Alumni Networks

Our alumni are spread all across the world and represent a truly global community. Regional or national groups can be a great way to stay connected and - whether in Yorkshire or New York - we are always happy to help you find other King's alumni in your area and to facilitate local events and gatherings.

Regional Groups

Looking for alumni in your area? The King's community is spread right across the globe and we're always happy to help establish regional groups in the UK and overseas.

Contact us for more information.

Entrepreneurship Network

Have an idea for a project, invention or initiative? Why not enter our annual Entrepreneurship Competition and benefit from the insights of our expert panel!

Get in touch.

 

Other Alumni Groups

Looking to stay connected with clubs and societies, or looking to make connections with other King's alumni in your industry or profession. We might be able to help!

Let us know how we can help.

Alumni are encouraged to stay involved with the life of the College however they can, and many generously donate their time and expertise.
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Find details of all upcoming reunions, donor events and alumni gatherings, and check the reunion schedule for future events.
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We welcome donations of all sizes to important causes such as our access programme, graduate scholarships or our renowned Chapel and Choir.
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Stay connected with the College by updating your details and getting in contact with long-lost contemporaries.

Members and Friends News

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New Entrepreneurship Lab blog welcomes submissions

The King's E-Lab launches ‘Mindsets’, a new blog series that hopes to create a space for reflection and to spark new ideas.

2024 Rylands Art Prizes awarded

Teddy Graham has been awarded first prize for his work 'Surrogate', with second prize going to Em Dirs and a joint third for Eden Hogston and John Palmer.

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New sculpture celebrates the legacy of Alan Turing

A new work by Sir Antony Gormley has been officially unveiled at King’s College Cambridge. The sculpture, titled 'True, for Alan Turing', stands 3.7 meters tall and sits at the heart of the College, between Gibbs Building and Webb’s Court.

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