Create positive change across the world
Our alumni are one of a kind. Backed by a world-class education and the unique Newcastle experience, our graduates are tackling the world’s greatest challenges.
155,000 strong global alumni network
Connect to your community to expand your professional and personal networks, take advantage of exclusive opportunities and embrace lifelong learning. Look ahead with confidence, knowing that you’ll always be a part of the University of Newcastle.
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As a member of our global alumni community you are part of an incredible network of professionals spanning the globe. Connect to your community and learn more about the exclusive opportunities, build valuable connections and embrace life-long learning.
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Are you ready to build your professional and personal networks, enhance your resume, and develop your career through upskilling?
Share your skills, time, and experience with prospective and current students, alumni, and the broader university community.
Congratulations on your graduation! You are now an official member of the University’s Global Alumni Network and can proudly call yourself an alumnus of the University of Newcastle.
As a part of this community, which has over 155,000 members across 149 countries, you have access to lifelong benefits, services and networking opportunities.
The University of Newcastle alumni community is made up of global leaders and innovators who have positive impacts on their profession, community, region and nation.
Bachelor of Visual Communication Design alumna, Jasmine was recently asked by the University of Newcastle to create an artwork to be featured in the Maligagu Indigenous Employment Strategy.
leading Australian tourism and aviation executive, and Strategy Director at Roycecomm, Simon Westaway, talks about the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, the importance of diversifying our markets, and what the future of tourism in Australia will look like.
Shahni Wellington is a proud Jerrinja woman of the Wandi Wandian people. As a journalist and storyteller, Shahni works tirelessly to elevate the voices of Indigenous Australians in the media. This is Shahni’s story. What's yours?
To celebrate and publicly recognise the enduring relationships between the University of Newcastle and its alumni community, the University will create a space dedicated to fostering the pride and nostalgia that alumni feel for the University.
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.