SEDA College students develop transferrable skills, which lead to a variety of exciting career options. Graduates find themselves studying and working in a broad range of industries including:
SEDA College graduates can continue further education by undertaking a course at a variety of institutions. They also have the opportunity to articulate to University upon completion of a Diploma level program.
SEDA College graduates who choose to complete the dual Diploma program SIS50319 Diploma of Sport, and the BSB50215 Diploma of Business with SEDA Group (RTO Provider: 22503) can gain direct entry into a range of Universities*.
*subject to meeting eligibility requirements.
The pathway opportunities* available to Diploma graduates include courses with partner Universities below.
SEDA Group works in partnership with higher education partners to provide graduates from the Sports Industry and High Performance Programs with articulation credits* into a range of courses as stated above. Learn how you can shorten your degree by completing the Sports Industry Programs.
* subject to meeting eligibility requirements. Pathways information relates to the 2020 Sports Industry Program, accurate as at June, 2020.
Graduating from SEDA in 2011, Josh went on to study a Bachelor of Sports Journalism at La Trobe University which he completed at the end of 2015. Today, Josh is currently based in Italy and travelling the Formula 1 Circuit as a Communications and Digital Producer with Formula 1 team, Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda.
After graduating from SEDA in 2012, Ben had a series of jobs within the sporting industry including Community Programs Assistant at Cricket Australia and Communications Coordinator at AIME. AIME is an educational program that supports Indigenous students through high school and into university or employment. Ben has risen to the rank of co-CEO with AIME at just twenty-three years old. He is passionate about advocating for aboriginal people and wants to continue changing the face of the country.
“SEDA College best prepared me for life after school. I learned a lot about how to communicate with people in the industry and being confident with how I present myself. I also was lucky enough to gain employment with Netball Australia through my year of work placement with the help of my teacher.” Caitlyn is currently studying a Bachelor of Sports Management and Sports Science whilst working with Netball Australia in High Performance.
Graduating from SEDA in 2011, Sherridan went on to study a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physical Education) from 2012-2013, followed by a Graduate Diploma of Education in 2014. Sherridan then started working at SEDA in 2015, whilst completing a Masters of Teaching with a focus on Applied Learning, the cornerstone of the SEDA College curriculum.
Upon graduating SEDA in 2014, Chelsea gained employment with Royal Brighton Yacht Club as the Discovery Sailing Coordinator. At the beginning of 2016, Chelsea seized the opportunity to apply for Victoria Police. After a nine-month application process, Chelsea began her dream career as a Constable with Victoria Police.
With aspirations of becoming a Physiotherapist, Josh is currently in his third year at Deakin University studying a Bachelor of Sport Science. Josh discovered his passion for muscles and movement while completing a placement at a physiotherapy clinic during his final year at SEDA.