Welcome to the China Alumni Chapter

Chinese University of South Australia alumni at graduation ceremonyThe University of South Australia announced the establishment of the China Alumni Chapter in late 2014 in Beijing. The Chapter will serve as a platform for UniSA alumni to network and create opportunities for business and social development. > Meet your chapter committee

The University of South Australia has developed an International Alumni Chapter Committee Guide to assist
Chapter committee members in their valued role.
> Read International Alumni Chapter Committee Guide 

Alumni Clubs may be formed in the future. Clubs will work in partnership with the Chapter Committee and report directly to the Advancement Service unit.  Contact the Advancement Services unit for more information.

University of South Australia alumni living in China have access to a range of services to help keep graduates connected to the networks and resources of the University.  We also inform you about opportunities and activities for professional, personal and career development.

To receive information about future events and opportunities in China, we encourage you to update your details and stay connected to the Alumni Network.

Australia China Alumni Association (ACAA)
The University is a gold member of the Australia China Alumni Association (ACAA), which serves alumni from Australian universities living in China. We encourage you to join the ACAA and participate in their events. Membership costs only 100 RMB per year and will entitle you to a range of benefits, including discounted entry to ACAA regular events. Join the ACAA.

Online social networks

Visit the ACAA page on LinkedIn, Tweet in China via Weibo or share videos via Youku.

Let’s Celebrate being UniSA Alumni and Spring Festival Concert, 4 Feb 2016

China Alumni Chapter President Mr Qiao Luqiang with fellow China AlumnaUniSA alumni celebrated New Year with exquisite music performed by the famous Beijing Symphony Orchestra in the beautiful National Centre for the Performing Arts. China Alumni Chapter President Mr Qiao Luqiang attended together with a small group of alumni.





UniSA China Alumni Chapter Spring Sports Meet,  31 May 2015

A small group of UniSA alumni got together on the last day of spring to get out of Beijing, play sport in the outdoors, pick fresh cherries and enjoy each other’s company.  The sports meet was followed by lunch and then a visit to the Australia and New Zealand club.This was the first event the UniSA China Alumni Chapter have organised since their inception early this year.  They are planning their second alumni activity in July, a  visit to the Yanjing Beer Company a chance to see the beer making process, as well of course, a chance to taste fresh beer straight off the production line.   Click here for more details.

China Alumni Chapter Spring Sports MeetChina Alumni Chapter Spring Sports MeetUniSA China Alumni Chapter Spring Sports Meet,  31 May 2015

China Alumni Dinner, 28 May 2015

Mr  Nigel Relph, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Vice President of the University of South Australia in the presence of The Honourable Gail Gago MLC Minister for Employment, Higher Education and Skills for the Government of South Australia, hosted an alumni dinner at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Beijing on 28 May 2015.  About 30 people attended the event, including the Secretary General of the Western Returned Scholars Association, Mr  Zhang Xue Jun, high profile UniSA alumna, Angelica Cheung and the inaugural President of the UniSA China Alumni Chapter, Mr Qiao Luqiang.



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