Get involved and make a difference
"More than ever, the University of Copenhagen needs to be in dialogue with the outside world. I hope that alumni will continue to contribute with their unique experiences and input from their working lives." – Rector Henrik C. Wegener
Your journey at UCPH doesn’t necessarily have to end after graduation. As a former student, you can make a difference by getting involved in alumni activities. For example, you can become a role model for current students, contribute to developing and ensuring the quality of UCPH's degree programmes, start your own alumni network and much more.
Start by registering as an alumni from the University of Copenhagen. Via the alumni newsletter you will get information about how you can contribute and get access to exclusive events and membership benefits.
We may contact you in connection with career activities, study start, teaching, etc. to offer you the opportunity to give students insights into career and job opportunities via in-person or online presentations, cases etc. Please make sure that your job information is up to date.
UCPH supports local alumni networks on the individual programmes.
If you want to start a network with fellow, former students on the degree programme you studied, you can send an email to UCPH Alumni (firstname.lastname@example.org) who can give you advice and support to get off to a good start.
When a department or a degree programme wants to involve their alumni in an activity, they often start by looking in the UCPH alumni database. That is why it’s important that your contact and job information in the database is up to date, as departments are often looking for specific profiles. If you no longer receive the alumni newsletter, it’s most likely because we don’t have your email address or you have previously declined to receive information about alumni activities by email.
There are many opportunities for small and large businesses to collaborate with students or researchers at UCPH – from internships to research projects. If your workplace is interested in collaborating, you can read more and contact the faculties here: