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Welcome to the Aston Alumni Community!

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When you graduate you will be part of a 80,000 strong community of Aston alumni who live and work all over the world. 

Join the Conversation
Connect with alumni all over the world  through the Aston Alumni Group on LinkedIn. You can also keep in touch with fellow graduates via Facebook and Twitter

Networking events and reunions all over the world
Alumni have recently met at Jaguar Land Rover, the House of Lords, for festive drinks and prestigious venues in Paris, Shanghai, New Delhi and Hong Kong. 

Careers advice after you graduate

You will have access to career planning and employability support up to three years after graduation, including interview coaching, master classes, graduate jobs board and paid internship opportunities. Moving abroad? Read our International Career Guides.

Will you be joining our roll-call of Aston Greats in the future? Read about many of our successful Aston graduates on our 50th anniversary site >>

Regular Communications

Keep up-to-date with graduate news and what’s happening back on campus with our quarterly alumni e-newsletter, and annual magazine, Aston in Touch.

Don’t miss out! 

We can’t stay in touch if we don’t know where you are. Please be sure to update your contact details with us when they change by emailing alumniinfo@aston.ac.uk  

Look out for us in the Upper Foyer on your graduation day.

Win exclusive tickets! 

Share your favourite memory of your time at Aston with #astongrads on Facebook or Twitter and have a chance of winning two exclusive tickets to the House of Lords in London. To submit your photos and memories use the hashtag #astongrads. 

To confirm your entry, please send an email to alumniinfo@aston.ac.uk with your name, contact details and a link to your photo(s)/memories. The randomly chosen winner will receive two tickets to the exclusive alumni reception at the House of Lords in November.  

History & Traditions

History & Traditions
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Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research