University of Bolton Alumni

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University of Bolton Alumni

The University of Bolton Alumni Association forms part of the Directorate of Institutional Advancement.

The Bolton Alumni Association is a great way of remaining involved with the University and ensuring a continued great relationship with the University.

The Alumni Association continue the relationship built from the student’s time with the University of Bolton by sharing news and ideas and working hard to stay in touch.

The following is a summary of the services currently available to you as a member of our Alumni Association:-

  • Alumni Taught Masters Scholarship 2017
  • Graduate Careers
  • Octagon Theatre Discount (UK only)
  • Sports and Recreation (UK only)
  • Lost Certificates
  • Stay Connected
  • Library for Life (UK only)
  • Merchandise Store
  • News and Events
  • Alumni Profiles

How to join the Bolton Alumni Association

Former graduates are not automatically registered for the Alumni Association, but registration is quick and simple. Please click here to register if you are a graduate of the University of Bolton. Bolton Institute and Technical College graduates are also invited to register with the University of Bolton Alumni Association.

Inspirational Alumni

KellyStonesKelly Stones – Nursery Manager

I have been able to pursue a career in education, specialising in Early Years, by merging all my qualifications, knowledge and skills together! I really am living the dream!

I had been able to travel the world with my children, enjoy different cultures and environments and gain experience of international schools. My journey started with teaching in the Middle East from 2011-2015 and now I am thriving in my current post in South East



Mike-ScottMichael Scott – Design Manager

‘I am currently a design manager for national tech company, heading up the design team with a focus on user experience design and conversion optimisation.’




Tara McCully – Becoming an engineer: Tara shares her “I made that” moment

Tara is a 23-year-old graduate civil engineer, working on the exciting new Morpeth Northern Bypass site with Carillion Plc, worth £30m! She loves what she does, and shares her journey from A-levels to an engineering career in.



Rachael O’Toole – Head Soft Tissue Therapist at Warrington Wolves

‘Having recently graduated with a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation, I would unreservedly recommend the University and its courses. The degree programmes in the Sports Science department offer exceptional opportunities to students, as well as training and learning in first-class facilities.’