Your UWA community is here for you for the long haul. We have a range of resources that you can access as a UWA graduate to navigate your career. You can access careers events, workshops, job listings, networks, mentoring, podcasts, graduate authored articles and alumni profiles filled with great advice.
To access My UniHub, request a new password using the forgotten password link in the graduate login. The reset password link will be sent to either your student email or your alternative email set up in Callista. Then login using your student ID as your username. If you have any problems email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your UWA Alumni Community
UWA is here to support your career journey
As an alumnus and member of the Convocation of UWA Graduates, you'll begin to realise the true value and potential of your time here. A community of fellow grads is waiting to provide support, offer advice and open doors to new opportunities.
Worldwide, UWA has over 130,000 graduates. That’s a powerful network. No matter where you go, you’ll be able
to contact Alumni Ambassadors in your region and find yourself in the company of extraordinary people —
mentors, collaborators and friends.
Form global connections
Contact Alumni Ambassadors from around the
world to gain career advice, find career mentors or
network with some extraordinary people that
could help set up your next step.
Many organisations use LinkedIn to find potential employees. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to build a LinkedIn profile and learn about the tools available to get your profile noticed. Learn how to brand yourself and network like a professional.
Did you know that up to 70% of jobs are never advertised*! Instead, they become part of the “hidden job market”, largely driven by networking and word-of-mouth. Learn how to unlock newfound opportunities by strengthening your professional network. *Source: Business Insider, 2017
If COVID has shown us anything, it’s that change is inevitable, and in order to adapt to the shifting job landscape and new ways of working, there is a need to continuously learn new skills and replace those that are no longer relevant.
A Hays survey of over 2,000 people
found 77% of employers are more likely
to shortlist a candidate who has
Upskilling is required to keep up with
shifting markets and investments in
technology which have been
accelerated by COVID-19
Three in four employers prioritise continuous learners (Source: Hayes Survey)
Focus on the skills that are in high demand by employers and industry, and that give you the flexibility to pick and choose what works for you. Complete a one-off course or combine multiple micro-credentials.
Seek a competitive edge with a higher-level qualification. You can choose from almost 200 postgraduate courses to complement your bachelor’s degree and advance your knowledge and better your career prospects.
The Master of Taxation Law is very well regarded in the industry and has led to work engagements, invitations to present at business events and even the opportunity to lecture in taxation. It has contributed to me becoming a well-rounded commercial and tax lawyer.