Oxford Alumni 2020

You might be leaving Oxford, but Oxford will never leave you

We understand that the end of your academic time here at the University is a lot different than you expected, and we want you to know that Oxford’s alumni community is here to support you. We want to keep you up to date on exclusive events, networking opportunities, advice, and much more.

The elephant in the room

We can't not talk about COVID-19 because we're really sad we won't be able to meet you all face to face at our events to give you your new My Oxford Card, plus letting us know how you want to stay in touch with us in the future.

Once you leave your college, department or the central University (aka us, the Alumni Office) we need your consent to contact you, if you don't have it, we can't let you know about all the amazing events, networking opportunities and much more back in Oxford.

A new way of doing things

To that end, we have made the process as simple as possible for you. From now, we'll be emailing you instructions with a link to creating your brand new My Oxford Online account - this is where you can give your consent back to the University as a whole.

And what's in it for you? Glad you asked...

Meet your mentors

These four alumni gave us exclusive Zoom interviews to give you advice on attention grabbing CVs, going into the workplace, maintaining a worklife balance, entrepreneurship and much more! And these will be exclusively available to you on My Oxford Online.

Aron Gelbard
Aron Gelbard
(Jesus, 2000)

Co-founder and CEO of Bloom & Wild

Anne-Marie Imafidon
Anne-Marie Imafidon
(Keble, 2006)

Co-founder and CEO of STEMettes

Tilly Rose
Tilly Rose
(Jesus, 2011)

Founder of ‘That Oxford Girl’

Miles Young
Miles Young
(New, 1978)

Former CEO of Ogilvy & Mather