Alumni

Alumni

Studying at Macquarie is the first step in a lifelong partnership with us. Harness the power of our collective to create connections and open doors that will last a lifetime.

Macquarie Business School believes in the power of collaboration and the pursuit of continuous learning.

  • The MGSM alumni community is a respected global network of more than 16,500 influential professionals from diverse industries across 143 countries
  • The MAFC alumni community spans more than 5,000 finance specialists in a range of sectors around the world.

Alumni benefits

Our Alumni receive exclusive benefits, including library services, career services, discounts and scholarships.

Events

Connect with faculty staff and other alumni at regular events ranging from seminars to networking sessions.

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Keep your details up to date so you never miss out on key networking events and alumni-specific information.

Free library services

Macquarie graduates receive free lifetime membership of our library, including borrowing privileges and online services.

Professional education

Our professional education short courses are tailored for business leaders, covering leadership and strategy skills to innovative thinking.

MGSM alumni

Connect with our global network of influential MGSM Alumni and find strength in collaboration, innovation and reimagination.

Continuing learning

  • Library services
  • Professional Education
  • Global MBA
  • Free E-learning
  • Global Alumni Impact Series

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Engage

  • Volunteer
  • Be a Mentor
  • MQ Incubator
  • Industry and Business
  • Collaboration
  • Employers
  • Partner with Pace
  • Corporate research partnerships
  • Alumni benefits
  • Events
  • Share your story

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Connect

  • Update your details
  • Network
  • LinkedIn/ Facebook/ Twitter
  • Chapter: MGSM, MAFC, Discipline based, International
  • Notable alumni
  • Meet our Faculty
  • Academic transcripts

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Content owner: Macquarie Business School Last updated: 08 May 2019 12:27am

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