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Alumni Relations

  

Once you have obtained your degree from the School of Business, Economics and Law, you are – forever – an alumnus of the School. Then you will receive continuous information about the School, partly through our annual report and also by means of digital newsletters. You can also contact us about our research, education and other activities, as well as the opportunity to take part in Professional Updates and to make use of our Career Service for recruitment of new graduates.

Most important for our alumni organisation is to maintain contact with you as an alumnus – you are an important ambassador and we hope that you will have continued contact with your School. We are now working extensively with developing the alumni organisation; among other things, a new web-based alumni database has just been launched together with the whole of University of Gothenburg. This means a lot of advantages for you as an alumnus – for example, it contains a career service for School of Business, Economics and Law alumni where you can advertise for new co-workers and look for jobs.

Our aim is to create an alumni organisation that gives value both to you as an alumnus and to the School. We hope to bring about a fertile foundation for collaboration and to be a part of your life-long learning.

To read more about the new alumni database, see the menu at left. To log in or register, see the menu at right.

Do not forget to update your address information in the alumni database. Many invitations to seminars are sent only via e-mail, so make sure that we have your e-mail address. Have you forgotten your password? Click on the "forgot your password" in the right column and it will be e-mailed to you.

 

If you want to know more about how the School of Business, Economics and Law works with the relation to its alumni, please contact Ingmarie Karlgren at alumni@handels.gu.se or +46 (0)31 786 5155
 

 

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Page Manager: Daniel Karlsson|Last update: 4/18/2016
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