Our alumni

Congradulations Class of 2021 and welcome to the Queen Mary alumni community! 

As a new graduate, you are now part of our vibrant network of almost 190,000 former students in over 160 countries around the world. Our former students are leaders, creators, educators and change-makers working in every imaginable field in every corner of the globe.  

This is the start of an exciting new chapter in your lives. We are proud of your achievements and we are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for you. Keep in touch and share your successes with us so we can shout about them.  

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Join the Queen Mary Network.Our exclusive online networking portal enables you to connect with Queen Mary’s global community, benefit from career expertise and advice through e-Mentoring and join regional and special interest groups. You can alsobecome an Alumni Ambassadorand share your experiences of studying at Queen Mary with students considering joining us. 

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Find us on social media. Follow us onInstagram and Twitter, like us on Facebook, connect with us on LinkedInand don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Join in with our digital campaigns, such as Instagram takeovers, and use the hashtag #QMULAlumni in your posts. 

Become an Alumni Volunteer. You can play an important role in the future of your University by inspiring current and future Queen Mary students by taking part in mentoring, careers talks, recruitment activities and so much more. 
Visit our Alumni and Friends Blog. Our blog shines a spotlight on the voices of our alumni and friends. Be inspired by their career journeys, highlights and top tips, and share in their memories of student life at Queen Mary. If you'd like to share your story, email

Attend alumni events. You can attend our annual alumni reception at the House of Lords, guest lectures, networking opportunities, as well as gatherings in cities all over the world. 

Subscribe to our new Alumni Angles Podcast. Our inaugural episode featured an open conversation between Dr Nick Prior (Medicine MBBS, 2017), NHS Psychiatrist and Co-Founder of Minderful, and Ellie McGrath (Public Mental Health MSc, 2020), mental health advocate and host of the Practice Makes Progress podcast, about their own mental health experiences, with a wider focus on the importance of conversation and asking for help. Listen now.


Thinking about your next step?

Take advantage of free careers support up to two years after you have completed your studies. You may also be eligible for discounted postgraduate study at Queen Mary with the Queen Mary Alumni Loyalty Award.

Register for an Alumni Extra Card. For just £10, you can continue your Queen Mary Library membership for reference purposes and get discounted membership of Qmotion, Queen Mary’s health and fitness centre. 

Attend alumni events. You can attend our annual alumni reception at the House of Lords, guest lectures, networking opportunities, as well as gatherings in cities all over the world. 

Support the Annual Fund. The Annual Fund is made up of generous donations, of all sizes, by alumni and friends of the University. Donations to the Annual Fund create opportunities for students from disadvantaged backgrounds and enhance their overall university experience and career options. You can support the next generation’s student journey from Welcome Week to graduation by making a gift to the Annual Fund. Thank you for supporting your peers.

Update your details. Make sure you don’t miss out on news, events and other opportunities by keeping your contact details up-to-date. Remember to let us know when you are moving home or changing jobs. 

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For more information about how you can get involved with all of the above, including how to register for the Queen Mary Network, visit our New Graduates Hub: