Get Connected: London

Join us to network and socialise with other Bath grads living and working in the capital.

  • 8 May 2019, 6.30pm to 8 May 2019, 8.30pm BST (GMT +01:00)
  • The Vintry, London,
  • Price: £5.00 (GBP)
An Alumni Volunteer and guest network
Networking at Get Connected

Just moved to London? Looking for a career change? Want to reminisce about your time at Bath? There are over 12,000 alumni living and working in the capital, so why not join us to meet some of them and make valuable connections!

Get Connected is here to help Bath graduates to maximise their opportunities in a crowded job market. On the night you'll be able to sign-up for 1-2-1 appointments with our expert Alumni Volunteers, who will be ready to answer your questions on a variety of topics. Download a copy of our full volunteer profiles.

Tickets cost £5 and include a drink on us. Register using the link above.

Here are just a few of the topics that our alumni volunteers are happy to advise you on...

Dominik Adamus (MBA Full Time 2011)
Commercial Director, Transmission Investment Services Limited
- How to present your CV effectively and interview well
- How to structure your professional targets and align them with your personal targets
- How gaining an MBA can enhance your career prospects

Paula Alves (BSc International Management & Modern Languages, French 1996) Global Head of Credit and Rates eCommerce and Global Market Access, Société Générale
- Fixed Income e-Commerce and electronic execution in the Investment Banking industry
- Business application of data

Bianca Bridges (BSc Business Administration, 2016)
Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Breakfast London
- What it's like to be an entrepreneur
- The truth about content creation, influencer marketing and branding

Marco Ferri (MEng Civil/Structural Engineering 2013)
Construction Consultant (Store Construction), Lidl UK
- Project management and the value of project management qualifications
- Working and living abroad

Paul Goodstadt (BSc Economics 2014)
Manager, Finalta
- How to progress up the career ladder within an organisation
- What it is like to be ‘out’ as someone from the LGBT community in the workplace
- How to develop quickly in a graduate job

Samuel Holmes (BSc Business Administration 2010)
Strategy Senior Manager, Accenture
- How to network effectively
- How to balance work pressures with your personal life
- How to have fun in your job

Bronagh Ward (BSc International Management & Modern Languages, Spanish 2016)
Senior Advisor, KKS Advisors
- How to gain your colleagues’ trust
- What it's like to work in the consultancy industry
- How to tailor your work to different audiences / stakeholders

Who should attend

Alumni and students

Booking details

Register for this event


The Vintry Abchurch Yard London EC4N 5AX


If you have any questions, please contact us.