Just because you’ve finished your studies, you don’t leave Kent behind. There are lots of ways to play your part in the Kent community. You are one of over 183,000 Kent alumni worldwide – so why not make the most of the fantastic opportunities that being part of this network provides?
Most importantly, make sure that you don’t miss out on any opportunities by ensuring that we have got your correct contact details. By giving us your up-to-date details when you register for your graduation – and keeping them updated – we will be able to send you information about upcoming events, share the latest alumni news, and make sure you don’t miss a thing. We’re only ever an email away – get in touch via email@example.com if you think we can help. And follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.
As you take your first steps into a new career, Kent is here to provide you with help and support to guide you along your chosen path. You can use the Careers and Employability Services for three years after graduating.
Every year we host a wide range of events, from campus-based lectures and reunions across Europe to formal and informal alumni events and get-togethers around the world, including online events which we’ve introduced recently. In the last 12 months alone, we’ve hosted alumni activities in Malaysia, the United States, France, Belgium, Italy, Canada, Greece, India and China, as well as in Canterbury, Medway and London.
We have alumni groups and chapters all over the world, with formal associations in North America, Asia, Europe and Africa. Find out if there is a group near you on our website – where you’ll also find links to social media groups associated with them. If there isn’t a group near you and you’d like to start one, get in touch, and we’ll help you find alumni in your area!
We hope you have enjoyed your time at Kent and that your university experience opens up new opportunities for your future. Please keep in touch!
And if you plan to return to study, come back to Kent and receive a 10% discount on tuition fees for the first year of a full-time course.
Acting Director of Development