Networks and groups
Ways to stay connected
With groups in both the UK and fast-growing networks abroad, the University is building ever-stronger links between LJMU graduates across the globe.
Alumni and staff run a range of networks and we welcome new groups: if you’re looking to reconnect or start a thriving LJMU alumni network get in touch with Alumni Relations. Groups can focus on a particular subject, area of interest, your shared history or your location; anything you feel would be a great way of helping you and your fellow alumni make connections and achieve success in the world.
You can also explore and connect with LJMU graduates through the University’s LinkedIn page, regularly updated with information and news for students and alumni.
Entrepreneurs' networking evening
Alumni dinner, Malaysia
Liverpool Universities' Pub Quiz 2014
Centre for Entrepreneurship
Whether you want to develop a new business idea, work as a freelancer, launch a product or service or grow an existing business, there are many ways the Centre for Entrepreneurship can help.
Budding entrepreneurs who are current LJMU students or recent graduates can access support from the Centre for Entrepreneurship free of charge, depending on the stage of your business idea.
We support enterprise in education through:
- Providing free, confidential and professionally-accredited business advice for students and alumni
- The Enterprise Fellowship Programme
- Enterprise Education – tailored packages for LJMU programmes, a toolkit of enterprise activities, guest speakers, role models and student self-employment events
To book a free confidential business advice session with our business advisor, please call 0151 231 3300.
Start-Up Entrepreneurs’ Network
If you are a student or graduate who has started your own business or you work freelance, the LJMU Start-Up Network helps you make business connections and find out about networking events and training opportunities at LJMU. The network is also for established entrepreneurs and other business support agencies who want to get involved with start-up business and the work we do.
The network offers:
- Access to business and trading opportunities, networking events and new contacts
- Information on funding sources and easy access to LJMU’s knowledge and expertise
- Opportunities to raise the profile of you and your business through our monthly members’ e-newsletter
- Regular updates on business events in and around LJMU
To find out more and to join, contact Dominique Aspey, External Relations Manager, by email or phone on 0151 904 6432. You can engage with fellow entrepreneurs straight away on Twitter @LJMU_Enterprise and Facebook.
Association of Past Students of IM Marsh College of Physical Education
The APS was established in 1915 as the Association of Past Students of Liverpool Physical Training College. The College was taken over by Lancashire Education Committee in 1947 and re-named IM Marsh College of Physical Education in honour of its founder Irene Mabel Marsh, and in 1949 the Association was reconstituted as the Association of Past Students of IM Marsh College of Physical Education.
The Association has over 367 members, holds a reunion annually on the first Saturday of October, publishes a yearly journal and has its own website. Any past students or staff interested in finding out more can visit the IM Marsh Past Students' website.
The Gambier Terrace Reunion Group
The Gambier Terrace Reunion Group was formed as a way for alumni who studied at the College of Art based at 11-12 Gambier Terrace to keep in touch. Students were located in Gambier Terrace between 1946 and 1966 as the growing college on Hope Street expanded. Established in 2003, the Gambier Terrace Group now holds a lunch club that meets every twelve weeks or so in the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool. For more information please contact the Gambier Terrace Group by emailing Carol Rigg on firstname.lastname@example.org.
South East Asia
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Liverpool John Moores University Regional Office for South East Asia works to improve the employability prospects of recent LJMU graduates by way of internship opportunities, along with helping raise the University’s reputation and profile with prospective students.
The office is always keen to hear from alumni in the region who work for an organisation that would like to offer internships or who would like to champion LJMU to prospective students – if you’d like to get in touch contact email@example.com.
Each year alumni and friends of LJMU in Thailand meet in Bangkok for an annual dinner, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Thailand alumni group in April 2013. If you would like to find out more or help expand our network of alumni in Thailand please contact LJMU alumnus Dr Nutthaporn Ruchikachorn on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ghanaian LJMU alumni network is managed by Engineering graduates from 2007-2010:
President Reuben K Kornu, BSc Hons Civil Engineering and Management 2010
Vice President Emmanuel K Salifu-Asubay, BSc Hons Civil Engineering and Management 2010
Secretary Elsie E S Ghansah, BSc Hons Civil Engineering and Management 2010
Vice Secretary Johnson Senyo Kumah, BSc Hons Construction Engineering and Management 2010
Treasurer Aaron Nana Danquah, BSc Hons Civil Engineering and Management 2010
Organising Secretary Albert Kwesi Koomson, BSc Hons Construction Engineering and Management 2010
International Relations Dickson Boateng, MSc Construction Project Management 2007