We are extremely proud of the links we share with our graduates. Whatever you choose to do in the future, we want to keep in touch and continue to help.
Our Alumni are also the perfect people to inspire our current students. Whether you live locally and want to join our Mentoring Programme, or live on the other side of the world and can contribute to our ‘From Bucks to…’ gallery, there are many ways to help those who are following in your footsteps:
- Keep In Touch
Network | Influence | Share | Inspire | Visit | Invite
- Alumni Testimonials
- Help current students and recent graduates fulfil their potential.
- Celebrate your career success with your peers and our network of alumni and business partners.
Click here for further details and to view several examples
Or here to view the full range of testimonials
- Sharing Paid Internship and Employment Opportunities
When an opportunity opens up at your place of work please contact us to share it with our undergraduates, recent graduates and alumni. Please let you recruitment department know we provide this service for FREE.
More information can be obtained from the Careers Service:
Website: Recruiting or Students or Graduates
Telephone: 01494 60 3163
- Alumni Photography Project – ‘From Bucks to…’
Please share the view of and from the skyscraper you work in, the interior of your design or music studio, from a stage looking out to your audience, the view from your cockpit, beautiful/ interesting locations your work has taken you to.
Click here for more information
To directly support a student please view our main university website and apply accordingly:
The Mentoring page within this blog showcases our current partnerships:
- Career Progression and Unplanned Events
The Alumni Service is working alongside Dr Matthew Smith from Bucks Department of Psychology to collect interesting stories regarding the role of unplanned events in career progression. Psychology graduates may be especially interested in this, but it is open to all.
- Bucks Photographic Archive – Contributions
As you can see at the very bottom of the blog we have an Instagram account of pictures from around the university, reaching back to the 1920s. If you would like us to include your images please e-mail them to: email@example.com
- Course Specific Projects
The Tag related to the course you studied will provide further reading and highlight any ongoing projects.
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Alumni Relations and Mentoring Coordinator