Upcoming webcasts

Note: All commencement times are listed in Melbourne time.


Overview Date and Time (AEST)
UniSuper101 - An introduction with live Q&A



UniSuper offers flexible products for new and existing members to choose from. This seminar seeks to introduce (primarily) new employees to the basic fund offering, including details of the defined benefit option versus accumulation alternative. Issues covered by this seminar include:

  • Membership categories 
  • Insurance options 
  • Contributions overview 
  • Investment options 
  • Benefits of UniSuper

22 June 2016

13:00(Melbourne time)


On-demand webcasts

We're pleased to offer access to on-demand webcasts 24/7.

Entering your registration details for a single webcast provides convenient access to all topics by simply clicking ‘already registered’ for subsequent topics.

Some key topics currently on offer are:


Overview Library
2016 Federal Budget update

A number of proposed changes to super were announced as part of the Federal Budget.

The 2016 Budget proposes the widest-ranging changes to superannuation seen in several years—but with an election being held in coming months, changes may not be legislated and even if passed, most are unlikely to impact UniSuper members until 1 July 2017.

One change does take immediate effect, however, being a new ‘lifetime limit’ on the amount of after-tax (non-concessional) super contributions members can make.

In this webcast, we outline Budget proposals for super, tax and retirement income products.


Emotional planning for retirement

Consultant and coach, Dr Jon Glass talks about the emotional journey into and in retirement.

Jon offers solutions to problems faced by retired or nearly-retired people. He does not offer financial advice, assuming that each client has already put a financial plan in place; rather he aims to draw out and highlight the possibilities, benefits and self-worth of a long life in retirement.

Jon has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Cambridge University and has also studied at the Australian College of Applied Psychology.