UCL Dutch : Study Dutch in London!
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Alumni of UCL Dutch
If you have studied at UCL for more than three months then you are a member of the UCL Alumni Network. For information on everything that is available to former students of UCL please visit the dedicated UCL Alumni website. Among other things you can get a UCL Alumni Benefits cards which offers you continued access to the Dutch library and much more.
Stay in touch with UCL Dutch!
We would like to stay in touch with you after your graduation. If you want to keep up to date about events, reunions and news from the Department, please inform us about changes of your address. You may also want to subscribe to our RSS feed (newsletter).
We also invite all alumni and friends of the department to stay in touch by joining this Linked-In group, free of any obligation. The intention is to create a network and community and enable exchange between alumni across the years.
Your department needs you!
to make sure that our students have the best possible education at
UCL. You can help us to provide this by making a gift to the Dutch
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.
If you wish to make a gift to your department you can do so online by clicking the button above or by downloading a gift form.
If you wish to discuss making a gift to your department please do not
hesitate to contact the Annual Fund team on +44 (0)20 7679 9741.
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