About

The Queen’s University Association, London is a great way to keep in touch and socialise with other graduates in the South East.

Over the past 80 years the association has offered a range of social events which encourage networking and promote links with Queen’s. With over 300 members, from recent graduates to those who have been settled in England for many years, our programme of activities are lively and often oversubscribed. From the annual dinner in late autumn, to wine tasting, quiz nights, golf tournaments and the President’s reception in June, the Association brings people together and our varied activities are always great fun!

The Association aims to promote social, cultural and educational events where Queen’s graduates can develop new networks and strengthen friendships.

Our connections with the Development & Alumni Relations Office in Belfast allow us to contribute to the current thinking in the University, and the Vice Chancellor of the University attends our annual dinner to tell us, first hand, about the latest developments.

We maintain formal links with the University and its graduates’ associations as well as informal contacts with the London branches of other Irish Universities.

The Lanyon Building
The Lanyon Building
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