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A message for our Class of 2021 from our Principal

The following letter was sent to our Class of 2021 in December 2021, along with an alumni membership card. If you completed your course last year and did not receive this letter, please get in touch or update your contact details to ensure that we can help you stay connected to St George's. We are always happy to hear from our alumni. If you'd like to know more about what it means to be alumni of St George's, or have any questions for the Development and Alumni Relations team, please don't hesitate to contact us. 

A message from our Principal, Professor Jenny Higham - December 2021

Congratulations on completing your course this year - I hope you have found ways to mark this huge milestone and celebrate your achievements. I am delighted to welcome you to our global community of more than 21,000 healthcare and science graduates. You have completed your course in the face of unique and unprecedented challenges and we are all so proud to count you among our alumni.  

Welcome to our alumni community 

As you navigate your next steps as an alumnus of St George’s, The St George’s Development and Alumni Relations Team are here to help you continue your relationship with the university, and with each other.  

As an alumnus, you should now have been added to the mailing list for our alumni newsletter, ‘The Dragon’. This helps keep you up-to-date on what’s going on at St George’s, including events and other opportunities exclusive to our alumni. If you have not yet received a copy, please contact the alumni team at alumni@sgul.ac.uk to update your contact details.  

The team are also happy to help if you would like to reconnect with old classmates or organise a reunion. If you have any questions about what it means to be part of the St George’s Alumni Association, or if you’d just like to get in touch, the team would love to hear from you. They can be contacted at alumni@sgul.ac.uk.  

Your St George’s Alumni Card 

As a graduate of the university, your lifelong membership to the Alumni Association is free and automatic. I hope the enclosed Alumni Card will act as a reminder of your ongoing connection to St George’s. 

Your alumni card allows you lifetime membership of the Students’ Union, non-borrowing access to our library and a 10% discount on postgraduate fees, as well as two years of free careers support as you begin your career journey.  

Your alumni membership entitles you to a range of off-campus benefits such as a 25% discount at the King’s Modern language Centre and no joining fee on a Royal Society of Medicine membership. As alumni of the University of London, you are also entitled to special rates at Senate House Library. For full details, visit sgul.ac.uk/for-alumni/alumni-benefits. 

To ensure that we are able to keep in touch with you, please update your details via sgul.ac.uk/for-alumni/keep-in-touch, or complete and return the enclosed form using the envelope provided.  

I look forward to being in touch with you again soon with news from St George’s, and I hope you will make it back to St George’s in the near future. I can assure you of a warm welcome.  

Kind regards, 

Professor Jenny Higham | Principal 

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