Welcome home to Lingaya's University

For most of us, the years that we spent studying at Lingaya's University are among the happiest times of our lives. New friendships that stand the test of time, life changing experiences, lectures, tutorials, halls of residence, shared flats, nights on the town or in the unions and exams! Graduation is a particularly special occasion, as it is the goal every student works towards, however it is not the end of the University experience.

We want to hear your success stories and are here to help you keep in touch with fellow alumni and to keep you informed about what's happening here at the University.

Our Commitment

We aim to keep in regular contact with all of our alumni and friends through a dedicated programme of reunions, events, publications and correspondence, meetings and online networking sites. We want to know what you and doing and hear your thoughts. Your opinion is important.

What's in it for you?

As an alumnus/a you are part of an elite global community of successful individuals. Your Lingaya's degree can open doors and help you to progress in your career. We can help you to maintain the close friendships that you made while at University as well as forge new relationships.

What can you do to help the University?

In these challenging economic times the support of alumni like you will be vital. Whether as an ambassador, volunteer or donor, you can play an important role in helping the University to achieve its potential and helping the students of tomorrow to reach their goals.

Our Alumni

The University is proud of its alumni and these pages aim to recognise some of the achievements they have made since studying at Lingaya's.

Don't forget to update your details and let us know where your degree has taken you. We are always interested

Life After Lingaya's

Countless alumni of Lingaya's University have gone on to achieve great success in a wide variety of area.

Click the links below to view lists of our notable graduates by their field of expertise.

Reconnect

We can help you to reconnect and keep in touch with your former classmates and other graduates. Use these pages to find out more.


Reunions are a fantastic way to reconnect with friends and peers, so why not make this the year you rekindle old friendships. Check below to see if your classmates are holding a reunion soon.

Can't find your class? Why not organise your own reunion?

It's easier than you might think to organise a reunion and our Alumni Office can provide you with all the support you need.

Our planning guide and contact details are listed below, so have a read and join in the fun.

Things to do:

  • Step by step: planning your reunion
  • Research your class/subject
  • Reunion giving
  • Contact us
  • Looking for Departmental, Club & Society reunions?

    Update your details with the University

    To help us keep you informed about all the latest news from the University, make sure we have up-to-date contact information for you. Whether you prefer to hear from Lingaya's by post or by email, there are a number of ways you can let us know where you are.

    Lingaya's World

    By logging in to Lingaya's World, you can view and update the information we hold on you You'll also be able to view contact information for our Alumni Associations in your area.

    Complete the Questionnaire

    You can also keep us up to date, and let us know more about your interests, by completing our online questionnaire. Complete the alumni questionnaire.

    Email and Post

    If you'd prefer, you can simply email your new details to Lingaya's University making sure to include your full name and your degree details. You can also contact us the address below.


    Lost contact with your former classmates? Here's how to get back in touch.

    Logon to Lingaya's World, our online community, and see if they have registered as a user. If they have their details may be available for you to contact them immediately.

    If they have not registered, or have registered but not made their contact details available don't worry. Simply contact the Alumni Office with as many details as you can of the friends you are trying to contact. It's helpful for us to have a note of their full name (including their name as a student, if they have married), year of graduation, subject, last known address.

    We can't pass on their details to you but, if we do have a current address, we will happily contact them to let them know that you are looking for them.

    Alternatively, why not consider organising a reunion?