Benefits & services

The benefits of being part of the alumni community include career and professional development, an ANU email for life, and digital academic transcripts, access to library resources, and more.

Learn more

Stay connected

We are proud of our graduates and encourage you to remain in touch, share your achievements and tell us about your career.

Connect with us today


The School of Engineering regularly works in partnership with business, industry and government agencies on consultancies, research collaborations, educational partnerships, and student engagement opportunities.

Find out more

Contribute to a scholarship or prize

Talent is everywhere, opportunity is not. You can make a difference in the lives of our gifted students, with a scholarship or prize that supports learning and discovery.

Establish an award

Offering a scholarship or prize will allow you to build relationships with our best and brightest graduates. Sponsors will be recognised by the College and invited to take part in prize-giving and promotional activities.

We can tailor a scholarship or prize to meet your requirements as a benefactor.

Contribute to an endowment

With the generous support of our alumni, staff and friends, the College has a range of funds and endowments in place. Discover how they are assisting our dedicated students.

Natasha Linard Endowment

The Natasha Linard Scholarship for Women in Engineering and Technology ensures the best and brightest female engineering and computer science students are supported to develop leadership skills needed to become future industry and community leaders. Gifts to the Natasha Linard Endowment will continue to grow the fund towards the ultimate goal of the annual award of the Natasha Linard Scholarship in perpetuity.

Paul Thistlewaite Memorial Scholarship

This endowment supports an annual prize or scholarship for an Honours or fourth year full-time student studying advanced information systems. We would welcome further donations to support the study of advanced information systems at ANU.

“With the support of a scholarship from ANU I had the freedom to pursue a challenging and rewarding final year project while enjoying university life. To return the favour, I set up the Dickins Scholarship to support creativity, fun and good engineering. It has been great to meet and even work with some of the recipients and to know that the scholarship has made a difference.” Glenn Dickins, ANU graduate (BEng, MEng, PhD).

The Dickins Scholarship in Engineering supports postgraduate research in signal processing and telecommunications.

You are on Aboriginal land.

The Australian National University acknowledges, celebrates and pays our respects to the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people of the Canberra region and to all First Nations Australians on whose traditional lands we meet and work, and whose cultures are among the oldest continuing cultures in human history.

bars search times arrow-up