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UCL links Australian alumni – Alma mater matters
7 August 2014
7 August 2014
A new webpage unveiled today by University College London (UCL) will help prospective students view all its Australian campus alumni via Linked In.
The webpage will keep the alumni group linked-in, long after they graduate, also enabling them to stay in touch with each other as well as market themselves to potential employers.
UCL’s Australia chief executive David Travers believes this will be another valuable instrument in graduates’ personal marketing tool box.
“UCL has already graduated 60 students in Australia and these alumni are now working in leading roles all over the world with organisations such as Santos, Woodside, Chevron, BHP Billiton, Bain & Co, Deloitte, Pacific Hydro and the PNG Department of Public Enterprise and State Investment, to name just a few,” he says.
“By launching this new alumni platform, we are allowing the alumni to not only stay connected with each other, but broadening their access to industry networks and also enabling potential students to access our growing list of past students.”
“Alma mater matters. Every advantage we can give our students helps them network themselves in an increasingly networked global employment market.”
Consistently ranked in the world’s top five best universities, UCL established its first overseas campus in Adelaide in 2010.
UCL Australia includes the UCL School of Energy and Resources, Australia, the UCL International Energy Policy Institute and an office of the UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory.
UCL was founded in 1826 and counts 28 Nobel Prize winners among past and present alumni.
The website launch comes ahead of UCL Australia’s first major alumni event to be held in Australia in December, with the Provost Professor Michael Arthur and the Dean of UCL Engineering Professor Anthony Finkelstein both expected to attend.
Visit the alumni webpage.