From your fellow students through to our wider business networks, you will gain access to a community of like-minded individuals around the world.
You will make some amazing, often lifelong, connections while studying at Saïd Business School.
The Oxford Business Alumni Network
Your relationship with Saïd Business School goes beyond your time in Oxford.
All degree and diploma alumni, and qualifying Executive Education participants*, are invited to join The Oxford Business Alumni (OBA) Network, which has over 19,300 members in more than 145 countries.
As a member, you will benefit from:
- invitations to academic, networking and social events
- opportunities to join alumni-led chapters across the world
- membership of our online alumni networking communities
- access to lifelong learning resources
- professional development
Once you have completed your studies, you also become an alumnus of the wider University of Oxford, connecting you with more than 300,000 alumni across the globe.
For more information contact the Alumni Relations Team.
*Participants must have studied on campus in Oxford for four or more consecutive days.
Support for professional development
If you have completed a degree programme at Saïd Business School, you can access professional development advice from our Careers team, including:
- CV guidance and review
- personalised career advice
- resources for self-assessment, interview preparation and research
- subscriptions and offers for career-related publications and resources
- support for alumni to recruit Saïd Business School talent
Our online job search facility, Careers@Saïd, also typically displays around 200 senior-level international positions at any one time.
For more information contact Susanna Hofmann.
Further learning opportunities
As an alumnus, you can also enjoy exclusive discounts on some Executive Education programmes.
For more information contact Caroline Williams.
Giving your time and support
As an alumnus, you will appreciate the advantages of an education at Saïd Business School.
There are lots of ways you can help the next generation of students at the School. You can 'give back' by becoming a donor, a fundraising champion or by assisting with student recruitment and offering careers support.