HDR UK students and interns would like their own alumni network which would let them build their contacts and offer other opportunities.
Research carried out among people who had been part of the MSc, PhD, Fellowship and Black Internships programmes showed that more than 90% of respondents would like an alumni network.
Many hoped a network would connect them with other students, give access to events, allow participation in online discussions and much more.
The survey also showed that students overwhelmingly felt that HDR UK had been supportive throughout their programme and that they would recommend it to others.
You can download the full survey here.
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