Alumni

"Be slow to fall into friendship; but when thou art in, continue firm and constant." - Socrates

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Alumni

If you valued and enjoyed your time at St George's, we don't want you to lose contact when you move on - with the University, the Hospital, or the people you met here. We are very proud of the links we share with our graduates and past students.  Whatever you choose to do in the future we are here to help you.

Our Alumni Association is free to join. It opens up invaluable opportunities to network with our graduates. The alumni team will support you with a range of events where alumni can enjoy meeting one another, share experiences and develop social and professional networks.

Our alumni members qualify for a range of additional benefits such as reference access to the Library, membership of the Students Union and preferential rates for use of the Robert Lowe Sports Centre.

Through our alumni association you can enjoy a lifelong relationship with your University. 

You can now keep up-to-date with St George's via the following social networking sites:

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