LSE provides valuable services to alumni, and we at the Centre are very pleased to keep in touch with former MSc Human Rights students.
We have a facebook group for LSE MSc Human Rights Alumni. As well as allowing alumni to keep in touch with former classmates and make new connections, we post information about job opportunities, external events and other information of interest.
For many years we have organised alumni events, providing former MSc Human Rights students the opportunity to get together and meet former classmates and staff. We have held lectures, dinners and receptions. Speakers have included the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams; Richard Goldstone; and Professor Conor Gearty.
LSE Alumni can enjoy the following benefits free of charge:
Receive the award-winning LSE Magazine and newsletter
Access the main benefits and services through our LSE For You portal
Order your Alumni Library card and gain access to the BLPES
Use the alumni professional mentoring network
Use the alumni email directory and find friends
Free subscription to the termly LSE Events listings leaflet (on request)
Discounts in London, at the SU and on LSE courses
Free access to the Language Centre
Alumni Reunions and Events programmes
Update your personal details
To update your details and join the LSE Alumni Network, see Updating your details
Looking for careers advice?
You are entitled to use the LSE Careers Service for two years after you graduate. If you would like more information about the service, as well as availability at careers events, please visit LSE Careers: information for alumni.
Need access to the LSE Library?
You can continue to access the library after you graduate, free of charge. You will continue to have borrowing rights, as well as access to the course collection on request. Guest PCs on the first floor are available to you so that you may access the wealth of electronic resources within the library. See Services for LSE alumni from the Library, IT Services and Alumni Relations on the Library website.
What the Centre can do for you
We hope to enable alumni to maintain contact with each other and would therefore encourage you to register with the Alumni Office. When you update your details with the Alumni Relations team we will be kept informed of the best way to contact you, so that we can let you know about future alumni events.
We hold an annual events for alumni to which MSc Human Rights alumni are invited.
Alumni events have featured very special guests including Judge Richard Goldstone and Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams. Academic and administrative staff past and present are also always keen to attend, so its a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and colleagues as well as meet fellow alumni from across the years.
Alumni are of course welcome at all our public events. Details of future events can be found on the site, and are usually un-ticketed and free to attend. We also provide online articles and transcripts that you may find of interest, including transcripts of past public events where available, and articles written by Centre staff. In this way we hope to bring the Centre's activities to a global public community. If you would like to receive updates of these events, please register your contact details with the Centre to join our mailing list.
If you have published an article or a book, tell us about it. We would be delighted to provide details on these web pages in support of your contribution to the study of human rights.
What you can do for the Centre
Tell us what you are doing now. What organisation do you work for? What projects have you been involved in? Have you gone on to further education, perhaps a PhD? Send us a short profile and a picture. If you are happy for us to post this on the web we can support a growing network of alumni keen to know more about what class mates and other alumni are now doing. As you will know, the programme is not vocational but we know that the MSc can be used as a platform into varied career paths, and your experiences will also help inform future students who are keen to explore the possibilities that may develop from an MSc in Human Rights. If you are happy for us to use your profile, then please get in touch with the MSc Human Rights Administrator, Sara Ulfsparre at email@example.com.
The LSE is building a database of alumni destinations to which you can contribute. This again enables future students who are considering applying to the Human Rights programme to consider whether the course is right for them. What have you gained from the programme and studying at the LSE? Would you recommend the programme to a friend? If you would, then why not recommend it to a stranger - they may be part of your alumni network one day. Click here for more information on graduate destinations.