Careers and employment centre

Alumni / Graduates

Murdoch University students automatically become part of the Murdoch alumni family upon graduation.  Many careers services can continue to be used following graduation including CareerConnect. CareerConnect is an online Careers portal equipped to assist both students and graduates with job opportunities, career/job search resources and  career event information.  Students who have previously utilised CareerConnect as a current student will need to register as a Graduate to continue enjoying the benefits of staying connected with CareerConnect.

Murdoch alumni (graduates) can also continue to be connected to the university in the following ways:

  • Joining the Murdoch e-Mentoring Network group on LinkedIn
    The Murdoch e-Mentoring Network group is a free service to current Murdoch students and alumni (graduates) looking to develop their professional careers and increase their industry involvement. It provides a network of Murdoch students and graduates (some of whom are well established in industry), providing a forum for the sharing of information and experiences relevant to career development. Be part of group discussions and read career/job search articles or even post specific career questions for group members. Access the LinkedIn group here: Murdoch e-Mentoring Network
  • Volunteering as a Law Mentor: Murdoch University Law Career Mentoring Pilot Program
    A Murdoch Law Career Mentoring Pilot Program has just been launched this year. We are looking for professionals with a Law degree and at least 3 years work experience in a relevant field. The program runs from May to October and will involve several meetings between a mentor and student mentee. The idea is based on exchange of knowledge and experience with regards to career development. If you are interested in participating in the Murdoch University Law Career Mentoring Pilot Program, please fill out the expression of interest form below.

If you have any questions, please contact the Program Coordinator Kristin on 08 9360 2104 or send an email to careers@murdoch.edu.au

  • Volunteering as a Mentor (multi-discipline): MSEL Murdoch Student Emerging Leaders Program
    MSEL is a project-based leadership program for Murdoch University students. The program helps to prepare the future leaders of our community and our workplaces. As an industy mentor, you will have the opportunity to help MSEL students - who are among Murdoch University's most motivated and innovative - to make a real first step in their chosen path. For further information on this program and how you can get involved as a mentor, please go straight to the MSEL website.


For a full list of Alumni services visit Murdoch Alumni.