Common Purpose UK has an alumni network of over 30000 - from students to c-suite executives.
“Common Purpose makes it easy to keep in contact with the other participants on my course as well as other Common Purpose alumni. I now have a wide range of contacts at my disposal, spanning various sectors. I find it hard to think of any faster way to make so many leadership connections.”
Attend connect events
As a Common Purpose UK alumnus you can benefit from, not only to access to leaders from across the UK but also globally to graduates from our global programmes. Common Purpose alumni get the chance to meet up at various alumni events which are run throughout the year across the UK.
Join our Massive Online Innovation Community
Alumni are also invited to join our Massive Online Innovation Community (MOIC) where they get a chance to extend their Common Purpose experience and continue to build skills, ideas and relationships outside of their programmes.
Contribute to a programme
Alumni are also able to contribute to a programme as a speaker, panel member or visit host. If you would like more information about contributing please contact your local Common Purpose office.
“Fascinating insight from a high profile leader - thought provoking.”
Alumni are invited to attend at least one annual alumni event. These events are a chance to catch up with fellow graduates and improve your networks. Each event is centred on a relevant theme and attendees get the chance to hear from external contributors and discuss the theme in more detail with other graduates.
For more information on events coming up in your area contact your local Common Purpose office.
Some examples of themes from events over the last year include:
Some alumni comments from some recent alumni events:
"Topical and great speaker. Good to hear the challenges for all. Learnt so much. Glad to know that there are passionate people in the world.” Jim Yip, Consultant, Ranmore Associates
“Really interesting to hear from Bishop Libby about her role and think about how different it is to high pressure leadership roles.” Louise Marix Evans, Director, Quantum Strategy and Technology Ltd