We help alumni connect with others in their area or who share similar interests, and support students and alumni to network professionally.
We have established the following specific alumni networks and groups to support you throughout your life and career.
Engaging, inspiring and supporting female graduates.
Founded by a group of Exeter alumnae in London, the Alumnae Group or Exe-X helps tackle the specific challenges facing women in their careers. Through our events and activities we encourage alumnae to support each other in personal and professional development and we help involve alumnae in the life of the University.
All female Exeter graduates are invited to be a part of the Alumnae Group and are warmly welcomed to all of our events, as are female students and university staff.
Founded by a group of Exeter alumnae (female graduates) the South West Alumnae Group aims to help to connect female graduates in the South West and provide opportunities for alumnae to meet and network.
The Group runs a diverse range of regular events on the first Tuesday of every month. Previous events have included tours of the Exeter Campus, speaker events, networking and visits to the Northcott theatre.
The Group provides a brilliant way for local female alumni to meet graduates from many different careers and disciplines, expanding their social and professional networks. It also enables graduates to hear the latest news from the university and stay connected to Exeter. The committee is made up of alumnae volunteers and supported by the alumni office in the University.
If you would like to join the South West Alumnae Group’s email list to hear updates on events and news please contact H.Crowther@exeter.ac.uk
South West Steering Committee
- Kelly Harkins, Economics and Finance 2011
- Dr Sandy Kennedy, Zoology 1969
- Becky Kilsby (née Fuller), English 1978
- Jess Gibby, French with Spanish 1984
If you are interested in getting involved in the group or you would like to find out more information, please contact Helen Crowther, Alumni Groups and Networks Officer, at H.Crowther@exeter.ac.uk or on 01392 726349.
The EUC is a friendly club for alumni, graduates and retired staff of Exeter University and their families. This includes those who have studied or worked on the Streatham, St Luke’s, Penryn and Truro Campuses, the former Camborne School of Mines, the Medical School and the (pre 1955) University College of the South West of England.
The Club offers a range of social and cultural activities for members and their families mainly through its branches, which are largely autonomous local groups.
Branches are based across the country and include:
Each local branch puts together a programme of events led by individual volunteers. The range is vast, reflecting members' interests. Any member is free to offer to host or organise an event. Clubs charge a small annual membership fee and each regional Branch has a small Committee.
- To further the interests and well-being of the University
- To promote links with the University
- Work with the Alumni Office, keeping in touch with Exeter graduates
- Organise social events across the country for graduates and their families.
You can subscribe to Branch Lines, EUC’s quarterly newsletter, to keep up-to-date with features on some of the past social activities throughout the year.
To find out more about EUC and club branch events please visit the EUC website.
Exetra, the recent alumni group, organises professional networking and social events for alumni in the London area who graduated in the last ten years.
Run by a committee of alumni volunteers, Exetra aims to help recent graduates improve their employability by having the opportunity to hear from experts in their field, learn about different career sectors and improve their skills. As well as this the group enables graduates to meet fellow alumni, allowing them to expand their personal and professional networks.
The Alumni Network Group Committee (otherwise known as ANG) was formed in 2008 and is chaired by Stephen Edge, Hon LLD (Law, 1972; Hon LLD, 2012), Corporate Tax Partner – Slaughter and May. The main purpose of the group is to advise and take a lead role in helping the University build lifelong relationships with alumni, to promote alumni engagement with the University and fellow alumni, and to give alumni the opportunity to share their views with the University. The Alumni Network Group Committee provides an informal ‘sounding board’ for the Vice-Chancellor and senior management and is consulted on strategic issues on an ad-hoc basis as individual members or as a collective Group.
The CSM Association is the alumni network for the Camborne School of Mines, and was formed in 1989 to foster comradeship between former students of CSM, to represent their views, promote their interests and maintain the identity of the school.
The CSM Association produces newsletters and yearly journals for alumni with updates from the School and from other alumni around the globe.
It is independent, self-governing and self-financing. Laboris Gloria Ludi (Work Hard, Play Hard) is the motto for the School and we endeavour to promote this within the membership.
For more information please visit http://www.csmassociation.com
Read about the history of the Camborne School of Mines, its research and the ways you can give it your support by downloading the CSM brochure.
The friendships made through involvement in sport at the University of Exeter last well beyond graduation. We are proud to have a flourishing alumni community through which alumni regularly meet up at a variety of events and carry out significant fundraising activity. Events include an annual Alumni Golf Day, a reception at Henley Royal Regatta and many alumni vs current student fixtures.
Find out more about sporting alumni groups.
The University of Exeter is a truly international organisation, with alumni groups spanning the globe. We have more than 20,000 international alumni, many of whom meet to renew friendships, take part in career networking events and strengthen ties with the University.
The Exeter China Alumni Association (ECAA) was founded by volunteers in 2012 and has now grown to a large network supporting alumni across China with chapters in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou/Shenzhen with employability activities, professional networking events and social gatherings.
The Exeter Hong Kong Alumni Group (EHKAG) organise annual events, including employability and social themed activities. These include an annual employability themed event with the aim of inspiring alumni with the different career paths open to them following graduation, as well as giving the opportunity to ask questions, to network and to reconnect with alumni friends.
Follow news and events in Hong Kong by joining the Hong Kong alumni group on Facebook.
The University of Exeter, US Foundation was founded in 2014 by University alumni based in America, and achieved 501(c)(3) status in May 2015. The Foundation is run by six volunteers (all Directors of the Foundation), who contribute their time and resources to enhance public awareness of the University’s research excellence and nurture relationships within the network of alumni who now live and work in America.
The Foundation is a public tax-exempt charitable body relying on gifts, donations and bequests. The Foundation facilitates fundraising and grantmaking activities for the University and the valuable contribution to continued academic excellence and social engagement.
Visit the dedicated website at: exeterusa.org
Each College within the University has its own dedicated alumni department and Alumni College Officer, who is there to support you. If you want to keep up to date with all of the latest news and events from your college or would like to find out how you can get involved and help current students, then please visit the relevant page below:
From the very first day you set foot on campus at the University of Exeter, to the proud moment you received your degree, your Students’ Guild was there to support you and your University Experience. We are the students’ union for students at the University of Exeter's Streatham and St. Luke’s campuses. The Guild exists to represent the voice of the student body to the University and works to ensure that every student gets the most out of their time at Exeter.
Whether you have fond memories of your society involvement, dedicated time to fundraising and community action, were an active member of our college rep system or simply enjoyed the odd pint and a burger in the Ram Bar, you will have encountered your Guild at one point or another during your University days.
In the past year, we have celebrated some incredible achievements thanks to our students. We now have over 240 societies across campus; we came top nationally amongst student unions for our Sabbatical Elections student turnout (45%) and we look forward to celebrating our many flagship projects throughout the year which acknowledge the incredible work of individuals and groups.
Here at Exeter Students' Guild we are incredibly proud of our alumni and the imprint they leave upon Exeter when they graduate. Our former students are always welcome at the Guild and we would love to hear from you. Wondering how your favourite group or society is getting on these days? Find out more about our current societies at: www.exeterguild.org/societies or contact H.Crowther@exeter.ac.uk if you would be interested to hear about current volunteering opportunities.
In the meantime, keep up to date with our Students' Guild News, elections, campaigns, projects and events throughout the year through our website, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram. You can also contact us at the Guild directly at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.
We are in the process of developing new networks for additional areas of alumni interest. More information on the following networks will be shared soon.
- Arts and Media