The Melbourne Graduate School of Education's diverse alumni community is made up of over 65,000 graduates who have contributed to our long and rich history of education at the University of Melbourne and in Victoria.
Being a valued member of our community does not stop at graduation. As an alumnus you can enjoy a range of benefits and contribute to the vibrancy of university life.
Update your details
The best way to get involved with the University is to update your details.
Please provide an email address so you will receive special offers and important news, including our quarterly alumni e-newsletter which will launch in 2017.
You can also stay connected with the Graduate School by:
- following our Twitter account
- visiting our news page to learn about our latest news, media and videos
- viewing our upcoming events, including our popular Dean’s Lecture Series
- subscribing to receive our events invitations, and
- reading our latest research stories and expert commentary on Pursuit, the University’s research news platform.
Become a mentor teacher
Being a mentor teacher to current Master of Teaching students provides opportunities for you to enhance your professional practice through reflective coaching and development opportunities, while also contributing to the profession.
If you’re interested, please contact one of our partnership coordinators to discuss how you and your school or early learning centre can support the placement of current students.
Tell your story
Get in contact and tell us about your work and contributions. We’d love to hear about your achievements and share your story with fellow alumni and the wider community.
Help us impact the lives of our students, tomorrow’s leaders in education by giving to the University of Melbourne.
Reunions are a great way to reconnect with fellow alumni and catch up on stories from your student days and beyond.
If you are organising a reunion, get in contact so we can provide some practical advice and support.
Tracy Houston, Alumni Relations Officer