Global alumni community
When you graduate from the Institute for Transport Studies, you’ll join our international alumni network. We'd love to keep in touch with you
We have a network of alumni across the world and many of our graduates are now in senior positions within the transport sector. As an alumnus, you’ll continue to have access to a range of networking events, as well as opportunities to inspire new students with your experience and expertise.
We run an annual networking event, which is a fantastic chance for alumni to reconnect with their course peers and academic staff whilst meeting the new cohort of Masters students. We also provide opportunities for alumni to return to the Institute throughout the year and deliver guest seminars, passing on their expertise and passion for a career in transport.
Industry mentoring scheme
Would you like to share how the skills you gained throughout your transport degree helped you to secure your current job? You could pass on your knowledge and advice about working in transport to a current Masters student through our industry mentoring scheme. We’re taking volunteers from our alumni community to connect with current students, to offer advice on securing a role in the transport profession.
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latest DLHE survey
Find out what our alumni think about their time at Leeds, and what they have gone on to do
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.
Submit a profile
If you’re an alumnus from the Institute we’d love to hear from you. Completing a profile is just one way to share your experience of studying at Leeds and tell us about what you are doing now. To complete a profile that will be featured in our online directory, please contact email@example.com.
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Former research student, Dr Chiara Calastri, has won the 2017 Eric Pas award.More