Frequently asked questions and key dates
ASIC Graduate Program - Frequently Asked Questions
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Traralgon – please note, not all streams are available in all locations. See application form for more details.
Yes. You need to be an Australian citizen to apply. ASIC cannot accept permanent residents or international students.
Aside from the relevant degree disciplines, we look for energetic, proficient communicators who are comfortable with change and teamwork. We also look for people who can multitask and pick up new concepts quickly.
To apply for the ASIC Graduate Program, you must have completed an undergraduate degree in 2019, 2018 or 2017. You must complete your degree before the Graduate Program commences in January 2020.
If you are selected for the ASIC Graduate Program, you will be sent an organisational suitability assessment. You will need to complete this and we will assess it, before you can begin work at ASIC.
If you proceed to the next stage after filling in your online application you will be emailed an online psychometric assessment to do at home.
Yes, you will receive an email at every stage of the process.
Feedback is provided via email and is sent to applicants who are invited to participate in the Assessment centre and face to face interview stage of our application process and beyond.
Wednesday 29 January 2020.
Tight deadlines and an online application process prevent us from extending our closing dates. If you miss the date, you will have to wait until the following year to apply.
There is a contact number on the form that you can call to log any problems you have. If your issue is in relation to the word count section on the application form, please note the online form counts words differently to the other online system used. Try removing a few words from each section, for example, if you reduce the number of words down to about 146-7 words and then try to submit again.
Yes, appreciating that similar to other undergraduate programs, the development is designed for those entering the workforce.
ASIC currently offers an Intern Program in the Traralgon and Melbourne offices only.
Traralgon internships are organised through Federation University and Melbourne internships are organised through RMIT University. You must be a student of these universities to apply. Please contact your university directly for more information.
- Applications open: 11 March 2019.
- Applications close: 31 March 2019.
Other key dates to note are:
- 10th April: Video Interview and Psychometric assessment commences.
- 6th, 8th, 10th May: Sydney Assessment Centre.
- 8th, 9th, 10th May: Melbourne Assessment Centre.
- 13th & 14th May: Brisbane Assessment Centre.
- 13th May: Traralgon Assessment Centre.
- January 2020: ASIC Graduate Program commences.