University of Birmingham Alumni Email

By | 19th April 2017

University of Birmingham Alumni Email

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If you’re a graduate who completed from 2011 onwards, you can continue to access your university email account here. If you have any issues with logging on to your account, please contact the University’s IT Help Desk on +44 (0)121 331 6543.

For any other queries please contact Microsoft directly. Unfortunately we cannot offer University email accounts to alumni who completed prior to 2011.

For any other enquiries:

Birmingham City University Alumni Association
University House
15 Bartholomew Row
Birmingham
B5 5JU

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 331 5506
Email: alumni@bcu.ac.uk

 

Alumni publications

BeConnected – alumni email newsletter

Did you know that we have a regular email newsletter? Our email newsletter comes out six times a year and provides you with the most up-to-date news from the University including information on forthcoming reunions and events.

Occasionally we also send out special announcements about the University that you don’t want to miss.

Register here to receive our newsletter

Existing member? Update your details to ensure you are on the email newsletter mailing list and receive special announcements.

Aspire Alumni Association Magazine

Autumn 2016

  • WELCOMING OUR NEW CHANCELLOR
    Sir Lenny Henry on his new role
  • BLOOD ON THE RINK
    Expert Victoria Silverwood tackles violence in ice hockey
  • BREXIT
    The impact on higher education and the city of Birmingham

Spring 2016

  • FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD
    Exploring Birmingham’s dining revolution
  • WHEN DISASTER STRIKES
    The graduate helping to rebuild communities
  • CHOICE WORDS
    How language can clinch a sale

Autumn 2015

  • FASHIONING THE FUTURE
    The fashion graduates shaping trends around the world
  • KEEPING AHEAD OF THE GAME
    Beyond the pitch – we meet alumni winning in the business of sport
  • SONS OF THE CITY
    Enterprising graduate puts Birmingham’s stars in the picture

Spring 2015

  • REINVENTING THE CITY
    The graduate at the helm of Birmingham’s transformation
  • RADICAL THINKING
    Expert Imran Awan tackles radicalisation and extremism
  • JEWEL IN THE CROWN
    125 years of the School of Jewellery