Alumni and Supporters
The City University London Alumni Network offers free and lifelong membership to all former students and staff of the University - we currently have over 100,000 members worldwide and we grow every year.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office establishes and nurtures relationships between the University and the individuals and organisations which make up the City community. This includes philanthropists, livery companies, trusts, foundations, businesses and, of course, our alumni.
City Alumni Network
On graduation, all City students are automatically made life-long members of our Alumni Network. We have over 135,000 members worldwide, including former staff.
Through the work of our Alumni Relations Team, we aim to provide you with an interesting and enjoyable programme of activities, events and communications. We also offer opportunities for you to share with current students what you have learned and experienced so far, through work shadowing, mentoring and other volunteering opportunities.
If you are a Cass alumnus, please visit the Cass Alumni Online Community for more information.
Glasgow Alumni Reception
Thursday 6th November
The event will include a talk from guest speaker Mr Rob Woodward, CEO of STV Group plc and also Chair of Council for City University London. The evening will also give alumni an opportunity to reconnect with former City and Cass graduates.
Stay in touch
Keep up-to-date with the latest news from the University throughout the year and wherever you are, please update your details so that we can contact you. Learn more about City alumni news and publications. You can also connect with City alumni on social media.
We value your continued involvement in City life. As alumni of the University, our students feel more of an affinity with you than with any other professional. There are many different ways you can get involved, develop your management skills and gain valuable CV experience.
Donations from our friends and supporters enable us to offer life-lines to students experiencing financial hardship; invest in the university's pioneering research work; and support local community projects led by our student volunteers.
Receive invitations to events which give you the opportunity to socialise, network and hear from a range of expert, and often high-profile speakers. We can also help you to organise your own class reunion.