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Computing & Mathematics Alumni
The Computing and Mathematics Alumni Network has been established to provide an opportunity for graduates to maintain links to their University.
Computing and Mathematics Alumni Chapter Events and Latest News
1992-1993 Bachelor of Applied Science (Computing) Reunion, 7 December 2012
A group of Alumni from the 1992 and 1993 graduating classes of the Bachelor of Applied Science (Computing) organised a reunion of graduates, approximately 20 years after gradation.
The organising committee is made up of Sasha Sekuloski, Joel Tan and two or three other graduates from that period, backed up by the Alumni Team.
View the most recent School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics Latest News Updates (opens in a new window)
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Computing and Mathematics Alumni Chapter Membership
Every graduate of Western Sydney University is invited to join the Computing and Mathematics Alumni Chapter. Membership is free.
To join, please complete the online Alumni Keep In Touch Form (opens in a new window), and nominate the Computing and Mathematics Alumni Chapter in the Chapters section.
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It provides the opportunity to pursue your studies at a more advanced level, some students report that they learn as much in the Honours year as in the three previous years combined. A research project forms the basis of the year, and for many people it is a much richer learning experience.
Visit the Honours course information page (opens in a new window) to find out more.For more information on postgraduate opportunities visit the Postgraduate study website (opens in a new window). For more information on other opportunities for further study please visit the Future Students Website.