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One of the best benefits of being a Leeds graduate? Having a degree that is respected worldwide.
As well as helping you connect with more than 270,000 Leeds graduates worldwide, we offer social and networking opportunities, career support and direct links to one of the top research institutions in the country.
Members of Leeds alumni online offer exclusive discounts to our members
As a Leeds graduate you may be eligible for a 10% alumni tuition fee bursary. More on postgraduate discounts
Get preferential alumni rates at the University's sports centre, The Edge
Claim your graduation gift: 15% off the monthly annual membership payment if you graduated in the past six months.
You may access the Library’s world-class collection free of charge for reference only. For £50 per year, you may borrow Library items. Ask for a graduate application form at any library reception desk or download it here
Back on campus? Pay a visit the Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery and the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery.
The Careers Centre can help you with all aspects of career planning and support
If you graduated in 2011 or later, get exclusive online access to alumni who have the careers you want. Join the Leeds Network
If you've graduated in the last five years, get free access to Spark, the University's business start-up service
Get a 10% discount from the Clothworkers' Consort for choral music for weddings at cathedrals, churches and other venues. The Choir generally sings as guests arrive, during the signing of the register, and in the leading of the hymns. More information
As a Leeds graduate you may be eligible for a 10% alumni tuition fee bursary.
More on postgraduate discounts
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"Just returned from a ski holiday in Courchevel. First class ski instructor, Tom, turned out to be a fellow Leeds Engineering graduate (Civil). Great snow."
Robert CawteMechanical Engineering 1984
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