the opportunity to  create a professional network for themselves. Students gain valuable insight into the career pathways they’re interested in, and are able to seek personable, career-related advice from their assigned mentors.

Please note, that the KBS Career Mentorship program is only open to students who are in their final trimester of study. Ambassadors are selected through an application and interview process. Ambassadors are engaged and energetic KBS students who wish to enhance the overall experience of the KBS student community. 


01. Express Your Interest

Student ambassadors, we want to hear from you! To get started, please see your Careers Officer and have a chat with them about the program. We need to ascertain what it is you would be hoping to get out of the program, what leadership style you best respond to and what your career aspirations are.

02. First Meeting

Once approved, your Careers Officer will organise your first meeting with your mentor and will offer you assistance in  preparing for the program.

03. Mentorship

You will take part in a range of networking activities and events, while  given the opportunity to build and develop on-going support with your mentor.

A Word From a KBS Mentee 

Luis Medina, KBS Student and Mentee (left):

“The great thing about the mentorship is it boosts the speed at which I am able to pick up skills and knowledge, which would otherwise take much longer if I was left to do it all by myself. “


Rob Regan, Mentor and Managing Director | Kaplan International Australia and New Zealand (right):

“Whatever opportunity comes your way, you need to make it happen. Don’t sit there and think that you’re going to come out and be above other entry-levels.”