University of London alumni network
Upon graduation, you automatically become an alumnus of the University of London and a member of our alumni community, joining members in over 190 countries.
Being part of our alumni community provides a wide range of benefits. Whether you are interested in taking part in our global events, meeting other graduates in your academic or professional field, or just staying in touch with us, we help you build a lifelong relationship with the University of London and each other.
If you studied with the University through our International Programmes or External System, you can also keep up to date with London Connection, the online magazine filled with the latest news, blog and profiles of staff, students and alumni from around the world.
School of Advanced Study
Graduates pursue rewarding careers in every field imaginable and become part of a worldwide network of University of London alumni.
University of London Institute in Paris
Graduates have access to all the benefits and services offered by the University of London to alumni. Whether you remain in France, return to the UK, or move elsewhere, you can stay connected to the University of London Institute in Paris community.
Were you a member of a University of London student club or society?
If you were active in one of the many University of London student groups, such as the University of London Boat Club, the University of London Officer Training Corps, the University of London Air Squadron or the University of London Royal Naval Unit, the Development Office can help you to connect with their alumni activities.
Did you study at one of the independent member institutions of the University of London?
If you studied at one of the independent member institutions, you will be a member of their alumni network. You can find detailed information about membership and benefits for alumni of your institution on their website.
If you studied at a member institution that has merged or left the University of London, please contact us and we can help.
Were you a member of Convocation?
In 1858, Convocation, the recognised body of graduates of the University, was formed to give graduates a voice in the working of the University. Over the next 150 years, its role evolved, and partly in response to the growing influence of alumni in the University and in their respective Colleges, Convocation came to an end in 2003.