Welcome (soon to be) alumni, to our worldwide community: a global network of around 92.000 graduates.
Out of sight does not mean out of mind, on the contrary; we would like to stay in touch, and hope to see you again at one of our events, like the UM Star Lectures, an informal get-together organised by the local alumni circles or the Coach Cafe. ↓ Curious what else the community has to offer? Read all about the Lifelong Learning programmes, ways to give (back) to UM, and inspiring stories by fellow alumni. P.s. don't forget to update your data to stay informed!
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Brand-new alumni and soon-to-be graduates: join us on Tuesday 18 April for an evening full of inspiration, tips and new professional connections at Bold Rooftopbar. Together with alumni coaches, you will discuss the next steps in your career.
From lab technician to FHML student to national decision maker: after spending a number of formative years at Maastricht University, Abdifatah Ahmed Mohamed has returned to his native Somalia. There he aims to make a difference as Director of Policy and Planning at the Ministry of Health and Human Service.
The UM Alumni Sustainability Community consists of UM students, employees and alumni. Their goal is to connect members of the UM community to share knowledge regarding, and take action towards, long term sustainable change. Featured is the chair Carolin Gorzelitz. Curious about the other board members and their dreams, goals and activities? Check out the community page!
I was particularly fascinated by the impact of exercise and nutrition on the human body
Because of the smaller groups, tutors can actively contribute to our growth, I feel like they want to see us succeed.
EPH gave me the interpersonal skills and intellectual know-how to work confidently on various health topics, including mental health
Maastricht University Campus Brussels serves as a base for alumni to connect and reconnect.
I love the international environment that allows me to acquaint myself with different cultures, and I think the program is very strong.
It's for people who want to do more than one thing and want to be able to combine courses however they want
I never thought PBL could have such a positive impact on my motivation and willingness to invest more time into academia!
The most valuable thing I’ve learned during UCM is that 'it isn’t always that deep'. Sometimes you need to let go of your extreme concernedness about certain things...
Joining UCM felt like joining a big family – I have never felt alone or bored.
What struck me most when first started here was the lack of negative energy, peer pressure and competition, which is very refreshing for an honours programme.