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Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton

Ocean and Earth Science alumni are going places

One of the most important issues our students face is their future employability, and the University places a strong priority on preparing our students for “life after graduation.” We also recognise that our alumni offer a wealth of experience, which leaves them well placed to offer invaluable advice to the next generation of Southampton graduates.

Over the summer months of 2011 the University welcomed our first Alumni Intern, Lawrie Cowley (MSci Geology, 2011), to spearhead a survey to understand the career destinations of our Ocean and Earth Science graduates. The internship was funded by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Career Destinations and Ocean and Earth Science.

The survey was aimed at refreshing our Ocean and Earth Science alumni database. The survey results will help us better understand the career paths of our graduates and how they would like to engage with us. Most importantly, we will now be able to promote the employability of our graduates much more effectively to prospective students, parents and employers.

We extend our sincere thanks to all of our alumni who took the time to complete the survey - the results have been fantastic!

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We thank you, our alumni, for taking the time to tell us how you are doing and for helping us to stay connected with you. The Southampton alumni community creates a dynamic space for alumni within the University and provides endless opportunities for alumni, students and the University as a whole to find and build their places in a global community.

Our alumni are an influential force in advancing the University’s wider impact on society and in helping us to better serve our current and future students.

Thank you again!

Our alumni

Details of Ocean and Earth Science's current alumni

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