How They Work
The Engineering & Technology Cadetships (ETCAD) Program was launched in 2013 by Professional Cadetships Australia (PCA), an Australian company that has a proven record of placing Year 12 students with leading companies. Under previous ETCAD Programs, PCA has placed Engineering Cadets at Rolls-Royce and Cubic Transportation Systems and Technology Cadets at UBS, Macquarie Group and Westpac.
Under the 2023 ETCAD Program, Year 12 students have the opportunity to apply for a Technology Cadetship. Cadets will be placed at UBS in the Chief Digital & Information Office where they will gain experience across the business.
Technology Cadets combine work with university study in computer science, information technology or information systems. Alternatively, cadets may undertake a generalist degree like arts or business.
Engineering Cadetships will not be offered this year.