Welcome to the SSEES Alumni webpage. In the last four years SSEES Alumni Association has grown, and its activities have multiplied. Fostering the wider SSEES community remains our key aim, and so, if you have come across this page and are not receiving regular communication from us, we would love to include you in our community. If you graduated since SSEES joined UCL, we evidently do not have an up-to-date email address for you. To rectify this situation, please update your details with UCL Alumni. If you were at SSEES when it was an independent entity within the University of London, you also need to register via the ‘Update your details’ link, as alumni details are held centrally in UCL.
2015 marked the centenary of the foundation of SSEES. A large range of activities took place, including a grand alumni dinner and a fund raising effort to support our current students with scholarships. We will be updating you shortly with the results of these and where your money will be going. Keep in touch to receive details of this as well as of our regular talks, parties and outings in London to events with an East European flavour. Registering will also bring our biannual newsletter UnSSEESing into your inbox. We hope to see you at an alumni event in the not too distant future.
We love hearing from former students, so please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
President, SSEES Alumni
UCL SSEES needs you
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 and we need to ensure our students have the best resources available to them.
You can help to provide this by making a gift to us. 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.