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Happy student celebrating her graduation. After graduation, you are called an alumnus.
After graduation, you become an alumnus.
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Have you not heard from us in a while?

A decision has been taken by the University of Gothenburg to delete all alumni in the database who have not actively registered/updated their information. This is due to the European GDPR-data protection legislation. If you want to stay in touch with us, you can re-register via the link above to ensure you continue to get updates from us.

Network, career and lifelong learning

Our alumni activities aim to create value both for you as alumni and for the School. We want to remain part of your lifelong learning, and hope that you will share your knowledge and experience with future generations of students if and when opportunities arise.

Alumni relations involve contact and exchange between the School and its former students. There are numerous benefits to being an alumnus of the School and a member of our Alumni Network. These include:

  • Invitations to alumni gatherings in Gothenburg, Stockholm and internationally (e.g. San Francisco and London).
  • Invitations to topical lectures given by leading speakers and hosted by the School, both digitally and on site.
  • Access to new research via digital publications and online resources.
  • News about the School via our digital newsletter and regular posts on social media channels such as our LinkedIn page.
  • Opportunity to interact with researchers.
  • Opportunity to keep in touch with fellow graduates and secure new contacts at alumni gatherings and digitally via our LinkedIn page.
  • Access to our Career Portal and all its job vacancies, exclusive to the School, for up to two years after graduation. 
  • Help in recruiting new talent or students for thesis work, internships and so on via our Career Service.

Register with the alumni database

To enable us to keep in touch with each other and make sure you don’t miss out on invitations and messages from us, you need to register with our alumni database. Also, do not forget to update your details, for example if you get a new e-mail address.

In 2019 the School of Business, Economics and Law and the rest of the University of Gothenburg launched a new joint alumni database. Even if you have received messages from us before, for GDPR (an EU data protection law) reasons you need to go into our new database and confirm your personal details. 

As part of the School’s commitment to sustainability, we are increasingly sending out information electronically. To make sure you don’t miss out on anything, it is important that you enter your e-mail address in the database. The data you submit to the database will only be used by us within the University of Gothenburg.

Being a School of Business, Economics and Law alumnus is entirely free of charge.

About the alumni database

The University of Gothenburg’s alumni database is password protected and shared across the whole university. You need to register in order to stay in contact with us. 

Processing of personal data in the alumni database

Events

Alumni Pub Night – 12 April

Welcome to our alumni pub night! Return to Handelspuben for an evening with pub quiz, where we gather to remember the good old days at the school and create new memories together.

We will offer an evening filled with laughter, chat and quizzes. At the pub there will be drinks and light food to enjoy at cost price. So grab your old school friends and get ready for a nostalgic evening! We look forward to seeing you and reliving some of the best moments from our time at the School.

Date: April 12, 2024
Time: 17:00 (Pub closes at 23:00)
Location: Handelspuben at the Stockholm School of Economics, Vasagatan 1.

Price: 100 SEK incl. support membership HHGS and 1 glass of wine/beer.

REGISTER HERE
Limited number of seats. A reserve list will be available.

The event is co-arranged by the School, HHGS and Handels Vänner.

Welcome back!

Photo: Isac Lundmark

London Alumni Event – 30 April

This Valborg (Walpurgis Night), the School invites our UK alumni to an evening in London.
 
We are grateful that Svenska Handelsbanken, Senior Partner of our School, is hosting this event. Viktor Elliot, Senior Lecturer and financial researcher, will speak on the topic of Sustainability and Digitalization in Banking and Finance - where are we and where are we going? We will also hear from SHB’s CFO, Martin Björnberg, on his views on the topic and how the bank works with these issues.

This spring event will also be an opportunity for you to connect and reconnect with other alumni and reminiscence of our times as students. We will offer refreshments and give you plenty of time to chat with the other attendees both before and after the presentations.

DATE: Tuesday, 30 April, 2024
TIME: 5.30-8.30pm
VENUE: Svenska Handelsbanken, 3 Thomas More Square, 11th floor, London, E1W 1WY – close to Tower Bridge, find directions here.

Register for the event here!

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Homecoming 22 April
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Alumni meeting Stockholm 2023-10-19

60 alumni attended when Marie Stenseke spoke about biodiversity, followed by a panel discussion in which representatives from Handels Vänner and SEB participated.

Want to organise your own alumni event?

Does your year-group have a major anniversary coming up? We can help you track down your old coursemates, arrange a visit to the School, offer tips on reunions and more. Contact ingmarie.karlgren@handels.gu.se 

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Professional coaching for alumni

Free career sessions for alumni with a professional coach from the School of Business, Economics and Law. Email us at career-service@handels.gu.se.  

Lifelong learning

GU Executive Education offers a part-time Executive MBA programme over two years, bespoke courses and open programmes.

Recruit our students

Our Career Service offers employers a great way to get in contact with current students. You can advertise job vacancies free of charge and even submit proposals for thesis work. The School’s Partnership Programme provides additional opportunities in the area of employer branding.

Students in hallway
Photo: Carina Gran

Partnership Programme

The School’s Partnership Programme brings together private and public sector organisations  in a long-term collaboration that adds value for both the partner organisation and the School. International companies and organisations are most welcome to join this programme!

Read more about the Partnership Programme

Find a new job

As alumni of the School of Business, Economics and Law, you have access to our Career Portal for two years after graduating. This is where the School’s partners  and other employers advertise job opportunities, generally aimed at relatively recent graduates. To gain access to the Career Portal, you need to sign up with the School’s Career Service

You can also post vacancies to our students and newly graduates free of charge. Advertise job vacancies here

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