By joining one of the many Alumni Associations based in countries across the world, you can maintain the connection you have with the University of Glasgow and Adam Smith Business School, whilst benefitting from opportunities to connect with fellow University of Glasgow alumni in your region at regular social and networking events organised by our incredible Alumni Association Coordinators.
As students, you can join an Alumni Association before graduating and benefit from the experience and insights its members can provide, to help your professional development.
For details of an Association in your region, please visit our Alumni Association web pages in related links.
We also have a selection of Associations established by members of the Adam Smith Business School alumni community. Details for these are listed below, including testimonials from some of those involved
If you are interested in joining an association, please get in touch.
Alumni Associations established by business school alumni
Our alumni associations wouldn't exist without the fantastic efforts and support of our local Board and Council Committee members. Members from some of our biggest associations share their experiences since graduating from the University of Glasgow.
Chair, Thailand Alumni Association
"I am so proud of being a part of UofG Alumni Thailand. The alumni network gives an opportunity to stay in touch with old friends, meet other smart, talented and professional people and makes new connections that benefit my career path"
Secretary, Thailand Alumni Association
"Impressive moments at UofG, make me in Thailand, want to meet old and new friends who can share their experiences here and in Scotland in a fun way. Involvement with the Thailand Alumni Association makes me joyful about the the old days, including networking for enhancing my career path and broaden my knowledge in different areas"
Chair, Shanghai Alumni Association
"Volunteering with the University's global alumni associations is a great way to stay connected with the lovely place where we studied, lived and loved. No matter where we are, no matter how long we have graduated since"