UTS is looking to restore connections with former graduates!

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UTS is looking to restore connections with former graduates!

Postby Cam » Thu Aug 28, 2014 1:12 pm


UTS is looking for graduates from Acupuncture Colleges Australia and other founding institutions of UTS.

From the website above:

"Origins project aims to recognise and connect with our original graduates and celebrate your achievements as members of our vibrant alumni community.

Many have connected already, and our network continues to grow each week. If you graduated from one of our founding institutions, we can help connect you with your former classmates and offer you the same benefits as current UTS graduates: invitations to special events; networking opportunities; access to the UTS Library; discounts on continuing education and much more."

"Did you graduate from any of these institutions?
Acupuncture Colleges (Australia) (1980 – 1994)
Balmain Teachers' College (1946 – 1970), later William Balmain College of Advanced Education
(from 1971 – 1973)
Ku-ring-gai College of Advanced Education (1974 – 1990)
New South Wales Institute of Technology (1965 – 1988)
Sydney College of Advanced Education – Institute of Technical and Adult Teacher Education
(1980 – 1989)
Sydney College of the Arts – School of Design (prior to 1988)
If you did, and would like to be recognised and connected to UTS and a network of professionals working across the globe, please complete the online registration form so we can verify your details and welcome you to our community. Find out more on joining the alumni community"

Hope the old graduates will check it out,

Cameron Rogers
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Re: UTS is looking to restore connections with former gradua

Postby Andre » Sat Nov 22, 2014 2:38 am

LOL, they are not trying too hard, I registered and they wanted all sorts of proof etc. Thew it into the too hard basket for a drink and a cracker.
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