Student Peer Leader Network

Learn more about the Student Peer Leader Network, their peer-to-peer careers and employability events and services, and how to become a peer leader.


Who are the peer leaders?

As part of the Student Peer Leader Network, peer leaders deliver a range of services, programs, and events to support the student community in the following areas:

  • careers and employability
  • global learning (study abroad & exchange)
  • English language and culture
  • transition and wellbeing

Events and activities run by peer leaders

  • Melbourne Talks

    Develop your English language skills and learn about Australian culture and academic life with other students through fun, peer-led activities. This free program is open to all international students new to the University of Melbourne. Please visit Melbourne Talks for program information and dates.

  • Careers drop-in with student peer leaders

    Drop-in to the Careers & Employability Studio on Friday mornings to speak to our peer leaders and get advice and help with preparing your resume, finding jobs and internships, preparing for interviews and navigating key employability tools. Check Careers Online for session dates and times.

  • Mock assessment centre

    An interactive workshop designed for students to practice and engage in several simulated group activities. Gain firsthand experience in commonly assessed tasks, plus lots of tips on what assessors look for. Delivered both virtually and in-person. To view session details and to register, visit Careers Online.

  • Interview practice workshop

    Participate in our virtual or in-person interactive session to help you practice your interview technique, learn how to tackle the more challenging interview questions and receive feedback on your own performance. Practice makes perfect! To view session details and to register, visit Careers Online.

  • Partnerships and collaborations

    Student peer leaders also partner with other teams across the university to support various student initiatives relating to wellbeing, work rights and skill development, and social interactions. The free meal packs program has been supported by the Student Peer Leader Network since the start of the pandemic and it aims to provide students in need with access to free food.

    Student clubs and societies can send their requests to facilitate workshops for their members by emailing requests to:

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How can I become a peer leader?

Check back in January 2023 for information about our next round of peer leader recruitment.

Contact us

For more information about the Student Peer Leader Network and the events, please email