Welcome to your alumni community
Congratulations. You're now a part of our community of more than 500,000 alumni around the world who also studied at The University of Manchester.
You'll benefit from being a part of this community for the rest of your life. We'll help you:
- stay connected to the University;
- connect you with other alumni who can give you careers advice;
- access facilities like Library e-resources and the Careers Service.
Keep your details up to date
As a graduate, you'll receive our fortnightly newsletter with information from the Careers Service, news from the University, invitations to events and memories from your time at Manchester.
Make sure your contact details up to date on Campus Solutions to receive it.
You can still use the Careers Service for two years as a graduate.
With more than 500,000 alumni worldwide, you'll never be far from another graduate of The University of Manchester.
Celebrate your achievements and shape your future.
Callum McAvan gives his top tips of how to work out what you want to do after graduation.
Many graduates decide to study a master's degree or a PhD to advance their knowledge.
Read Johnny Dixon's story of moving back homeafter four years away at a Scottish university.
Helping you in your career
Reconnect with your Careers Service
Jenny Sloan outlines five ways graduates can use the Careers Service after graduation.
Careers in the time of coronavirus
Advice on what can you do now that will benefit you in the future.
How to ace phone interviews
Penney Gordon-Lanes highlights what to consider when approaching telephone interviews.
Find out from our graduates how they've transitioned to life after university.
Hear from Thomas Allanson, a 2018 Social Sciences graduation, about staying in Manchester as a graduate.
Hear from Lynnie Ler, who finished her degree in Mechanical Engineering with Management in 2019.
Hear from English Literature and Spanish graduate, Zac, who returned to Torquay after finishing university in 2017.