Grad Week: 14 – 17 December 2020

Grad Week: 14 – 17 December 2020

Get ready for Grad Week 2020

Be inspired at Grad Week, then celebrate at Grad Live: Class of 2020!

Grad Week is all about you, the extraordinary Class of 2020, and the unparalleled times in which you’re graduating: What has 2020 meant to you? What qualities have you drawn on? What does the next step in your career look like? And where’s the party?

Watch Grad Live here from 7pm tonight!

And don't forget to send us your photos of your celebration! #RMITgrad2020 #RMITforlife

Register for Grad Week events

Join prominent alumni and media personalities Faustina Agolley and Lewis Hobba, as well as industry leaders and fellow graduates over four themed days of online events and keynotes. Reflect on all you've achieved and be inspired to take your next career steps in 2021.

Keynote speakers

Wednesday 16th December - Learn from Leaders

Thursday 17th December - Own It & Celebrate

Grad Live: Class of 2020 – 7pm, 17 December

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Get Ready for Grad Live: Class of 2020

Hosted by Australian comedy headliner Dilruk Jayasinha, Grad Live features performances by triple j favourite and RMIT alumnus Alice Ivy, dance troupe Indigenous Outreach Project and our very own DJ Jordz with her live set from The Capitol. 

Grad Week activities

Action Planning

Join us for Action Planning, an activity which will enable you to create personal action plans for life and work after graduation. It will break it down into a series of actions, audiences, timelines and measures of success so that you have a clear plan for implementation.   

As Benjamin Franklin said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” Join this workshop to ensure you create the action plans you need for your future success after graduation.

Defining Your Purpose

Join us Defining Your Purpose, an activity to support you to understand what your personal brand is, to both help potential employers know what makes you unique, and to articulate for yourself what they want to be known for in their futures.

Why should anyone employ you? What is it about your life experience, sense of purpose and skill set that makes you the ideal hire? Join this workshop to help define what makes you unique and what you stand for.

The Leader You've Become

Join us for The Leader You’ve Become, an activity to help you to understand what the critical moments and people have been in your life, how they’ve gotten you to this point and what you want to achieve and stand for as you head out into the world.

What kind of leader do you want to become and why would anyone follow you? Join this workshop to explore the pivotal moments in your life and how they have shaped you, define what you are passionate about so you can, as Gandhi said, “be the change you want to see.”

Trends of the Future with Global Industry Leaders

Want to know what the future world of work looks like? Want to know how best to prepare yourself to succeed after graduation?

This short video introduces our three global leaders based in the UK, Dubai and Singapore who will share their experiences working for organisations such as BP, Johnson Controls, Africa Finance Corporation, GE, Accenture, EY, Cisco and the World Economic Forum.

Don’t miss out! Register for the LIVE event on Wednesday 16 December.

Staff Messages

RMIT staff share their congratulations to our awesome Class of 2020!

Mementos for your milestone!

Head to the Graduation page for info about free professional photography sessions (with academic gowns!), grad merchandise, framing and more. 

Need more information?

If you have any questions about Grad Week or Grad Live, you can contact us via RMIT Connect.

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer