While graduation may spell the end of your studies at the University of Newcastle, it doesn’t mean the end of your association.
If you are heading into the workforce, the University offers career advice, while connecting with our extensive alumni network offer a wide range of opportunities.
Or you may choose to stay on and further your education through one of our many postgraduate study programs.
From the moment you graduate, you’ll become part of our outstanding network of over 143,000 University of Newcastle alumni around the world.
The University of Newcastle is built on the strength and generosity of our global community, and as an alumnus, you’ll have access to lifelong benefits, services and networking opportunities. This includes access to exclusive events, where you can hear from alumni in industry, entrepreneurs and innovators. Be mentored by alumni leaders around the world, and expand your professional and personal networks.
Our alumni provide invaluable support through donating their time, expertise and skills, and every one of our alumni has something unique to give back.
We would love to hear from you, so stay connected and let us know how you would like to get involved in your lifelong alumni network.
To get involved, update your details online, and make sure to follow us on social media for the latest event invitations, alumni opportunities and University news @UONalumni.
Because wherever you are in the world and whatever you are doing, the University of Newcastle alumni network is here to help you every step of the way.
Contact the Alumni Team
Phone: +61 (02) 4921 6699
One of the best ways you can help the University continue to improve is by completing the graduate outcomes survey (GOS).
Sent from the Social Research Centre, the GOS is a national census of all newly qualified graduates that helps us understand the quality of your study experience.
Have you got the skills to give you the right start in your long-term career? Do your skills match the needs of the Australian workforce? Participating in the GOS will help the University (and the Australian higher education sector) plan for the future and make improvements to higher education.
Look out for your copy after your graduation ceremony (by email) in May or November.
Postgraduate study is a great way to get a head start in the workforce, earn a promotion in your current job or make a career change.
Whatever your motivation, the University offers hundreds of postgraduate courses, as well as the opportunity to earn your PhD or Research Masters degree.
Graduation may actually be a brand new beginning for you at the University.
Whether the end of your last term is fast approaching or you’ve already graduated, the University offers a range of services and resources to assist you with your career goals.
Career Consultants are available for 10-minute consultations aimed at helping you with:
- Resume and job application advice
- Interview preparation
- Job search strategies
You can also book in for longer consultations, or attend an employment and career workshop.
For more information, head to CareerHub.
Useful resources for the transition to the workforce:
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.