Interest groups

There are a number of alumni networks based on a particular interest or hobby from their University days.

Oxford Business Alumni

Oxford Business Alumni (OBA) is the alumni network of the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School. Membership of the OBA is made up of alumni from Saïd Business School courses and University alumni who are interested/work in business. Find out more.

Oxford University Alumni Bridge Association

The Alumni Bridge Association has been in existence for a number of years for all Oxonians with an interest in the game. The group took root early in 1997, leading to an annual September weekend congress at Wadham College and the introduction of team matches during the year.

Oxford Education Society

The Oxford Education Society is the alumni network of the University of Oxford's Department of Education. Membership is open to alumni of the Department but also to Oxford alumni who are (or have been) directly involved in Education in a professional capacity. Find out more.

Oxford Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Alumni Network

A new network for Oxonians with an interest in healthcare and pharmaceuticals has been proposed by one of our alumni. This network would be open to all alumni with an interest in healthcare, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology, medical devices, healthcare provision, healthcare management, health economics, NHS, health insurance, medical professionals (e.g. doctors), scientists, etc .


If you were an avid sportsperson at University, from keen amateur to Blue, if you want to stay involved with your old club, why not see if they've got an alumni association?

Anthropology and Museum Ethnography Alumni Society

The Anthropology and Museum Enthnography Alumni Society is a new group for Oxonians who share an interest in the anthropological gaze and anthropological ideas.

Oxbridge Muslim Association (OMA)

Oxbridge Muslim Alumni is the alumni association whose main purpose is to help build and maintain links amongst the diverse community of Oxbridge Muslims.  Anyone who has studied, taught or been on the staff of Oxford or Cambridge is welcome to join OMA.  OMA seeks to serve anyone who as served at the two universities, that considers themselves Muslim irrespective of their race, colour or gender.  The OMA organises an annual dinner for members in Oxford, Cambridge or London and is heavily engaged in access initiatives, to encourage secondary school students across the country to consider an Oxbridge education. The Society was founded in 2004 and currently has approximately 500 members.