Faculty of Health
Become part of the UTS: Health alumni community
When you graduate, your UTS connection does not end. You become an important part of the UTS alumni community in general and the UTS: Health community, helping you to:
- Stay in touch with UTS
- Connect with professionals across the globe
- Access lifelong learning opportunities, public lectures, networking events
- 'Give back' to your university.
Graduates from our antecedant institutions are an integral part of the history and future of UTS. We welcome you and invite you to connect and celebrate your achievements as members of our vibrant alumni community.
Update your details to stay informed with Health’s quarterly alumni e-newsletter, the UTS e:Connect monthly e-newsletter and the bi-annual TOWER magazine. Providing your employment details assists us to better meet your professional needs and convey to our students the employment trends of our graduates.
Connect with the broader UTS alumni community through LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and through one of the UTS alumni networks.
Click here to find out more about the many services and benefits available to you.
The UTS campus and surrounding area have been transformed, creating an exciting vibe that also reflects the dynamic changes taking place within the University and the Health Faculty.
Email us to schedule a campus tour and meet with students and staff.
UTS is expanding its outreach to alumni, especially for recent graduates. Visit our Career Services page for a full list of resources available to alumni.
We are also committed to serving the professional needs of our alumni throughout the various stages of their career. Keep abreast of the Faculty's news and developments via the UTS Health LinkedIn page.
The University-wide UTS LinkedIn page is an excellent resource to explore the careers of 100,000+ UTS alumni for networking purposes.
UTS: Health is proud of the accomplishments of its alumni and we would love to know about your achievements. On the smallest and grandest scale, our graduates have succeeded in diverse and extraordinary ways and have inspiring stories to tell. You belong to a global community of innovative thinkers, whose achievements can inspire young minds.
Rob Spurrs - Bachelor of Human Movement
Head Conditioning Coach, Sydney Swans AFL
Leona McGrath - Bachelor of Midwifery
Senior Advisor, Aboriginal Nursing & Midwifery Strategy Nursing & Midwifery Office , NSW Health
Tanya Farrell - Master of Nursing in Midwifery
Executive Director, Nursing and Midwifery, Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne
Tell us your story
If you have an interesting story, or a career highlight that you would like to share, contact us. We feature the stories of our students, alumni, donors, and researchers.