Alumni chapters and communities
QUT Big Lift
The QUT Big Lift is a student-designed project that gives young volunteers (students and alumni) the opportunity to make a difference in rural communities.
An annual bus trip takes members through rural Queensland to work in communities, volunteering time and effort while learning and building connections.
Register to join The Big Lift.
Chapter eligibility: All QUT Alumni and students, with a $2 joining fee.
Science and Engineering Alumni of the Dean's Scholars Program (SEADS)
SEADS brings together a prestigious group of highly sought-after STEM professionals. The program provides networking and professional development opportunities through events that unite alumni members with industry professioanls and the QUT community.
Eligibility: Graduates and current students of the Dean's Scholars Program.
Singapore alumni chapter
QUT's Singapore alumni chapter is managed by a committee of dedicated alumni volunteers who work closely with the university to provide connection, events, opportunities and support services for members.
Once you have connected with your chapter, you can extend your network by joining Australian Alumni Singapore (AAS).
Chapter eligibility: All alumni living and working in Singapore.
Sydney alumni chapter
The Sydney alumni chapter provides opportunities for QUT graduates living and working in Sydney to connect and collaborate. Members can organise and attend events (professional development, talks, dinners, social and networking) and contribute to the continued growth of the community.
Chapter eligibility: All QUT Alumni living and working in Sydney.
Taiwan alumni chapter
QUT's Taiwan alumni chapter is the official community for QUT graduates living and working in Taiwan. The chapter is managed by a committee of dedicated volunteers who work closely with the university to provide connection, events, opportunities and support services for members.
Eligibility: All alumni living and working in Taiwan.
Women in Engineering (WIE) Network
WIE is a group of dedicated female engineering alumni focused on building a community of support and inspiration.
The chapter promotes networking and open conversation about the challenges that female engineers face, and endeavours to assist members in achieving their professional goals.
Register to join the network.
Chapter eligibility: All female alumni from the Faculty of Engineering.
2 July 2020 - 27 June 2021
Where: Old Government House, William Robinson Gallery