Being part of our global community of alumni means you never really leave Harper Adams. In fact, whether you graduated five weeks or fifty years ago, there are plenty of ways that we can continue to help and support you.
As a Harper Adams graduate you could qualify for a 50% fee waiver when progressing on to a full-time taught postgraduate course. This scheme is designed to promote and reward academic excellence.
For more information on the fee waiver for continuing students please visit the scholarships section of the website.
Regardless of the year you graduated, the degree course you studied (excludes short courses) or your award, your alumni status entitles you to a 10% discount on further study at Harper Adams. The 10% discount (the Alumni Award) will be applied to each invoice on application. For more information, please contact the Finance Office.
As you plan your next steps and consider your career after Harper Adams, the Careers Service is here to help. It's available to both current students and graduates for up to three years after graduation, providing friendly advice and information on careers in the land-based industries. For more information, contact the Careers Service.
Take a look at our range of merchandise and wear your Harper Adams colours with pride - literally! From ties and cuff links to silk squares, we've got everything you need to look the part at your next reunion dinner or networking event. You can view our range and order online.
Our annual Harper Life magazine is sent out to Harper Adams Club members around the world. If you would like to share news for possible inclusion in a future issue of Harper Life, please fill in our Share your news form.
If you require a replacement for a lost or damaged degree certificate, or a copy of your academic transcript, please contact our Exams Office for more information. There will be a charge for this service.
To get in touch with alumni around the world and connect with friends who are a little closer to home contact the Alumni Office.
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