You're an alumnus for life
When you graduate from the University of Canberra at one of our partner institutions, you automatically become part of our dynamic, inspiring, and talented alumni community. As an alumnus, you can access the range of benefits and services that the UC Alumni office provides, including lifelong learning, personal and professional development, events, and volunteer opportunities.
There are many ways to stay connected with UC once you graduate to ensure you benefit from the power of an active, diverse and inspiring alumni network.
The University has recently established international Alumni Chapters based in the following regions:
The Alumni Office regularly hosts and supports events in our partner regions where we have active alumni groups. The Alumni Office has strong relationships with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade as well as international alumni associations that offer a broad range of activities and services to support our international alumni.
Visit our Alumni page for more information about the UC Alumni network.
We will notify you of activities happening in your region via email so don't forget to also keep your details up to date. You can also check out our blog for great alumni stories and learning opportunities.
As well as being a UC Alumni, students studying at our partner institutions may wish to join partner alumni groups.
The Alumni Center of the School of Business offers services for UC-ECUST MBA graduates. This includes organising an Alumni Day and Alumni Sport Games each year. Each cohort is kept in close contact with the program faculty and staff even after they graduate. Graduates can get information of all kinds acitivities from the Offical Wechat public accounts of the Alumni Center and the UC-ECUST Joint MBA Program.
Visit the program website for more information.
NBU has an established alumni association which organises regular events. Students are involved in the Alumni Association as soon as they enrol and have full access to all of the resources and events. Activities include group and one-on-one academic support, workshops and peer support.
Visit the NBU website for more information.