Representing Lincoln in Your Country
Graduates of the University of Lincoln are involved in alumni groups across the globe. Wherever you are, you’ll have the chance to stay connected to Lincoln and meet alumni in your area.
The University of Lincoln has a network of International Alumni Ambassadors around the world, who bring a little bit of Lincoln to the country they live in. Our International Alumni Ambassadors support the University as a local point of contact, and share their experiences and advice about studying in Lincoln with prospective and current students.
David Ngome, MBA Business and Business Management, Resident Internal Controller NFC Bank, Cameroon
When I attended University of Lincoln, It was my first time in England and my first time abroad. Studying with Lincoln University was a turning point in my life professionally and personally as the certificate carries a great repute in my country Cameroon.
Ashley Webb , BA (Hons) Business Studies, Senior ERP Consultant at Walkerscott, New Zealand
The indispensable skills learnt at the University of Lincoln have contributed to the continuous value I bring to my company, industry, and to my community. As a graduate of the University of Lincoln’s Business School, I learnt so much - the ability to be relentless, inquisitive, curious, and the push for high standards is something that will continue to inspire me.
Shreesha Bhat, PhD Chemistry, Research Consultant, India
The University of Lincoln has excellent research infrastructure in place with specialist equipment and highly-qualified research and teaching staff, making it a very exciting place to pursue research for postgraduate students. The training I received has contributed significantly in my pursuit of setting up a business as a research consultant and entrepreneur in India.
What Do International Alumni Ambassadors Do?
You can help support the work of the University of Lincoln in your home country by sharing your experiences and advising current and prospective students, attending and helping to organise networking and social events, and assisting in the recruitment of students. You can volunteer as much or as little time as you can spare.
What Are the Benefits of Becoming an Ambassador?
In return for your voluntary support, we will keep you updated with news and events at the University and invite you to special events in your region. Ambassadors can register with the Alumni Network to receive a wide range of benefits and services, including regular communications about events and alumni updates.