There are currently more than 300,000 alumni around the world and in excess of 150 regional alumni groups in over 90 countries; so wherever you are in the world you are sure to find Oxonians near you. Some of these groups are run jointly with Cambridge alumni.
If you are new to a region, or just passing through, do contact the local group secretary to let them know! To find out more about alumni group activities, take a look at our alumni groups' blog or see our 'About alumni groups' section, which contains a number of frequently asked questions about alumni groups.
If there is not currently a group in your region and you are interested in starting one, please email the Alumni Networks team.
Asia (South and Central)
The South and Central Asia region is represented by a total of 12 alumni groups in seven countries, as well as an area contact in Kazakhstan. There are almost 2,000 alumni on the Indian subcontinent alone, over half of whom are in India.
Asia (South East)
More than 4,000 alumni reside across South East Asia, over half of whom are based in Singapore.
Our 58-strong network of alumni groups spans the continent - from Iceland in the north-west to Turkey in the south-east.
North Africa and Middle East
Some 1,000 alumni reside in the Middle East and the region boasts a network of 10 alumni groups. Additionally, alumni groups exist in Tunisia and Morocco in North Africa.
North and Central America, the Caribbean and Bermuda
There are 37 regional alumni groups in North and Central America and the Caribbean, all of whom welcome new members.
Oceania's alumni group network extends to some 11 groups - in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
South America is well served by six alumni groups across the continent, from Colombia in the north to Argentina in the south.
Sub-Saharan Africa is a region with numerous alumni spread at great distances. There are eight groups in the region.
OUS Network Student Awards
A number of regional alumni groups in the UK and overseas make awards to students from their area currently studying at Oxford.