Welcome University of Stirling Graduates!

University of Stirling summer graduation. 27th June 2024

On behalf of everyone here at the University and over 100,000 former students around the globe, we would like to welcome the class of 2024 to our alumni community!

When you graduate from the University, you automatically become a life-long member of our alumni community. Jennifer Forman, Alumni Relations Manager, explains how to take advantage of the wide range of opportunities we offer to all our graduates.

University of Stirling Alumni Relations Manager, Jennifer Forman

Lifelong careers support

We keep supporting you long after you’ve completed your studies and taken your first steps into the world of work. That’s why we give you lifelong access to our Careers Service. From refining your CV, to interview practice and much more, our Careers Consultants are here for you no matter what stage of your professional journey you’re at. Here are some useful links to get you started:

  • The Careers Service offers alumni lifelong access to its services. If you are looking for work, considering postgraduate study, would like a CV-check or some tips for interview success, get in touch to make an appointment and speak with one of our consultants.
  • Our online vacancy system displays a wide range of graduate jobs across the UK, as well as paid graduate internships, local paid part-time work and volunteering opportunities.
  • We have a wealth of resources on our graduate pages, including webinars, application advice, and guidance if you are considering further study.
  • For our international graduates, there’s an online course from the British Council called ‘Preparing for Work’, to help you make your career choices
  • Also, you will be contacted in 15 months to find out what you are doing at that point and asked to take part in the national Graduate Outcomes Survey which will show where Stirling graduates are and what they are doing. Graduate Outcomes is the biggest UK annual social survey and captures the perspectives and current status of recent graduates. This builds a picture of employability for Universities across the UK and your participation is hugely appreciated.

Stay in touch!

You have access to your portal for 30 days following graduation to opt-in to continue to access your student email account for two years after graduation.

You can join our alumni communities on FacebookLinkedInX and Instagram and YouTube. Connect with old and new friends through our network of alumni ambassadors. If you lose contact with your Stirling friends, we can even help you get in touch with them!

Get involved in our alumni community

Help us continue to support student scholarship and hardship funds by helping to spread the word on the importance of philanthropic funding, or through making a donation yourself at some point in the future.


Who doesn’t want to save money?! As a Stirling graduate, you can take advantage of some great discounts. Take a closer look at what’s on offer here!

Alumni events

The Alumni Office helps to organise reunion events all over the world and we can’t wait to see you at these events in future! We also encourage and support the organisation of freestanding events and reunions by independent groups of alumni. If you’d like us to help you organise an event, please email alumni@stir.ac.uk.

UofStirling Alumni team at the annual Tartan Day Parade in New York City

Keep up to date with news from the University

Don’t forget to sign up for our magazine, Stirling Minds, which gives you updates from the campus as well as details of alumni events and reunions and the popular ‘class notes’ section. We will also send you regular e-newsletters in spring, autumn and winter. Make sure we have your up-to-date contact information to find out about events.

Congratulations again on your achievements! We hope you have had a fabulous student experience at Stirling with many happy memories and we hope to see you back on campus soon either at your award ceremony or one of our alumni events.

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