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Alumni groups

Here at Reading we have an international network of alumni - and our many groups and societies reflect that. From The Friends, to Hall groups and from UK groups to those based overseas in many countries. 

Sports clubs

Join a club! The university has a choice from over 50 sports clubs for students and alumni to enjoy.  These include:

Cricket:

Try the University of Reading staff and alumni cricket club: http://www.ruascc.reading.ac.uk/

Rowing:

The Ortner Club is exclusively for all of Reading's Alumni Rowers: http://www.ortnerbc.com/

For details on other student and alumni sports clubs, please contact:
Daisy Clarke on 0118 378 4150 or daisy.clarke@reading.ac.uk. 

Reading Real Estate Foundation - RREF

RREF supports real estate and planning education at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, and runs an alumni association for all Reading Real Estate and Planning (previously Land Management) graduates.  For more details about RREF, please visit the RREF website.

Henley Business School

The Henley Business School alumni family includes all the alumni of the former Henley Management College and all Henley Business School graduates since 1 August 2008. University of Reading alumni who hold degrees in business, economics and related subjects from the former department of Management are also members. For more details about the Henley Business School alumni community, please visit the Henley Business School website.

The International Captial Market Association (ICMA) Centre

The ICMA Centre manages a very successful alumni community around the world. To date, over 2500 students have graduated from our MSc and BSc programmes and are now pursuing successful careers with leading financial centres worldwide. For more information, please visit the ICMA website

The Friends

The Friends is a Membership organisation which supports the University. Some alumni, and those without an alumni link (for example, those living in the local area), are welcome to join The Friends of the University, a long-standing association which funds projects to benefit the University.
For further details of The Friends, including all the projects supported since 1927 (some with photographs) and their current programme of activities, visit the Friends website.

 

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