Nominate in the Bournemouth University Alumni Awards

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BU has a huge network of successful alumni living all over the world – and we’re asking for your help to nominate them for a 2017 Alumni Award, supported by the British Council and Education UK.


These awards are a fantastic opportunity to celebrate our alumni’s outstanding achievements.


Winners and finalists are leaders in their fields who have used their experience of studying at a UK university to make a positive contribution to their communities, professions and countries.


Alumni can nominate themselves, but if you know of a student who studied here at BU and has gone on to achieve exceptional success, you can nominate on their behalf. Please visit the Alumni Awards website to find out full details on how to enter, including the eligibility criteria.


Taking place in 14 locations, UK alumni in every continent will be celebrated at

prestigious award ceremonies in Egypt, Ghana, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey and the USA. Please note that in order to nominate, alumni must be currently residing in one of these countries. 


Key dates

  • Wednesday 7 September: applications and nominations process opens
  • Sunday 16 October: nominations close
  • Monday 31 October: applications close
  • Shortlisting takes place in November, with the finalists announced in December/January
  • Between January to March, winners will be announced at award ceremonies in participating countries. 


For full details, please head to the Alumni Awards website, and take a look at the British Council Facebook and British Council twitter as well as the Education UK Facebook and Education UK twitter accounts.


If you do choose to nominate, please email to make the team aware of your submission. 

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