We continue to provide opportunities for alumni to connect and network during this time. Below you’ll find answers to some of the most common questions relating to the School’s response to the pandemic.
Alumni can connect and network through various online opportunities. Our alumni platform Plexus offers a great way to connect with alumni virtually and stay in touch with Imperial College London and the Business School. Live Q&A sessions with alumni are also hosted there.
While our in-person events have been postponed for the foreseeable future, we are developing opportunities to engage online such as professional development webinars. Please check our website for updates.
Imperial College Business School alumni continue to have access to Careers’ support. Alumni can request a 1-2-1 appointment with a careers consultant to discuss their career planning and next steps, or to benefit from a mock interview. Alumni can also register to receive our fortnightly alumni Careers bulletin, which includes information about job opportunities that may be of interest.
Support the Imperial COVID-19 Response Fund
Imperial researchers are moving quickly to respond to the crisis, channelling their expertise to develop new vaccines and therapies, improve diagnostic tests, and strengthen epidemiology. You can support them today.
Volunteer to support our students
Our students are facing uncertain times ahead and your advice is needed more than ever. Your guidance can make a difference. Can you spare 15 minutes for a phone conversation, or can you reply via email to answer any industry or company-specific questions from students? Or might you be willing to sit on a virtual alumni panel for students? If you want to support our students please get in touch or visit this webpage for more information.
Hire our students and alumni
If you are recruiting, then please consider hiring from our student or alumni pool. You can advertise jobs to students through our online portal, Jobs Board. And jobs for alumni can be posted on our online alumni portal, Plexus.
This is a great opportunity to support our students as they enter the job market in such uncertain times, and your business will be gaining high-calibre talent.
How I can share my experiences?
We know the alumni community has a wealth of knowledge and experience, so why not share it with the wider Imperial community? How has the current situation affected your industry? What positive changes do you think will come out of this? What is your advice on job hunting in a difficult climate? Think you have some useful insights to share, then why not write a blog post for us and share your advice?
Please share your story about how you are making a difference in your community during the pandemic. We would love to share your stories with the Imperial community.
How can I thank #OurImperial community during the pandemic?
Who would you like to thank during this difficult time? Does someone stand out from the Imperial community for making a real difference? Tell us about someone who has helped you or others and we’ll share your stories about the #OurImperial community.
How can I stay connected and network with other alumni?
You can connect with our Imperial alumni network via our online alumni portal, Plexus. This platform is a great way to network with alumni across the globe and share your news, stories and advice.
You can also connect via our social media channels:
These platforms are also a good way to stay up to date on the latest news from the School and College. You can follow all the latest news, as well as sharing your own updates, using #ImperialMeansBusiness.
Where can I find the latest updates and guidance from Imperial on COVID-19?
You can read the latest research and insights from our academics on the impact on business on IB Knowledge.
You can read the latest news, advice and guidelines on the College's website, including what our researchers are doing to tackle COVID-19 and how our staff and students are responding.
What should I do if I've been on campus and have coronavirus symptoms or have tested positive?
Anyone who has been or is due to be on campus and has coronavirus symptoms or has tested positive, should contact Imperial’s COVID-19 Contact Tracing Hub as soon as possible.