By becoming an active member of your alumni community, you can continue to develop yourself and your career prospects. There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Business School.

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Yi Hyun Choi (MA Corporate Communications and Public Relations, 2012) has been recognised for his exceptional contribution to creating positive social change and improving the lives of others

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As a graduate of Leeds University Business School you become a lifelong member of our global community of over 35,000 alumni in more than 145 countries. Membership is free and automatic after graduation. 
You will join our forward-thinking network of both experienced professionals and recent graduates.  As one of the most highly regarded business schools in Europe, we want you to continue to feel proud of your School and your achievements. However short your time here may have been, you’ll always belong. We will keep you updated with the latest thinking, professional development advice, School news and event invitations. So, by becoming an active member of your alumni community, you can continue to develop yourself and your career prospects long after you graduate.  

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There are lots of opportunities to get involved with the Business School after you graduate and we would love to welcome you back to campus. Find out how you can volunteer your time at the Business School

In this video, alumna and entrepreneur Natasha Babar-Evans, talks about her own career journey - and about the support she gives as a volunteer at the University of Leeds.

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