Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Education

Alumni website

Visit Leeds Alumni Online for career support, information on study discounts and other benefits, and to continue your involvement with the University of Leeds.

If you register on the site, you will be able to look up old friends and share your news and views with our 32,000 members

School of Education Alumni

Graduates celebrate

Graduates celebrate

Graduates celebrate

We are always pleased when so many of our former students stay in touch with us after graduating. Graduates from the School of Education have gone on to a wide and diverse range of careers acreoss the world.

We build links with former students with the help of the central Alumni office so that we can keep you up to date with the latest features and benefits offered to School of Education Alumni.

Visit the Alumni website today to register your details or if you have already registered take the opportunity to log in and ensure we have your latest contact details.

Registering brings you a wide variety of benefits including:

  • Access to 130,000 Leeds alumni worldwide
  • On-line network facility to find Leeds alumni in your field of work
  • Free copy of the University alumni magazine and regular email bulletins
  • Help with reunions
  • Free lifelong leeds.ac.uk email address
  • Exclusive Leeds alumni discounts
  • Access to the forthcoming Education Alumni Forum
  • Online School of Education International Newsletter archive

As well as enjoying the benefits listed above, we hope that you will share your news and photographs with us and if you are interested in contributing your stories to the alumni newsletter or featuring your alumni profile on this page, contact our student support officer Martin Pelan.

What our Alumni do after graduation

Since completing her MA, Deema Jarrar has been promoted from an Education Officer to an Education Specialist in UNICEF Jordan and has (among other major achievements) contributed to the development of an ICT manual for high-technology multi-purpose rooms in Jordanian schools.

She is currently negotiating with the Government to implementing a project in which she and colleagues are planning to teach Syrian refugee children the Syrian curriculum using a blended learning approach thus drawing on skills that she developed through the MA ICT and Education (now MA Technology, Education and Learning).

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