Features two bright and smiling new graduates in green and red robes outside of the Great Hall at the University of Leeds

As a graduate of the School you are one of our most important advocates, and we are always delighted to hear from former Earth and Environment students. See below for ways to keep in touch, help out students and more.

Staying involved

Would you like to act as a point of contact for potential students or be a guest speaker for our current students?

Maybe you would like to share how the skills you gained throughout your degree helped you to secure your current job?

We’d love to hear from you – you could become our next alumni case study to show off to prospective and current students.

Email with your story.

Life at Leeds: our alumni profiles

Browse through our alumni profile database to find out what our former students thought about their time in the School of Earth and Environment, where they are now, and how their experiences at Leeds have helped them in their career.

Get in touch with an old course-friend

If you have lost touch with friends from your course, the first place to look for them is on our ‘Find a friend’ alumni database.

If the people that you are looking for are not on the database, get in touch with and we’ll see if we can put you in touch.

Recruit a student

Are you looking for ways to work with the School of Earth and Environment to find new recruits? From short-term placements to graduate positions – we could find the perfect candidate for your role. Find out more.

Alumni bursary

If you are a former student of the University of Leeds you may be eligible for a 10% alumni tuition fee bursary. If you’re interested in studying further at the University of Leeds, find out more about the alumni bursary.