Would you like to help our applicants, students and new graduates in a practical way? As graduates of the Faculty you are our best ambassadors. We need you to:
- Mentor our students and new graduates
- Give talks to schools about your career
If you would like to help us with mentoring, schools talks or get involved in any other way...
Keep up to date with the latest advances in bioscience research and network with other bioscience professionals. If you have chosen a career outside the field of Life Sciences you may want to attend social events or reunions.
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If you graduated within the last three years you can use the University’s CareersLink service to:
- Search for job vacancies
- Search for careers fairs and events
- Set-up email alerts for new events and vacancies
Wonder what your fellow graduates are up to?
Take a look at our Graduate profiles from our Undergraduate section...
Here are some of our alumni talking about what they do now, how they got there and how they use their degree in Life Sciences and related skills in their profession. They also give careers advice, talk about our Graduate Speed Networking event and discuss their greatest achievements to date.
Keeping in touch
Please keep us informed of your mailing and email address so that we can send you regular information about our activities, events and publications.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our online form to update your contact details.
We would also be delighted to hear from you whenever you change your job or reach a milestone in your life.
We produce an annual Faculty Alumni Newsletter.
2013: Alumni Newletter, Issue 3 [1.76MB]
2012: Alumni Newsletter, Issue 2 [PDF 6.24MB] | Alumni Newsletter, Issue 2 (Low Res) [PDF 934KB]
2011: Alumni Newsletter, Issue 1 [PDF 6.38MB].