The Corona crisis is a challenge for our students too. Some of them are in need right now, as they can count neither on support from parents, nor on existing assistance from the national or regional government. We ask for your help - if your personal situation allows it.
Due to the current situation the Alumni Office is only available via e-mail.
The Göttingen Alumni Network connects more than 30,000 former students and graduates with Göttingen University and its current work, teaching and research. Whether you are looking to keep in touch with old friends and class mates from your time in Göttingen or want to share your ideas, experience and expertise - your contribution makes this network a thriving and lively community. There are ample opportunities for you to network with fellow professionals and likeminded people at Alumni events in Göttingen and in cities across Germany, Asia and the USA. You can also connect online via the Alumni Portal and several social networks.
Alumni Göttingen e. V. - Membership Benefits
The Alumni Göttingen Network membership is free of charge. In addition, you can become a member of the Göttingen Alumni Association (Alumni Göttingen e. V.) and join the 5000+ Alumni who are already members. The Göttingen alumni Association is a non-profit organisation. Membership enables you to get involved and actively shape your Alumni Association. It also offers you a variety of extra benefits.
Find out more about the Alumni Göttingen e. V. membership here
10 Questions: 100 Alumni
Did you know that Rita Süßmuth, Gerhard Schröder and Peter Klöppel studied at Georg-August-University? They are all part of a long list of well-known people, who spent a formative time of their life in Göttingen. In cooperation with the local newspaper “Göttinger Tageblatt“, we asked the popular people about their studies in Göttingen. Find out more...
Durch die Corona-Krise fehlen Erntehelfer in der deutschen Landwirtschaft, die normalerweise bei der Vorbereitung, Einbringung und Verarbeitung der Ernte auf den Feldern gebraucht werden. Mit dem Hilfsportal Erntehelfer-Gesucht.de wollen zwei Alumni helfen.
Steigerung der Lebensqualität im ländlichen Raum durch Digitalisierung ist in der aktuellen Situation relevanter denn je. Dr. Carola Croll, Alumna der Philosophischen und der Sozialwissenschaftlichen Fakultät betreut das Teilprojekt „bremke.digital“.
What is it like to be a doctor in the current situation in Germany? How is the atmosphere in a hospital? Dr. med. Anika Badtke, Alumna of the Faculty of Medicine, gives us an insight into her very personal experience and work in a hospital in Göttingen.
April 1st is the birthday of a famous Göttingen Alumnus: 205 years ago Otto von Bismarck was born. He is still known today as the first Chancellor of the German Empire. But did you know that he experienced wild student days in Göttingen?