The international alumni clubs are local networks established by University of Helsinki alumni. The fundamental idea of the local clubs is networking among alumni.
In these multidisciplinary networks, you can make new friends or seek out old ones, or just keep up your conversational Finnish.
Our network supports lifelong learning, helps you stay up to date with the latest in education and research and gives you the opportunity to innovate together.
The clubs let you join our alumni activities locally, wherever in the world you may be. At the moment, there are international alumni clubs in Brussels, Berlin, Beijing, Stockholm and London.
The network of doctoral alumni welcomes all current doctoral students and doctoral degree holders to discuss, network and support each other. This multidisciplinary network covers all fields of the University of Helsinki’s doctoral schools and programmes.
Are you looking for a mentor or a coach? Would you like to participate in the development of doctoral training, or support a current student in their thesis process? Do you have a career story that could help doctoral students decide on a career plan? Join our network on Helsinki Alumni Hub!
The changing requirements of the labour market place new challenges on education also after graduation. Constant self-development along with the ability to adapt to new situations and changing roles are characteristic of today’s employment. Peer mentoring and short-term coaching can help you grow professionally. Would you like to support other alumni or are you looking for a coach yourself?
The mentoring network can help you find other alumni with whom you can become the best you can be.
University of Helsinki alumni are active networkers and influencers. Helsinki Alumni Hub lets alumni network more broadly, while letting them know about interesting news and events.
With the online portal, alumni groups can stay in touch and grow in a secure environment. With a group space on Helsinki Alumni Hub, you can easily communicate with members of your group and ask for help from the University of Helsinki alumni team if necessary.