How can we inspire even more alumni? What are the strengths and weaknesses of Alumni Göttingen? With our survey in August 2020 we asked for the opinion of our alumni in order to have as many as possible with us and to develop our future plans together.
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...
One hour, one topic and an alumna or alumnus of the University: Join the Alumni Göttingen Online talks, learn new things and start a conversation. This series is your chance to exchange ideas and network with alumni worldwide.
News from your University and university city. Learn more about the developments in your alma mater, about new research, the University, news from Göttingen and other Alumni.
We have a garden! Thanks to the generosity of a friend of the Alumni Association, Alumni Göttingen started its own garden project with the three project partners SIA Alumni Network, Foyer International and Stiftung WissenWecken. The allotment garden by the Kiessee is enlivened with agricultural and social activities.
How does online teaching changes the interaction between students and professors? What are the challenges for both sides and positive byeffects? Sebastian Sunday Grève did his BA in German and Philosophy at the University of Göttingen, now he is himself Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Peking University.