Congratulations on reaching the end of your degree, but your relationship with the University does not end here. Oxford’s alumni community is here to support you.
Introducing your Oxford alumni community
You’re now part of an international community of more than 300,000 alumni, which spans more than 90 countries around the world. The Alumni Office in Oxford and in regional offices in North America, China and Japan, would really love to stay in touch and keep you up to date on exclusive events, networking opportunities, advice and much more.
- Join My Oxford Network, with over 17k global alumni willing to help and mentor you.
- Get to know more about our major week-long online event in September – Meeting Minds Global, featuring talks and sessions into the latest research areas.
- Sign up to one of our regional alumni groups, with 150 across the globe; so wherever you are in the world, you are sure to find Oxonians near you.
We also provide exclusive benefits and offers too, including opportunities for lifelong learning, and a range of discounts in Oxford and beyond.
In order not to miss out on any of the benefits that you are entitled to and to keep in touch with Oxford, register for an Oxford Alumni Online account. You’ll also be able to update your contact details, set your message preferences, and order your My Oxford Card.
The Careers Service can provide you with comprehensive support in your career planning and management. You can attend careers events, fairs, workshops and company presentations. Your student account on CareerConnect will switch to an alumni account when your University card expires, ensuring you stay up to date with job vacancies, events, skills sessions, fairs and resources on job sectors, applications and international opportunities.
Graduate Outcomes (or GO) is a survey which the University of Oxford is legally required to inform you about and invite you to participate in as a graduate of the University. The responses to the Survey will provide current and future students with useful insights into graduates’ career destinations and also help us to evaluate our own courses here in Oxford. Look out for a series of emails coming into your inbox soon.