Alumni of University College London (UCL) is an active University Alumni group which started 20 years ago to enable alumni and current students in France to meet and share ideas and interests. There are nearly 2,000 UCL Alumni in the Paris region.
We organise a successful "Bon Voyage" event at the British Council each September. There are monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month.
Alumni keep in regular contact through the UCL France Facebook.
Contact: Leonor White, email@example.com
Facebook: UCL Alumni France
The Association A.U.E.F. is open to graduates, former students, students, staff and friends of the University of Edinburgh. We organise social and cultural meetings and an annual golf day. We are in contact with the alumni of other universities who organise various networking and cultural events together. For information concerning our activities please contact Pamela Lintingre.
AUEF, 18 rue Dussoubs, 75002 Paris
President - Pamela Lintingre
06 89 94 88 97
The Cambridge Society of Paris provides a Cambridge meeting point, liaison with Paris institutions, and representation of the University in Paris. Membership through personal introduction, our College Representatives and website. Events include lecture series (Cambridge Cutting Edge Lectures and Glory Days of Paris), debates, the Embassy Garden Party, dinners with eminent speakers, sporting and social events. Current membership nearing 300. All alumni of Cambridge welcome to join.
President: Terry Quinn
Hon. Secretary: Tony Banton
OUSP organises events for Oxford alumni, students and guests, ranging from breakfast and evening talks and dinners with distinguished speakers to convivial pub evenings and wine and cheese parties and a variety of other events.
Events with the Cambridge Society include a viewing of the Boat Race, monthly drinks, some sports matches and an annual theatre performance in the Shakespeare Garden. A Garden Party at the British Embassy and Carol Singing at the Travellers are annual highlights.
Our website provides membership information and details of events.
Oxford University Alumni South West France welcomes all Oxford alumni living in an area ranging from the Hérault to the Gironde, and from the Dordogne to the Pyrenees, whether they be permanent or temporary residents. Visits to the many places of interest, often accompanied by wine-tastings, and lunches with or without speakers, are organized throughout the year. We also circulate information received from members about activities in which they are involved, such as concerts, music festivals, theatrical productions, as well as some BCC events.