Alumni from the MSc International Health Management 2009 cohort are invited to a 10 year reunion, being organised by alumni Suraj Bassi and Ayo Kazeem. This is a message from them:
“It’s amazing to think that 10 years have come and gone since we graduated from the Business School! We have all grown a little wiser surely (and grown our families along the way!) – but what else have we all been up to? We have seen some of you but not nearly enough of you as you are spread out across the world.
With the help of the Business School Alumni Relations team we are organising a reunion in London, on Saturday 29 June at 2pm, just for the MSc International Health Management Class of 2008- 2009. We hope as many of you as possible will be able to join us to catch up with some old friends and find out what mischief has been happening over those years. Families welcome.”
The event will take place at 170 Queen’s Gate on campus with drinks and snacks. Please register in advance so have an idea of numbers.
Afterwards there is the option of booking a dinner if enough people are interested.
Reaching out to more classmates
Please help us to make the evening truly special by reaching out personally to any classmates you know or are still in contact with. We have not been able to contact everyone in your cohort, as we either don’t have contact details for them, or they have requested not to receive emails from us. This is a great opportunity for them to reconnect with the School and more importantly their former classmates!
We are looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible!
Imperial Festival and Alumni Weekend
This weekend is during the Great Exhibition Road Festival and Alumni Weekend. For the first time Imperial will join forces with all the institutions on this famous road for a special event – the Great Exhibition Road Festival – a new three-day celebration of curiosity, discovery and exploration in South Kensington! There will be fun activities and events taking place across the whole weekend, a great event for all the family! The Festival itself is free but Alumni Weekend has a cost of £8.