Keep in touch
We are proud that our graduates look back on their time at Newcastle so fondly. We are therefore keen to keep you up-to-date with all our latest news and developments.
To help us keep in touch, please register or update your details via our short Politics Alumni Profile form.
We recognise that our alumni have established a diverse range of career paths, developing a rich array of professional skills and expertise in a wide variety of locations around the world.
Your success demonstrates the success of our former politics students across a range of careers and provides a valuable resource to help guide and inspire our research, teaching and current students.
There are many ways in which our alumni can contribute and support the ongoing life and achievements of our department. These include:
- guest lectures and talks
- professional advisory panel
- careers guidance and support
- international research links
You could also get involved with:
- exploring options for postgraduate study
- student recruitment
- work experience
If you would like to get involved with any of these activities, or have any suggestions for reunion events, please don't hesitate to contact David Walker.
Browse through our alumni profiles or create your alumni profile.
"My degree offered me the chance to build a wide range of skills and knowledge through different methods of study and I have found this to be really valuable in giving me a good rounded experience."
Read Rachel's profile.
"The most positive aspects of studying politics at Newcastle were the friendly, approachable and helpful staff who provide a conducive and constructive atmosphere to work in."
Read James' profile.
"I very much enjoyed the atmosphere in the Politics department at Newcastle. It was very much a feeling of all being part of the same team, rather than an ‘us vs. them’ attitude between staff and students that you find elsewhere."
Read Lucy's profile.
"The broad range of subject matter addressed that fed my intellectual curiosity and allowed me to see politics and indeed the world from a multitude of angles."
Read James' profile.