LiU Alumni – update and keep the competitive edge
The students of LiU come from all over the world and our alumni can be found on every continent. They are making dream works in Hollywood, building higher education in Rwanda, doing business in London, introducing biogas in Chennai in India and developing software in Shanghai, just to name a few. They are all bringing new knowledge and expertise to society. Fostering wealth and sustainable development is the core mission of LiU. Our alumni are at the center of this.
Take Off for Your Career
Your network is your future. By signing up as a member of LiU Alumni you will gain access to a large network of potential professional and social contacts, all of whom are former students of LiU. Regardless of whether you’re job hunting, in need of fresh talent for your company or just curious about what other former students have gone on to work with after their degree, LiU Alumni provides you with a forum where you can make the right connection.
As a former student you also have a stake in LiU’s reputation. Through building closer ties to its alumni LiU hopes to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with its best ambassadors!
Are you about to finish your studies? Become a member of the LiU Alumni network to keep in touch with your LiU friends and find new valuable contacts.
We look forward to meeting our international alumni at our upcoming event 8 October in Guadalajara, Mexico. For more information, please contact Margareta Alfredson.
Read the International Alumni Blog
Guest blogger: Omran Alameri from Jordan, LiU-alumnus with a Master’s Degree in Medical Biosciences Many years ago throughout my senior year in school, I was curious of how scientists are able to derive, deduce and test their theories, which has then formulated my ambition toward science, especially [...]
Guest blogger: Yan Zhao from China, alumna with a Master’s Degree of Arts in Language and Culture. For me, Linkoping University is not only a place where I got my Master’s Degree, but also a place that fulfill my dream and a turning point of my whole life. Without exaggeration, Linkoping University [...]
Guest blogger: Abdul Lattif Adam, Ghana, LiU-alumnus from Masters program in International and European relations. I have always dream of studying abroad. But I knew this is just a dream, for studying abroad is reserved for the rich and the affluence in my part of the world. However, when a friend [...]
Guest blogger: Jesus Mascareno, Mexico. Jesus is a LiU-alumnus from Strategy and Management in International Organizations (SMIO) Master´s Program and also the winner of “Alumni Stories Competition 2014”. The acceptance to the Strategy and Management in International Organizations (SMIO) program at [...]
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Last updated: 2014-09-15