Groups of alumni have come together in various locations around the world and meet regularly with each other and with visiting staff from Bangor University.
Alumni in Boston, New York and the West Coast have met on several occasions to support the work of the Development and Alumni Relations Office. The University has links with the College of William and Mary and Harvard University.
In 2012, an official chapter was set up in Uganda. The Bangor University Alumni Uganda Chapter helps to promote Bangor University to prospective students and to engage with alumni in the region. For further information, please contact the Chapter’s co-ordinator Prof. Joseph Obua on: email@example.com
If you are interested in setting up an alumni group in your region, please contact Bethan Perkins, Alumni Development Officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Could you be an International Alumni Ambassador?
Bangor University is looking to recruit volunteers in key locations around the world to become International Alumni Ambassadors.
We’re looking for Ambassadors who take pride in their association with Bangor University and would like to help raise the profile of the University around the world. As an Ambassador you will be able to support the Development and Alumni Relations Office by sharing your knowledge of your country’s life and culture as well as meeting fellow alumni as they adjust to life after Bangor and advising prospective students. You will also be able to assist us with events such as briefings for new students, careers events and welcome receptions for students returning to your region. There will also be the opportunity to make contact with fellow alumni in your city and country for social and business networking as well as developing links with University staff visiting your region.
If you are interested in becoming an International Alumni Ambassador for the University, please contact Bethan Perkins at: Development and Alumni Relations Office, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, UK or email: email@example.com