We’re here to support you as a UCL graduate. From those first steps into the wider world, through to important decisions you’ll make about your career and your professional relationships, we can help you build connections with our global community of over 300,000 former students.
Meet our Alumni:
Keep up to date with the Department:
The Annual Review is sent out to Alumni on a yearly basis. It contains highlights of the previous year and is our way of keeping in touch with Alumni. Included in the review is an invitation to the Annual Alumni Dinner.
Annual Alumni Dinner
The Gala Dinner aims to bring together our alumni, students and staff for a celebration of what has fundamentally made this Department a success - you! .
The date of the 2020 Gala Dinner is to be confirmed.
If you are not on our mailing lists and would like to join, please email the Alumni Administrator, Lori Coletti Campbell.
The Alumni Online Community
All UCL alumni and students are invited to register for the UCL Alumni Online Community. It provides an exclusive networking area where you can search the directory for potential mentors, search for jobs from your alumni community and build your personal network with experienced alumni professionals all over the world. You can also join one of our active alumni groups to connect with your international community and special interest groups in the UK.
Volunteer your time:
Our volunteers are at the forefront of our position as one of the world’s leading universities. Your time and expertise can be used to benefit UCL, our students and staff in a number of valuable ways across a variety of roles.
- Become a mentor, join the AOC
- Speak at our careers events
- Organise a reunion
- Post an internship vacancy on My UCL Careers
Make a donation
By donating to Physics and Astronomy you will be joining thousands of fellow alumni and friends who are already having a collective impact on the future of UCL.
Gifts from alumni and friends are transforming lives through world-class research, improving UCL’s resources and buildings and giving the next generation of students the opportunity to study at UCL no matter what their circumstances.
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Annual Physics Lectures:
Bridging Quantum Science and Biology
Dr Alexandra Olaya-Castro