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Alumni community

Make the most of life after UCL in our lifelong community for students, alumni, and staff.

All UCL alumni are invited to join UCL’s official alumni network on LinkedIn.

The group is your space to stay connected, build your network and get involved with UCL’s remarkable global alumni community.

As UCL alumni, you will be able to:

  • Find a mentor and learn from sector-leading alumni around the world.
  • Enhance your CV and break into an industry or sector.
  • Tap into a global jobs market.
  • Browse the latest UCL-organised alumni events, as part of our personal and professional development series.
  • Nurture lasting friendships.
The online element provides easy, constant access to a large network of alumni from various programmes and countries. Rather than being limited to alumni from one college or programme of study, I am easily able to log on and search for alumni or opportunities that are of interest to me – Miriam Maya, Primary Education MA (Class of 2005).

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    IOE alumni groups and communities

    All IOE alumni are invited to apply to join the London International Development Centre (LIDC). The LIDC facilitates interdisciplinary research and activities to tackle complex problems in international development and create a network of interdisciplinary researchers. They run a programme of related events in conjunction with partner organisations. 

    IOE alumni events

    Throughout the year we host a range of events, giving you the opportunity to hear from our world-class academics and professional experts.

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    Alumni case studies

    Firman Djaelani when he studied at IOE in the 60s, and Firman now, with his cat. Image permission: Firman Djaelani.

    Firman was a student on the Diploma in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language course, class of 1963. He reflects on his time studying at IOE as part of a scholarship from The British Council.

    UCL-trained teacher-turned-author Banji Alexander (PGCE Primary 2016) discusses the inspiration behind his new book and the importance of diversity in children's literature.


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