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Industry-Based Networks

Durham and Newcastle Medical Graduates Association (DNMGA)

Established in 1986, DNMGA is one of our longest-running alumni networks. The network aims to keep medical graduates in touch with the affairs of the University, and with one another. It also facilitates annual reunions.

Full membership of the Association is open to those who have graduated MB BS from the Universities of Newcastle or Durham. Or to anyone who has a relevant higher degree by either of these Universities. Associate membership is available to:

  • Past and present members of teaching staff from the Medical School.
  • Administrative staff from the Medical School.
  • Spouses and partners of full members.

For further information please get in touch.

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Law Alumni Network

Connect with fellow Newcastle University alumni who studied Law on LinkedIn. Share knowledge, discuss hot topics and reconnect with graduates across the globe.

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Newcastle University Shipping Alumni Society

This society aims to benefit all shipping alumni of Newcastle University. It is for those interested or working in shipping and other related sectors. The society's aims are to:

  • Offer networking opportunities between people of the same interests, to encourage co-operation.
  • Provide information on the shipping industry and related sectors.
  • Organise talks and career events with professionals from the industry.
  • Promote available opportunities related to the maritime sector.
13 members of the Newcastle University Shipping Alumni Society standing and smiling at the camera at a recent event.

University of Newcastle Agricultural Society (UNAS)

Commonly referred to as the Senior Agricultural Society. Membership of this network is open to all graduates with an interest in agriculture, food or the rural environment. The University has a rich history in agriculture teaching and research. Our alumni play a vital role in this history.

The Society's aims are to provide:

  • A forum for the discussion of development in agriculture and related industries.
  • A link between the research of our School and industry.
  • Assistance, advice and contacts to graduates as careers develop.
  • And to promote and support the work of our School and our students.

These aims are achieved through regular meetings, newsletters and an annual reunion dinner held in November.

A group of 16 members of the agricultural alumni network at an event. All dressed smartly and smiling at the camera.