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Our alumni

As a graduate of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) you’re joining a group of over 41,000 alumni who are working and studying across the globe. And they’re doing great things — reporting on national affairs, making award-winning films, leading companies, shaping young minds and living up to our commitment to social justice.

Some notable alumni include:

Visit the alumni website to read more about our notable graduates.

Connect with us

Your success can inspire others! We’d love to hear about your achievements since you completed your studies at UTS. We can help you maintain links to both your peers and to the University and keep you up to date on the latest research and trends impacting your industry and our world.

There are lots of ways that you can stay connected to the Faculty:

  • add your news and achievements to our alumni profiles
  • attend an alumni events
  • join one of our alumni networks or follow UTS alumni on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Got a suggestion for how we could engage with you in the future? Send your ideas to our Engagement team.

Alumni benefits

UTS offers a range of benefits and opportunities for our alumni. Visit our UTS alumni website for details on what’s available to you when you become part of this community.

Alumni events

FASS run regular alumni events where you can network, catch up with classmates and UTS staff.

Here are some examples of recent alumni events:

  • SIDEWAYS
    A networking event for Media Arts and Production Alumni where we invited our Media Arts and Production (MAP) alumni back to UTS for an exclusive reunion evening of networking and lively discussion on the theme: "A bump in the road, a roadblock, a sideways turn, or the road less travelled."
  • Poverty Inc. Film Screening
    A UTS School of International Studies event where alumni, current students and industry partners were invited to watch a thought-provoking documentary directed by Michael Matheson Miller. Poverty, Inc. explores the power dynamics embedded within the current charity model which often disempowers and disengages the poor, situating them as objects of charity rather than the active protagonists and ultimate saviours in their own stories.

Professional development

Your university experience doesn’t end when you graduate. As a UTS alumnus, you’ll have access to career services, professional development and UTS benefits. Visit our professional development page for more details.