Welcome to our community

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We're proud to welcome you as part of the incredible community of more than 320,000 alumni worldwide and more than 28,000 alumni from the Faculty of Health Sciences. You are part of an enterprising and diverse group of graduates and your global impact and contributions will always be valued by the University of Sydney, and the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Our alumni give in time, talent and financial support, nourishing strong connections and giving our students opportunities for a lifetime of learning and success. But don’t just take our word for it….

In the 2017 QS Rankings by subject, The University of Sydney took out the number one spot in the category for physical therapy, sports therapy and rehabilitation. The QS subject rankings score universities around the world on their reputation with employers and academics, as well as measuring the productivity and citation impact of the publications of academics as an institution, and citations per research paper.

Being a graduate opens doors to opportunities

You may be surprised to discover what exclusive benefits are on offer as a Sydney graduate, including the Sydney Alumni Magazine - SAM, career resources, career development, library membership, ticket discounts, achievement recognition, reunions, and more.

We provide many opportunities for our community to connect and expand their networks. The current Sydney Ideas Health Forums are regularly attended by over 300 associated health participants wanting to find out more about trending topics in health, research projects underway, meet academics and, seek the answers to their own burning questions.

Stay connected with your fellow alumni in Australia and around the world through our faculty alumni association and the University Alumni Council, represented by three graduates from Health Sciences – Karn Ghosh, (BAppSci(Physio)(Hons) '10), Dr Toby Heap, (BAppSc(Ex&SportSc) '99 PhD '05 MCom '11), and Annabel Baxter, (Dip. Physiotherapy ’70, BA ’99 MA ’11).

Take advantage of the opportunity to be a mentor in one of the successful faculty mentoring programs, and the wider University online program.

Take a moment to tag, share or like current news on the faculty social media accounts Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and get involved in the discussions.

Be a part of the initiative to welcome our new students.

All you have to do is keep your details up to date so you don't miss out on any of the great opportunities available to our alumni community. To join your fellow graduates back on campus or find out more about these programs, please contact us at