Find out more information about the various services and opportunities on offer within the Department and across the School for alumni from the Department of Social Policy.
Keep in touch with the Department
We warmly invite all our graduates to stay in touch with the Department and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. You can also sign up to receive our newsletter for our latest news and events.
We would love to hear from you!
Share with us what you have been doing since graduation and your career progression and feature in our Alumni in the Spotlight series.
Alumni Mentoring Programme
Would you like to gain valuable mentoring experience and help a student from the Department of Social Policy?
We currently run an Alumni Mentoring Programme and are looking for alumni students (undergraduate or postgraduate) to be mentors.
Mentors will be paired with a current undergraduate student to provide them with additional insights beyond their degree and support them with the transition to employment/further education.
Sound interesting? For more information on the programme and how to sign up to be a mentor please email Rosie Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org).
As an LSE graduate you're still part of the LSE community with the alumni network - a lifelong global network of over 148,000 contactable members in almost 200 countries across the world. The School’s growing alumni community is one to be truly proud of, people all over the world making tremendous contributions to the communities in which they live and work.
Join the LSE Alumni Network , stay connected and enjoy the many benefits that include:
Special discounted subscription rates to a range of journals.
Come back to study at LSE with discounted rates exclusive to our alumni.
If you have completed your course in the last 5 years you can also benefit from LSE Careers services.
With your Alumni/Library ID Card, you will have continued access to the LSE library.
Hotels and villas
Find out about special deals for alumni on a range of hotels, apartments and villas.
So why not join the LSE Alumni network?