Keep in touch

Keep in touch

We have a dedicated Alumni Engagement Team who will keep in touch with you and our alumni community across the world by sending the latest news from the accross the School, inviting you to events, career development and opportunities to get involved in our global activities.

Make sure your contact details are up-to-date by logging in to GU World or by getting in touch with our alumni officers.

Visit us in Glasgow

Grosvenor ashton lane sign image for accordianHow long has it been since you walked through our beautiful West End campus?

Let us know if you are visiting Glasgow and we’d be delighted to welcome you back to Gilmorehill.  We can help in many ways including offering tour recommendations and activity ideas.

While you are in Glasgow you might even find there is an event happening right here on campus.

Find out more:


Get involved

Get involved

Getting involved can boost your CV, expand your skill set and allows you to share your experience with the community. We cherish every minute our alumni spend volunteering. 

University of Glasgow Alumni Network

‎The University of Glasgow Alumni Network brings together the expertise and knowledge of our global alumni community to help current and future students to realise their potential.

There are numerous opportunities to get involved, ranging from offering an internship or becoming a mentor to speaking at an event or supporting student enterprise. You can also help inspire future generations to study at Glasgow by talking to prospective students or provide an alumni profile.

Find out more about the programme and how to get involved: Alumni volunteering - get involved


Join or create an Alumni Association

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Our alumni associations allow you to use the Glasgow network wherever you are in the world.

Each alumni association is different but they all exist to bring Glasgow alumni together. Check out their recent activities.

Special thanks go to our local Alumni Association board and council committee members who have been working very hard to organise wonderful alumni events throughout the year. 

Find out more about your local alumni association, and if there isn’t one get in touch to find out more about becoming your local alumni contact. 


Become a Programme Ambassador

 

If you loved your time as a student of the Adam Smith Business School , graduated from one of the programmes listed below and would like to share your experiences (plus details of what you are doing now) with prospective students,  we want to hear from you!

  • MSc International Strategic Marketing
  • MSc International Human Resource Management and Development
  • MSc Corporate Governance and Accountability
  • MSc Financial Economics
  • MSc Quantitative Finance
  • MSc International Banking and Finance
  • MSc International Business and Entrepreneurship

Our Programme Ambassadors provide prospective students with invaluable insights into the study experience at Glasgow and career opportunities open to them after graduating, through;

  • Providing online profiles/testimonials that cover study experiences and career paths
  • Responding to enquiries from prospective students about specific programmes
  • Representing the School at recruitment activities around the world

If you are a graduate of one of the programmes mentioned and are interested in being involved, please contact us at business-alumni@glasgow.ac.uk or on 0141 330 4935.


Reunite with your classmates

2009 MBA Reunion

Is your class having an anniversary or are you looking to get back in touch? Reunions are a great way to reconnect with old friends and classmates. Whether you are planning a small get together or a more formal affair the alumni team is on hand to offer advice and support at each stage of the planning.

Why not check our ‘How to organise a reunion’ guide, get in touch or look for current reunions


Get involved with the General Council

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As a graduate of the University of Glasgow you are a member of the General Council.  The General Council plays a distinct role in the governance of Glasgow, an ancient University, giving a voice to the views of graduates on the regulation and wellbeing of the University.  Find out more about the General Council and how you can be involved.