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Melbourne Business School Events and Information Sessions Graduation Celebration | Class of 2021

Graduation Celebration | Class of 2021

Saturday, 10 September 2022
1.00 PM - 6.00 PM
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The Graduation Celebration is an exciting time that marks the end of your degree.

Melbourne Business School is looking forward to celebrating your achievements at the Graduation Celebration | Class of 2021 on Saturday 10 September 2022.

Your $240.00 registration fee includes:

  • Your student ticket
  • Three guest tickets
  • Celebratory drinks
  • Gown hire (academic regalia)

Extra guest tickets

Each student is initially allocated up to three guest tickets. The cost of these tickets is included in your registration fee.

You will be notified by email after registrations close if extra guest tickets are available.

Please refer to your email notification for confirmation of your total allocation of guest tickets.


Your registration fee includes the hiring of University of Melbourne regalia to wear at the event.

Only University of Melbourne regalia is permitted. Clothes worn underneath your gown will be visible, so please dress appropriately.

The University does not provide the option of purchasing regalia.


Occasional Speaker

Carol Schwartz AO

Australian business executive, community leader and philanthropist

Carol Schwartz AO is one of Australia’s most dynamic business and community leaders with a diverse career across property, the arts, finance, investment, entrepreneurship, government and health. Carol has been recognised for her leadership via a range of honours including her 2019 appointment as an Officer of the Order of Australia, 2020 Leading Philanthropist Award by Philanthropy Australia, an Honorary Doctorate from Monash University, induction into the Australia Property Hall of Fame, and a Centenary Medal. Carol has chaired and participated in numerous listed and private company boards, and current board roles include the Reserve Bank of Australia, Trawalla Group and Chair of EQT Holdings Limited. Throughout her career Carol has been a passionate advocate for gender equality and women in leadership, and as Chair of the Trawalla Foundation and the Women’s Leadership Institute Australia, she has catalysed a range of initiatives to grow the critical mass of women in politics, business and the media.


Melbourne Town Hall

90-130 Swanston St
Melbourne 3000