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Internationally Based Groups

Alumni groups are a great way to stay connected to UCL and build your network of local professional and social contacts.

 

You’re part of a large and growing global UCL network and we encourage you to connect with each other locally - take a look on the tabs below for more information on our groups and existing alumni area contacts.

 

 

Europe

Cyprus
The UCL Cyprus and Friends Association has been in existence since the 1980s. Their UCL Alumni Cyprus Facebook group is available to all alumni, as well as prospective students.

 

Savvas Savva (UCL Electronic Engineering 1993)


Finland
Juuso Turtiainen (UCL Laws 2015)


France
The UCL Alumni France Group has been established for over 10 years and meets on a regular basis in Paris for drinks and dinner and for a variety of other events throughout the year. You can find out more on the UCL France Alumni Facebook group. 

 

Bob Lewis (UCL Geography 1978) and Julia McHugo (UCL SSEES 2010) 


Germany
There an active community UCL alumni in Germany on the group's Facebook page.


Greece
This long standing community of UCL alumni and friends can help you to develop local contacts. Please visit the UCL Hellenic Alumni Facebook Group.


Hungary
This is a new and developing alumni community, communicating through UCL Alumni Hungary Facebook page.

 

Tamás Szabados (UCL Laws 2008)

 

Italy
Emilio Cocco (UCL SSEES 2000)


Norway
Peter Bennett (UCL Psychology 1973)


Portugal
There is a long standing community of active UCL alumni in Portugal, who meet up and connect via the UCL Portuguese Alumni Group.

 

Contacts: Maria Empis (UCL History of Art 1993) or Luis Roquette Geraldes (UCL Laws 2008)


Romania
Bogdan Batrinca  (UCL Financial Computing 2013)


Turkey
Recently launched, the UCL alumni in Turkey Facebook group is a fantastic way to reach out to local UCL alumni to develop your own social and professional network.
 
Sinan Arslaner (UCL Economics 1983)