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Connect with other University of Southampton graduates in your country by joining an alumni branch.
To find out more, you can get in touch directly with the branch using the contact details below.
If so, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can support your group in a variety of ways and would love to hear news of how our alumni overseas are getting on!
If there isn't a branch near you, why not think about starting one? We will do all we can to help you get started and to assist you along the way. If you are interested in setting up a branch get in touch with the alumni team at email@example.com.
There is an alumni branch in Bogota, Colombia, headed up by Mauricio Carvajal (LLM (Master of Laws), 2011). If you are interested in joining the branch please contact Mauricio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also find the Colombia branch on Facebook.
The branch in Mexico meets regularly and welcomes new alumni members. To find out more about getting involved please contact branch coordinator Angelica Prieto Marín, email@example.com.
The New York branch has been established for several months now and has held several really successful events. To find out more and becoming a member contact branch organisers Kasia Bannon and Eleanor French at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also join the group on LinkedIn to keep up to date with event news and to network with other members.
The branch held a Champagne Tasting event at the Moët Hennessy offices in New York at the end of March, where they were led by one of their best Champagne experts in tasting some vintage Krug, Ruinart, Veuve Cliquot and of course lots of Moët! It was a great opportunity for attendees to network while sampling the different vintages and the event saw the greatest attendance levels yet for the newly established branch.
Both of the branches met up with International Officer Sara Higgins recently for dinner during her visit to the area for recruitment and conversion activity.
In Mexico the dinner ended with a wonderful reunion for two of the alumni in attendance. Jorge and Emile studied operational research together in 1971 and they hadn’t seen each other since they left! It was a really amazing moment when they first realised how they knew each other. Jorge’s daughter is also currently studying in Southampton for a semester as part of her degree in Mexico and is thinking about coming back for a masters in a few years.