We would love to know what you have been up to since you graduated from University College Birmingham – and so would your former colleagues and friends.
Maybe you finished your course last year, a few years ago, or in a previous decade. We regularly hear from alumni who have landed their dream job, earned a promotion, launched their own businesses – or retired.
Please let us know what you are doing now and, if you are happy to do so, we might feature the story in future marketing and recruitment literature.
Similarly, you may be in a position to offer an insight into the world of work to our students or offer a work experience opportunity. As a former UCB student, you could play a vital role in helping the next generation of graduates.
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Where are they now?
Made an unusual piece of aviation history when he became the first male flying butler.Read More
Life is sweet for a UCB professional cookery graduate who has forged a successful career making French macarons.Read More
Shazia Nasir was apprehensive about returning to education, let alone starting University.Read More
The revenue and reservations manager for a group of three five-star luxury hotels and residences in Dubai.Read More
Andreas Constantinou studied both a BSc in Tourism Management and an MA in Tourism Destination Management at the University.Read More
Jacques Cresser-Brown studied a BA in Culinary Arts Management from 2009-2013.Read More
Former UCB student Tom Price, who was made head chef of a Wiltshire hotel and restaurant just three-and-a-half months after finishing his course.Read More
UCB graduate, Bake-off: The Professionals finalist and pastry extraordinaire Bharat Chandegra has, together with pastry chef Darryl Collins, helped to launch Tuk Cakes.Read More
A University College Birmingham graduate has returned to Summer Row fifty years on to reveal how his studies helped set him on the way to a remarkable global hospitality career.Read More