It begins the day you graduate when you automatically become a member of the City, University of London Alumni Network, which is made up of over 100,000 former City students.
Our alumni live in more than 100 countries around the world and many of them are now working as leaders in their fields. They include:
- Keith Abel
Co-founder, Abel & Cole
- Brendan Barber
General Secretary, Britain's Trades Union Congress (TUC)
- Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou
Director of the easyGroup PLC
- Dame Wendy Hall
Professor of Computer Science, University of Southampton
- Richard Klein
- Andy Wapling
Head of Emergency Preparedness, NHS London.
Membership of the Alumni Network is free and includes access to:
Career and employment services
Continue to receive careers advice for up to three years after graduation.
Receive invitations to events which give you the opportunity to socialise, network and hear from a range of expert and high-profile speakers.
International alumni groups
If you leave the UK after your studies, the group in your home country will offer opportunities to meet up and network with other City alumni.
Take advantage of a wide range of free and heavily discounted benefits and services exclusive to City alumni. This includes continued access to the library.
We value your continued involvement in City life after graduation. There are many different volunteering opportunities available which can help to develop your management skills and enhance your CV.
You can also play a vital role in supporting the development of City and the next generation of students through donations to the City Future Fund.
All you will need to do to remain a part of this valuable network is keep us up to date with your contact details - we will do the rest!