Congratulations on your graduation and welcome to the Faculty of Business and Economics alumni community!
Young Alumni Program
The Young Alumni Program caters for those aged 35 and under, and has plenty to offer our new graduates or those early in their careers. The program includes both social and professional development activities which are driven by the Faculty's Young Alumni Committee.
Find out more about our Young Alumni Events
The Young Alumni Committee was formed to help provide relevant and valuable opportunities for Young Alumni to connect, engage, collaborate and expand their personal and professional networks within their alumni community and the Faculty.
Learn more about the committee
Update your details
We invite you to events and activities based on where you are located; so if you are moving overseas, moving home, or just changed your email address, make sure you update your details throughout your alumni journey to receive event invitations and updates from the Faculty.
Most of our communications are sent via email, but it's important to keep your address accurate so that you can receive invitations most relevant to your area.
Update your details now
Connect with us
Stay connected, no matter where you are in the world!
Moving overseas or interstate?
Make sure you update your details to stay connected. There are a number of Alumni Associations, networks and groups around the world that work to ensure you maintain a strong connection with the Faculty and the University. Find out more about networks and groups in your local area and learn about the Faculty's key locations on our global alumni networks page.
Career events, job search and career services
The Faculty runs professional development events for young alumni to assist with their careers including the Business Leaders Roundtable and the Career Kick-Off Series.
See Young Alumni & Careers Events
The University supports alumni in their careers by offering access to career services for 12 months after graduating, as well as job-seeking tips - whether you're a Melbourne local, or returning to your home country. There are also video resources available which include Alumni Career Tips.
Rising Star Award for Young Alumni
Each year, we recognise the achievements of four alumni from the Faculty through our Alumni of Distinction Awards. The Rising Star Award for Young Alumni recognises an individual who is under 35 years of age and has demonstrated an outstanding level of professional achievement and community involvement since graduating from the University of Melbourne and/or recognition by colleagues and peers of outstanding leadership and impact as a global citizen.
We encourage you to nominate yourself or your peers for this award, as well as alumni in other categories.
Find out more and nominate today
Network with new students
Are you a recent graduate from MBS? Would you like to get involved and help new students settle into studying? If you are we would love to hear from you! We are always looking for recent Melbourne Business School graduates to attend our regular welcome events to network with new students and provide advice on how to make the most of their first few months at the University.
Get in touch today
Other ways to get involved
Now is a great time for you to take a look at all the ways alumni can engage with current students and inspire their fellow graduates by getting involved with the Faculty's alumni program. Check out our webpage on volunteering for more information:
Learn more about getting involved