University of Southampton

Alumni Profile Form

Thank you for your interest in sharing your story with us so that we can create an alumni profile to inspire current and future students of the University. Please answer the questions below and remember to email a colour photograph, to accompany your profile, to alumni@southampton.ac.uk

Please note the information you provide to us may be used in University publications such as prospectuses, on the departmental or corporate website or in other marketing material such as posters, mailers, display items, digital and social media. It may be edited slightly in some instances in order to coincide with word counts or house style.

Your personal details
*Surname:
*Forename:
Date of birth:
Country of origin:
*Email address:
*Telephone number:
*Year of graduation:
*Degree subject:
Your personal profile
*What made you select the University of Southampton?:
*Did you have any anxieties about going to University?:
*How did Southampton help you settle in once you started?:
*What is Southampton like as a place to study?:
*What did you enjoy about the course?:
*Did you have the opportunity to study modules outside of your core subject area, and how did they add to your success after leaving the University?:
*Did you participate in any extra-curricular activities (such as clubs, societies) that provided skills that you have used since leaving?:
*Did any exposure to employer opportunities (such as work experience, company presentations, career mentoring) or research led learning during your course help you achieve your ambition? If so, how?:
*What have been the highlights of your career to date?:
*When you graduated what was your ambition and do you feel you've achieved it?:
*Do you have any future ambitions?:
*What are you most proud of?:
*What advice would you give to a student starting their degree at Southampton?:
*If you had your time at University again is there anything you'd do differently?:
*What tips would you give to current students looking to start a career in your sector? What could they be doing now to make themselves more employable when they graduate?: