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Welcome back!

Have you studied at the University of Gothenburg? Then you are an alumnus and welcome to join our network. Your experiences gained from working life and from the University are important. We would therefore like to maintain contact with you.

The network is important for you

Contacts important for the future are often established with fellow students and lecturers while studying. The alumni network enables you to maintain and broaden your social and professional contacts. The key to the network is the alumni database that is common to the entire University, regardless of what you have studied. More than 14,500 former students - in more than 70 countries - have already registered (November, 2013).

You are important

Your experience of studying and work is valuable to us and our students. With your help we can develop our courses and strengthen our connections with the surrounding world. With your information from your professional life, we can show our students what they can work with after graduating.

Current alumni activities

The University of Gothenburg’s alumni activities are still under development. Many faculties and departments continuously arrange various programmes. If you cannot find any activities within your field at this time, you can still register in the alumni database.

Read more about the alumni activities at Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) or get in touch.

 

News

  • Alumni event in China

    [11 Nov 2014] A few alumni from University of Gothenburg living in China, attended events in Beijing 23 October and in Shanghai 30 October. See the pictures and read all about it!

  • Latest news from the GU Journal in November

    [10 Nov 2014] Read about moral philosophy, the whole world as workplace, singing out in latin, waiting for intelligent robots and much more.

  • Commissioner and alumna visits the University of Gothenburg

    [24 Oct 2014] Cecilia Malmström, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, and soon European Commissioner for Trade, holds a lecture about "Europe and migrants ¿ progress and setbacks" at the School of Business, Economics and Law 3 November.

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