Graduate Profiles

Explore the career paths, stories and advice of graduated students and alumni. 

Through our graduate profiles, current students can discover the career journeys of alumni who are working in industry across a range of sectors and who graduated in diverse degrees. Take a look at the featured profiles below and click on each to lean more. Be motivated and inspired by your peers and plan for your future, today. 

Find a way be disciplined and start on your career journey in your first or second year - you won't regret it.Hannah (Law & Media)


Remy – Biomedical Science

Remy completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science with a double major in Genetics and Biochemistry in 2018. Two years after graduating she was a Process Technologist at Mayne Pharma in Adelaide, Australia.

“Instead of focusing on large long term career aspirations, I’m setting my sights on more short term goals such as learning as much as I possibly can in my role.”

Remy's Profile

Dom – Corporate Finance

Dom completed a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Corporate Finance, in 2017. Two years after graduating he held a role as Investment Analyst at Sandhurst Trustees in Adelaide, Australia.

“I wasn’t sure where my career would lead. Initially, I let opportunity shape my career rather than following a particular passion.”

Dom's Profile

Melance – Mechanical Engineering

Melance completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) in 2014 and two years after graduation was a Technology Consulting Analyst at Accenture in Perth, Australia.

“Most companies that I have had the chance to engage with are looking for problem solvers, critical thinkers and innovators. So, use your degree to define and strengthen skill sets or craft new ones for yourself.”

Melance's Profile

Shauna - Viticulture and Oenology

Shauna completed a Bachelor of Viticulture and Oneology in 2016 and two years after graduate held the role of Winemaker at Penfolds Treasury Wine Estates in the Barossa Valley, Australia.

As my career furthers and I continue to learn and evolve, that plan of mine will keep changing as it has changed so many times before. I still have a very long way to go in my career. This is only the beginning."

Shauna's Profile

Isobel – International Business and Marketing

Isobel completed a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in International Business and Marketing, in 2018. Two years after graduation she was a Management Trainee at L’Oreal in Melbourne, Australia.

 “While interning in my final year, I really learnt a lot about what I did and didn't enjoy. I also learnt how important it is to get as much experience as possible - especially outside of the four walls of the lecture theatre.”

Isobel's Profile

Shane – Health Sciences

Shane completed a Bachelor of Health Science in 2016 and two years after graduation was a Surgical Neurophysiology Scientist at Neuro-Monitoring Services in Adelaide, Australia.

“Don't be afraid to apply if you don't seem to match the criteria. Job postings are tailored for a 'perfect' candidate they may never get. But of course, be reasonable and okay with rejection.”

Shane's Profile

Rhaneela – Health Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science

Rhaneela completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences with a Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences (majors in Microbiology, Pharmacology and Statistics) in 2018. Two years after graduation she holds the role of Consultant in Technology Risk & Cyber Security at KPMG in Adelaide, Australia.

“Overall, my main aim throughout university was to have a career in an area that was growing, dynamic and something I was passionate about – so in that respect I am exactly where I was hoping I’d be.”

Rhaneela's Profile

Menno - Computer Science

Menno completed a Bachelor of Computer Science in 2014 and two years after graduation he was a Software Developer at ADVAM in Adelaide, Australia, after working overseas in the Netherlands for one year. 

"My advice is don’t wait for a job to come to you, because in most cases it won’t. Get started with something. You’ll learn heaps along the way, and that next job doesn’t have to be your last."

Menno's Profile 


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