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Our Alumni Network

UCL History has an active alumni network which comprises more than 2,400 former students. Each year the department hosts two alumni evenings (also known as 'Lecture Parties'), which provide an opportunity for you to catch up with old friends whilst enjoying a short talk by a member of the department as well as wine and nibbles. Alumni also receive termly e-newsletters summarising relevant events which may be of interest, and key pieces of news. The department is particularly grateful to those alumni who volunteer their time to help us; to Peter Dawe for organising visits and reunions, to Neil Matthews for editing the annual magazine, to those who help provide careers advice to current students, and of course to our generous benefactors whose gifts have helped students of all backgrounds to access both undergraduate and postgraduate education. 

Getting Involved 

Check your details are up-to-date
Come to one of our events
Make a donation to support the department
Organise a reunion
Read the annual alumni magazine
Take part in UCL's mentoring programme
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Alumni News

Latest alumni newsletter out now

The 2014 edition of the newsletter for alumni of UCL History is out now, and there's plenty to interest all former denizens of Gower Street:- More...

Published: May 11, 2014 4:33:42 PM

UCLHISTORY 2013 issue out now

The latest issue of the newsletter for UCL History alumni is out now - and it's a packed issue. More...

Published: Apr 25, 2013 12:46:06 PM

Alumni visit to Marlborough House - report

In March 2013, a party of Alumnus Association members paid a visit to Marlborough House. John Deards reports on what they saw. More...

Published: Apr 12, 2013 9:15:09 AM

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Alumni Events

History of St. Albans Walking Tour

Jonathan Kiek (1971) a longstanding resident of St. Albans, author of Everybody's Historic England and of Everybody's Historic London - a History and a Guide, has kindly agreed to lead a walking tour of the city and Verulamium Park which will include the clock tower, the cathedral, the old town hall as well as Roman sites on Saturday 7 May 2016. The walk will trace the entire history of St. Albans from Celtic times and will be very different from the highly successful event of a few years ago which followed the route of the battle of St. Albans 1455. More...

Starts: May 7, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Visit to Fulham Palace

A visit has been arranged for alumni to Fulham Palace, Bishop's Avenue, London, SW6 6EA on Sunday 3 July 2016. We meet at the fountain outside the main entrance at 14:30 for a 14:45 start of a guided tour of the garden and the house. The tour lasts an hour and a half and begins outside. Cost payable on the day £8.

The palace which is Grade 1 listed was the country home of the Bishops of London until 1975 and is now administered by a Trust. The tour which covers 1300 years of history will include the history and archaeology of the site, the garden history, the lives of the bishops and the architecture.

Refreshments: the Drawing Room Café is open 09:30 - 17:00

Please book by midday, Wednesday 22 June 22 2016 by emailing Peter Dawe, our volunteer Alumni Events Officer 

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Starts: Jul 3, 2016 2:30:00 PM

Late 1960s Reunion at The Wallace Collection

A reunion will be held on Saturday 01 October at The Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1. The nearest Underground is Bond Street.
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Starts: Oct 1, 2016 12:00:00 AM

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