The University of Northampton is proud to have alumni from across the world.
We are always delighted to hear how our alumni are progressing and we regularly hold alumni receptions in a number of different countries.
Northampton alumni live in over 150 different countries. Staff from our International Office regularly travel to meet new students overseas and are always happy to hear from our alumni. They will often take this opportunity to host a get-together. Look out for the events calendar on the International home page
Alumni Networking Event in India 2012
The University of Northampton held the Annual Indian Alumni evening on 24th March, 2012 at Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi. Vice Chancellor Professor Nick Petford along with the academic staff hosted the event organised by the University's Marketing and International departments as part of the global Alumni programme.
More than 50 graduates from a variety of courses including Business, Management, Computing and Occupational Therapy attended the occasion.
Commenting on the event, Professor Petford said,
We have been looking forward to catching up with the graduates to discuss their progress in their respective careers and gain an insight into the current graduate market. The University has always endeavored to maintain strong links with our alumni community. Our alumni are our best ambassadors. No matter where they go, they help in creating a positive image of the University. We wish to create an international thriving network of people linked to the University and each other.Vice Chancellor Professor Nick Petford
The event presented an opportunity for ex-students who have graduated over the past decade from the University to reunite and learn about each other's professional and personal lives. The evening provided an excellent avenue for former students to interact with the Vice-Chancellor, network and learn about the current University developments, including our new strategy 'Raising the bar'.
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