We’re here to help you make the most of your alumni benefits, but the truth is that you can help us, too. Alumni are more than welcome to get involved with volunteering at open days or International recruitment fairs, running events or organising societies.
The University helps alumni act as reunion organisers, invites alumni back to give lectures or works with them to cover interesting alumni activities outside of Oxford Brookes. There are lots of ways to stay engaged with your university – some great recent examples include:
- Bacchus mentoring module
The Business School continues to run a pioneering mentoring module for Oxford School of Hospitality Management students with the help of Oxford Brookes graduates.
- International Chapters
With Oxford Brookes alumni in nearly every country in the world, there is almost certainly someone you can connect with who shares a similar experience to you of living and studying in Oxford at Brookes. Find out more.
- Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Oxford Brookes Special Interest Groups have a calendar of events that include workshops, seminars and meetings to promote discussion and working partnerships. The Women in Business SIG was launched in London with a workshop given by Rachel Bamber '94.
- The Alumni Lecture
How to Change the World! Last year Melody Hossaini '06, Businesswomen, Social Entrepreneur and star of BBC 1's 'The Apprentice' spoke about the founding of her social enterprise InspirEngage International and its work and how we can create impact in whatever our chosen field to be able to change the world.
We're always interested in finding out how you'd like to stay involved with your University. So if you've any ideas for alumni activities, from a sports day event to a society gathering then get in touch with us and let us know.