Information for alumni


We value the strong relationship we maintain with our alumni, ensuring a long-term connection and mutual support. Our alumni are vibrant, active contributors to the continuing growth and development of our Department and the international bioindustry. We are very proud of their achievements and their activities as ambassadors, and with their ongoing support, we will continue to go from strength to strength. 

Our alumni form part of an ever-growing global network. They are part of a community with an informed interest in biochemical engineering, often pursuing careers where they are responsible for major advances in bioprocessing.

Their diversity enriches the Department and alumni are always welcome to visit us on arrival at UCL. If you are an alumnus of the Department or have participated in the MBI® Training Programme then you may wish to join the UCL Department of Biochemical Engineering Network group on the professional networking site LinkedIN.

For information on wider alumni activities across UCL, please see the UCL alumni network.  You can also update your details in the UCL Alumni Directory and apply for your UCL Alumni Benefits Card.

Alumni and Friends event - Save the Date!

We are delighted to announce the date of our first departmental 'alumni and friends' event - Thursday 21 April 2016.  The gathering will be a chance to catch up with old friends, make new contacts and find out about the latest research from the department.  We are in the process of finalising the programme - watch this space for details of how to register for the event!

Read our most recent alumni newsletter here.

Help your department to invest in students, staff and facilities

We want to make sure that our students have the best possible educational experience and are eager to maintain and enhance our reputation for research excellence. We have expert staff delivering world-leading teaching and conducting cutting edge research, but they need to have the best resources available to them. You can help to provide this by making a gift to your department. 

Your generosity will provide us with a source of income which can be used to respond to needs and opportunities as and when they arise. From supporting student scholarships to investing in new facilities, 100% of your gift will be directed to areas of the greatest importance within the department. You can make a gift online using a credit or debit card or set up a regular donation using direct debit.


Professor Nigel Titchener-Hooker, Head of Department

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