Alumni

LSE’s Alumni Association is your lifelong network of over 106,000 alumni. You automatically become a member upon graduation. The network includes over 70 international and special interest groups as well as a diverse programme of events for all alumni to enjoy. Membership is free and by registering with LSE Advancement, you will be able to stay connected with former classmates and the School after your graduation. You will receive a monthly eNewsletter, LSE alumni echo, and the biannual alumni magazine, LSE Connect.

LSE alumni also have access to Alumni Professional Mentoring Network, LSE Careers for up to two years after graduation, an email forwarding address to continue using an LSE email address, and the Library’s superb printed collections on a reference basis, which you can borrow free of charge.

European Institute Alumni

The EI Alumni webpage is designed to provide a source of useful information to graduates of the EI on the European Institute (EI) and LSE. This is part of our ongoing commitment to improving communication with our Alumni.  

If you have any suggestions or features for these pages please email Europeaninstitute@lse.ac.uk| or Euroinst.Alumni@lse.ac.uk|.

News and Events - Getting EI Alumni involved

  • Annual EI Alumni Reunion

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Our second EI Alumni Reunion reception for the year 2013/14 took place on Tuesday 17 December 2013 at the LSE Senior Common Room. With a Christmas atmosphere surrounding the room, the fireplace lit and mulled wine and warm mince pies served, the alumni and current staff members enjoyed a warm and friendly festive celebration!

The European Institute Alumni event was supported by the LSE Annual Fund.

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  • EI Digest
    The European Institute’s monthly online newsletter is the EI Digest. The School’s alumni office will send an email to you each month which contains a link to the newest edition. The EI Digest contains information on the latest news and developments within the EI, arrivals and departures of colleagues, new publications from staff, a list of all the EI events for the month, interviews, a staff calendar, media articles or opinion editorials written by EI staff, as well as news from the EI alumni! We would love to hear what you have been up to since graduating from the EI, so please send us your news items to Euroinst.Alumni@lse.ac.uk.

    If you are also interested in more general LSE news, you can access the LSE News webpage.

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  • European Institute events
    As you will know from your studies at LSE, the EI organises and is involved with numerous public lectures, research seminars and conferences, which EI Alumni are welcome to attend. To inform yourself on upcoming (and past) events, please access the European Institute Public Lectures and Events webpage. 

    Other departments, research centres and institutes at LSE also organise events that are relevant to European Institute fields of research and teaching. These events are usually listed on the LSE Public Lectures and Events webpage. 

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MPhil/PhD in European studies at the European Institute 

If you have completed your Masters and are looking to continue your studies within the European arena, the EI accepts doctoral researchers in the broad area of European ideas and identities, European political economy and European governance.
For more information on doctoral studies at the EI and on how to apply, please check the webpage MPhil/PhD in European Studies|.

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