Why nominate an activity or position for AHEGS?

AHEGS aims to enhance graduate mobility and employability in the global marketplace.

Showcasing co-curricular achievements in a meaningful way alongside the formal degree provides our graduates with a competitive advantage as they enter the workforce. The university encourages all staff members engaging students in these activities to be part of a university wide effort to support and recognise our students through this process.

UNSW Advantage recognition demonstrates to students the calibre of the program as a professional development opportunity. It helps attract those students who are interested in developing skills and strengths to enhance their graduate standing. It also incentivises students to complete programs they commit to, in order to gain the recognition on AHEGS.

UNSW Advantage provides full and ongoing support to any staff member or student requesting help in nominating an activity.

Positions available for nomination are:

  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Coordinator
  • Arc Delegate
  • Grievance Officer
  • Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer
  • Volunteer
  • Mentor
  • Committee Executive
  • Peer Support
  • Student Representative

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