Support for King's Alumni
Alumni can continue to access our services for up to two years after your graduation.
Congratulations on graduating from one of the world's most prestigious universities! So what next? Let's start the next chapter...
We can help you to decide your next move, plan your career strategy, polish your applications, network with employers and hone your interview skills to ensure you're in the best position to further your career.
About to graduate?
Get ahead of the game by activating your graduate access to King's CareerConnect - you'll need this to continue accessing our services.
Not familiar with King's CareerConnect?
The portal launched in October 2016 and is your new way to engage with King's Careers & Employability and our services - discover more here.
You can still access almost our full range of services including one-to-one careers discussions, events, our vacancy board and resources.
Appointments are available throughout the year, either in person or virtually via Skype or phone.
Recent graduates can also access the King's Connect mentoring platform run by our colleagues in Alumni Relations.
How do I access these services?
To access many of our services, including appointments, our vacancy board and events calendar you'll need to ensure you are still registered to use our King's CareerConnect portal.
If you graduated before 2017, you'll need to complete a short registration form but future graduates should receive an email in the summer prompting you to update your contact details to retain the same access as you did as a student.
Please contact us if you have any problems registering or using your King's CareerConnect account.
Unfortunately, you're not able to access King's CareerConnect, our vacancy board, events or book appointments.
You do still have access to our Careers Centre, comprehensive website and some of our resources and exclusive subscriptions.
We recommend the following alternative services:
- CoSector Professional Development - a commercial service operated by CoSector, University of London but open to graduates and professionals from any background and at any stage in their career.
- The National Careers Service - a UK government service providing information and resources as well as the opportunity to benefit from careers guidance appointments.
Share your experiences with current students
We actively encourage our alumni to participate in our activities and return to campus to share your experiences.
From mentoring a student or hiring an intern to participating in our events or writing a graduate profile there are many ways to help support current students explore different employment sector and career paths.
For more information or other opportunities to engage, please contact us.