Stay connected with a global community of over 13,000 alumni through reunions, networking events, alumni lectures and social events and faculty news. Take a look at Atrium which combines analytical commentary with up-to-date reports on faculty developments.
The Faculty fosters life-long relationships with over 70,000 Arts graduates worldwide and values the contribution they make to education, engagement and research.
Remain connected with the Faculty and leverage the full power of your Melbourne experience. Let us know about your career and achievements, update your contact details and join us online for news and opportunities relevant to you. Exchange is the Faculty's magazine focussed on in-depth analysis and commentary on the research and practice changing the business landscape.
With a proud history of alumni making an impact on the world we live in, the Melbourne School of Engineering shares your stories and successes — both big and small.
Find out the latest from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education - home to a number of internationally recognised education experts, and cutting edge teaching and research.
With an international alumni network of 18,000 graduates spanning 91 countries, why not stay connected, get involved and keep informed with what is going on at the Melbourne Law School and with your fellow alumni.
The publication MLS highlights current developments, research projects, networking opportunities, seminars and information on debates in the legal field. Alumni can also keep in touch with their legal specialty through MLS research centres.
Alumni and friends play an essential role in supporting and improving our high-quality medical education and research. Stay up-to-date with alumni news and events, tell us your stories and reconnect with your fellow alumni and the Faculty. Alumni can also sign up for the University of Melbourne Medical Society's annual journal Chiron and the School of Dental Science's biannual newsletter.
Our alumni community is made up of over 50,000 former students, meaning our graduates are part of a vast, interconnected global community. Keep in touch with the Faculty and unlock the many benefits of a life-long connection. Subscribe to Science Matters to read latest news and events and find out about opportunities to plan a reunion, volunteer or mentor a current student.
Undergraduates and new alumni can join the Kick Start Your Career Program, and all alumni are invited to attend regular discipline-specific career nights.
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Enjoy a range of lectures, master classes, collaborative opportunities, special programs and more. Keep your details up to date and let us know about any awards, exhibitions, performances, overseas study or other activities you have been involved in.
The most internationally diverse residence at the University of Melbourne, bringing together students from over 40 nations. The residence accommodates over 350 students from Australia and abroad, offering a truly global student and alumni experience.
Janet Clarke Hall
One of the smallest residential colleges at the University of Melbourne. The first university college in Australia to admit women, Janet Clarke Hall prides itself on offering equitable access for women and men to gain a rewarding university education. It offers a close, supportive and academically stimulating environment for local, regional and international students.
One of the smallest residential colleges at the University of Melbourne, Medley Hall houses 57 students. It is a secular college that supports sustainable living practices, and fosters an inclusive, supportive community for students to pursue their studies in.
A Catholic residential college in the Jesuit tradition. Housing just under 300 students and tutors, the college seeks to foster the ethical and spiritual intelligence of its members in addition to their pursuits in academia.
The largest residential college at the University of Melbourne, with 408 resident students. The college seeks to provide its diverse student body with a rounded experience, encouraging involvement in wider university life in addition to the pursuit of academic excellence.
With accommodation for 294 residential students, Queen's College is one of the larger residential colleges at the University. Students are encouraged to develop their academic skills alongside non-academic interests through a diverse sporting and cultural program.
St Hilda's College
One of the youngest colleges at the University, St Hilda’s College was the first to become co-educational in 1973. Students at St Hilda’s College are encouraged to involve themselves in the student community while they pursue their studies.
St Mary's College
A catholic residential college originally created as the female affiliate of Newman College, St Mary's became independent and co-residential in 1977. Students are encouraged to develop a spiritual awareness in addition to their academic studies.
Founded in 1872, Trinity College is the oldest residential college at the University. Established in the Anglican tradition, the college promotes academic excellence alongside extra-curricular pursuits, seeking to foster in its students a commitment to social responsibility.
University College offers students a diverse university experience, encouraging involvement in social, sport, drama and music activities. Established as University Women’s College in 1936, University College has been co-educational since 1975.
Whitley College students have a rounded university experience with a focus on theological studies. Students at Whitley College are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities and to grow in physical, social, spiritual and academic life.
University of Melbourne Alumni Office
Student Experience and Benefits
Amy Holsman – Alumni Relations Manager
Advocacy and Recognition
Jaclyn Birtchnell – Alumni Relations Manager