As alumnus, you are member of the UT Community for Life!
The UT Community for Life is a network of more than 60.000 alumni, 12.500 students, and 4.200 employees. Get inspired by your UT Community and discover all of the advantages of being part of it!
Do you have any ideas how the network could have more added value and how you could play a role in achieving this? Please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (053) 489 2104.
Make sure your contact details are up to date. If so, you receive the monthly newsletter, Campus magazine, invites for events all over the world (and, of course, those close to your hometown) and information on interesting MOOCs and courses to expand your knowledge. Or make use of your life long email address.
Discover all the benefits of being UT alumnus. Search through thousands of scientific journals and books in the (digital) library of University of Twente, book a lucrative overnight stay in the new U Parkhotel (residing in the former EL/TN building) and gain access to the worlwide alumni network via the portal.
Meet alumni from all over the world during our events. The Alumni Office and alumni volunteers organise several activities worldwide. Join one of our lectures, workshops, company visits and meet fellow alumni! Organising an event yourself, for example a reunion with old classmates, housemates or club mates is possible as well. Please contact Karen Wannyn as she is happy to help you with that.
Your University of Twente degree provides an excellent foundation, but education is a lifelong journey! Stay updated on the latest trends in your working field, work on your personal and professional development or tap into the resources of the entrepreneurship experts at Novel-T. GoodHabitz for example, offers users more than 100 online courses in all kinds of fields, ranging from personal efficiency to Microsoft Office, from management to social media, and from health & safety to commercial skills.
University of Twente also welcomes the engineers of the future: visit Pre-U events with your (grand)children and let them become familiar with scientific education and research.