After your graduation ceremony - Section contents

After your graduation ceremony, there are a few things you can do on the day and months ahead to ensure you are ready to continue with the next stage of your journey as a graduate.

Returning your graduation regalia

Regalia must be returned to the collection point within two hours after the conclusion of your ceremony. If you do not return your regalia on time, you may also be invoiced with a $300 replacement fee.

Receive your academic statements

Academic transcript

Your free academic transcript will be posted to the preferred contact address 2-3 weeks after you have finished your studies. If you need a transcript straight away, you can visit Stop 1 to purchase additional copies on the spot.

Find out more about transcripts

Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS)

You will also receive the AHEGS via post soon after you graduate. The AHEGS is designed to assist in both national and international recognition of Australian qualifications.

Find out more about AHEGS

Additional statements

If you need additional copies of your transcript or AHEGS, or other types of academic statements, you can purchase these using the eCommerce website.

Prepare for your student account deactivation

Your student account will be deactivated within 12 months of completing your studies, this includes your student email. It’s important to transition to your alumni email address early and back up your email data to avoid losing important notifications. Find out how to prepare for your account deactivation.

Discover your alumni community

Congratulations – you are now part of the University of Melbourne alumni community!

Soon you will receive further information about the benefits of staying connected, including opportunities, resources and exclusive events available to you.

Start exploring your alumni community

Connect with the alumni community overseas

If you are traveling overseas, register for an alumni welcome event in your new location.

Get job ready

Build your skills in job seeking, resume building and interview performance using EmployMe. For further information about employability and career planning, visit the Careers website.

Consider your graduate study options

If you are looking to continue studying, the University has over 400 graduate courses covering a huge range of disciplines.

Explore your graduate study options.