Your relationship with Ravensbourne doesn’t end when you graduate. You can stay involved in a number of ways.
Volunteering at international recruitment fairs
We are always on the lookout for alumni volunteers to help our International Officers at student recruitment events and International Fairs overseas. If you were an overseas student who studied at Ravensbourne or are now living overseas and would like to help please contact us at email@example.com.
Could you spare a few hours to talk to prospective students about what life is like studying at Ravensbourne and living in London at one of our open days? We would love to hear from you please email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentor a student
We run a mentoring programme at Ravensbourne and would love to hear from any alumni who would like to offer their services as mentors to undergraduate or postgraduate students. If you are interested, please have a look at our mentoring page, which provides details of the scheme.
Dyslexia, dyspraxia and other neuro-diversity is perceived as a barrier to education and success. The Self-Employment and Enterprise Diversity Scheme (SEEDS) supports neuro-diverse students on their path into enterprise. As well as being a rewarding way to connect with new talent, mentoring can develop your own leadership and coaching style. The time involved is usually an hour per month. If this is of interest to you please get in touch at email@example.com.
Mentoring Ravensbourne students or new graduates is a great opportunity to share your knowledge and skills.
Offer work placements
Could you or your company offer a student at Ravensbourne work experience in your industry? If you or your company are looking to recruit students and recent graduates for work placements our Ravensbourne Agency can help. For further details visit the Agency webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org