Your association with SAS does not end on your graduation day: it continues for the rest of your life, no matter what post-degree path you pursue. We’re here to help you build your professional network and stay current with SAS news and events. We encourage you to keep in touch and join our online community by following our blog and connecting with us on social media.

Graduate Outcomes Survey

15 months after you finish your studies, you will be asked to complete the Graduate Outcomes survey.

About the survey


Graduates of SAS are also alumni of the University of London and are entitled to a wide range of benefits and services: including alumni membership of Senate House Library. Alumni membership of Senate House Library is free for SAS graduates for the first year after completion of your course. You can find out more about these benefits on the University of London Alumni and Friends page.

SAS alumni are also able to benefit from support and guidance from the SAS Careers Consultant for two years after they graduate. They can access:

  • One-to-one 20 minute careers advice appointments, best suited to brief guidance regarding career direction, job hunting, CV and application advice.

       To book an appointment, please contact

  • One hour in-depth practice interviews with the Careers Consultant, where they will help you improve your interview technique and give feedback.  You will need to complete a form detailing the jobs you are applying for, supply a copy of the application form or CV that you have submitted, as well as a copy of the job advert or description.

       To book a practice interview, please email

Keep in touch

Stay up-to-date with news, events and opportunities from the University of London and SAS by signing up to receive our alumni newsletters and invitations. Update your details to stay in touch.

Graduate Outcomes Survey

Fifteen months after you finish your studies, you will be asked to complete the Graduate Outcomes survey – a new national survey run by HESA which captures information about the perspectives and activities of our graduates.


Get involved

We encourage you to take an active role in shaping the SAS and University of London alumni communities. There are a number of ways you can help, such as mentoring a student or recent graduate, acting as an ambassador for the University of London, or helping start or manage an alumni group in your area.

If you would like to find out more about how to get involved, please email the University of London Development Office at

SAS Events

Join our mailing list to receive the School's weekly events e-newsletter, detailing our extensive programme of workshops, lectures and conferences. To sign up, please email

SAS News

For all the latest news from the School of Advanced Study and its Institutes.

Talking Humanities 

Our flagship blog explores ground-breaking humanities research taking place across the UK.

SAS on Facebook

Visit SAS on Facebook to stay connected with other graduates and staff as well as current and future students of the School.

SAS on Twitter

Follow us on Twitter for the latest SAS news and topical links.

SAS on LinkedIn

Build your professional network by connecting with SAS staff and alumni on LinkedIn.

University of London on LinkedIn

Tap into our unique network of University of London alumni, students, and friends from around the world.

SAS graduation videos and images

Nomination of honorary degrees