Our high-calibre graduates make their mark across the world. From inspiring researchers to successful entrepreneurs, our students are well equipped to face the future world of work.
Nasim Annabi has led a successful collaboration between biomedical engineers in Sydney and the United States to produce MeTro: a potentially life-saving surgical glue.
Thanh Van Dang’s inspiring journey from market-seller to entrepreneur shows what can happen when young women are empowered to lead.
Dr Daniel Wilson was named one of Engineers Australia's Top 50 Innovators after creating the world’s first autonomous mid-air docking between drones. He’s now working in San Francisco as the CEO of OCI Technologies.
With a passion for preparing children for tomorrow’s technology-based careers, Dr Nicky Ringland and the team at the Australian Computing Academy have started training and equipping primary and high school teachers across the country.
Since launching his own digital marketing agency at the age of 22, Ruchir’s venture is now a flourishing global business spanning five countries.
Aaron Ramsden’s decision to down tools and pursue his ambition of becoming an electrical engineer has sparked a successful career in renewable energy networks.
It is fair to say that biomedical engineer and medical doctor Dr Rachel Thomas is a great role model for young women, and she relishes that opportunity.
Our exceptional alumni are leading the way in research and industry across the globe.