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Our Alumni community

As a graduate of the University of Liverpool, you are now part of a global network of more than 219,000 alumni in 170 countries around the world.

Stay connected to Liverpool by coming to alumni events around the world, joining one of our alumni networks or associations and hearing all about the latest news from the University and your fellow graduates.

Class of 2020

If you graduated in the summer of 2020, then in order to keep you informed of the details of your in-person graduation ceremony, currently planned for Summer 2021, it is vital we have an up to date, none-university email address to contact you. Please make sure you sign up for an alumni account, with an email address you expect to be able to access this time next year.

Visit to sign up and start accessing alumni benefits.

Teaching opportunities

During your time as a student at Liverpool, did you know many of the staff you have worked with over the years were Liverpool alumni?

We would love you to consider returning to your School of Medicine family to help us teach the next generation of doctors: Teach with us

Alumni News

Join the School of Medicine Alumni News mailing list, and we will send you news, updates and opportunities from time to time. You can opt out at any point if you change your mind. Contact with the subject line 'Alumni Mailing List'.

Become an examiner

Our clinical skills team are always looking to recruit OSCE examiners to assess students’ clinical competence in practical examinations.

If you’re a doctor or healthcare professional and would like to become an examiner, please register your interest via the Liverpool OSCE Examiners webpages.

Volunteer a couple of hours to interview applicants

Every February we hold Multiple Mini Interviews to select students for entry to our programme. This is often around 1250 applicants and the process wouldn't be possible without the support of those with relevant experience of healthcare/medical science stepping up and volunteering a few hours of their time.

If you are interested in joining our team of interviewers, please get in touch:

Proud to be producing medical pioneers since 1834

You did it! You’re a Doctor.

We are so proud of all you have accomplished in your time here at Liverpool. We know this is just the beginning of your journey in medicine and the Dean and the School want you to stay in touch. Send us your news:

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