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King’s’ alumni play a vital role in the student experience at King’s Business School.
Whether you have five minutes to write a good luck message, an evening to join a careers event, or can offer longer term mentorship and advice, your input makes a huge difference to our future graduates.
Find out more below about the different ways to get involved
King’s Business School’s Diversity Mentoring programme is a six-month long mentoring relationship designed to connect undergraduates students at King’s Business School with experienced alumni working in a related business field. The programme focuses on supporting students from groups which are under-represented in senior level roles.
Learn more about the Diversity Mentoring programme, including how to apply to be a mentor
Our Global Alumni Buddies programme helps International Management BSc students on their global study or work placement by connecting them with an in-country alumni buddy to help them navigate the local culture.
As an alumni buddy you could:
If you’re interested in becoming a Global Alumni Buddy, contact email@example.com.
We’re always happy to hear from alumni who are interested in visiting King’s Business School as a guest speaker. Opportunities include:
If you would be interested in speaking at King’s Business School contact firstname.lastname@example.org
King’s HRM Alumni Partner Network (HAPN) enables alumni working in HR to play a strategic role in shaping the MSc Human Resource Management & Organisational Analysis at King’s Business School. Members meet twice yearly with the Programme Director to provide a sounding board for programme developments and support current students by sharing career and industry insights.
If you would like to find out more about joining HAPN, contact email@example.com
What words of encouragement would you have liked to receive ahead of your final exams?
Each year, hundreds of alumni around the world write good luck messages to students at King’s Business School. Your motivational message is written onto an individual postcard and given to a final year student ahead of their final exams in May.
It only takes five minutes for you to write a postcard and show your support.