WHO IS AN ALUMNI?
Have you studied or worked at the University of Helsinki? If the answer is yes, you are an alumna / alumnus.
Alumni are those who have been granted the right to study at the University of Helsinki, researchers and those who have worked for the University. Having graduated is not required to be an alumnus or alumna; even students and staff are alumni.
Alumni (plur) is latin for graduates or former students.
Your years at the University connects you to all the alumni of University of Helsinki around the world. Join the community you belong to with over 180 000 alumni, and enjoy all the membership benefits, the program and access to a unique network.
YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY
Your years as a University of Helsinki alumnus or alumna have just begun – and have no deadline!
NETWORK as a part of a community of over 7000 alumni
TAKE PART in a diverse program and volunteer
SUPPORT the employment of students
LEARN by staying in contact with the university
SAVE money with academic member benefits
The University of Helsinki Alumni Association is a network of over 7000 professionals that can support your career. The Association is a meeting place for future employers and employees, mentors and mentees as well as new friends. Apply for the Alumni Association’s alumni Ambassador program in the Association’s closed LinkedIn group.
JOINING IS EASY
You can easily join the University of Helsinki Alumni Association either online, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +358 50 448 4120
Join the community you belong to and enjoy several member benefits. Members of the Alumni Association are offered a unique cross-disciplinary program which includes over 50 seminars, lectures, travel programs and celebrations every year, a subscription to Yliopisto magazine, discounts on concert tickets, magazines, books, courses and sports services, a chance to take advantage of and contribute to our community: you can network with over 7,000 alumni, volunteer, act as a mentor and support students’ employment possibilities and an opportunity to influence the university and its future.