You might be surprised by the range of graduate resources and benefits to help build your career, develop new skills, grow your networks, expand your thinking and continue your passion for learning:
Make the most of your 50% discount on professional development short courses offered by the Centre for Continuing Education during your first year as a graduate. After your first year, you are then eligible to receive a 10% discount on enrolments.
Choose from a range of short courses, from business to languages to travel and everything in between, providing you with the perfect way to enrich your knowledge, gain new insights and discover untapped creativity.
Explore upcoming live and virtual University events in our event calendar.
If you wonder where the time has gone, what happened to your own classmates, and how you ever lost contact, you can reconnect with your graduating year through our exclusive reunion events held on campus and online.
The Business Not As Usual webinar series brings together alumni and industry experts to get an insider view on how organisations, employers and teams are adapting to this new world of work. Join us at the next event, or listen to past recordings.
You are also welcome to visit one of our many museums, theatres and galleries exhibiting the city's best in art, history and performance.
Sydney Business Insights brings together insights, stories and podcasts from our researchers, leading thinkers in industry, government and community to gain a deeper understanding of major issues and trends around the future of business.
You're entitled to a free 12-month University Library membership valued at $80 during your first year as a University of Sydney graduate. This includes access to physical resources such as books and journals, during Information Desk opening hours. You can also access some electronic resources from home.
Please note: at the current time, alumni and community borrowers are not able to enter Library buildings due to COVID-19 restrictions. If you have a Library membership that is due to expire between 1 February and 30 December 2020, this has been extended until further notice. Once we reopen to the wider community, all memberships will automatically be extended again, to cover the time that Library buildings were inaccessible to alumni.
The Careers Centre is your one-stop-shop for resources and information to assist you in planning your career.
Whether you are looking for tips on creating an effective resume, improving your interview skills, obtaining one-on-one career advice or finding positions available in your field, the Careers Centre can assist you.
Becoming a mentor is a great way to pass on your knowledge while developing leadership skills. Explore the list of current mentor and volunteer opportunities, or get in touch with us to express your interest.
COVID-19 educational seminars