Graduates of the IE Brown Executive MBA program are alumni of both IE Business School and Brown University. The program facilitates continuous interaction and posts invitations for on-going involvement with faculty, peers, and new student cohorts. In addition, program alumni enjoy access to alumni events and networking, as sponsored by each institution worldwide.
IE Brown Executive MBA students benefit from a range of careers services. IE Business School’s Career Management Centers (CMC) provides tailored support, advice and coaching to help develop executive career plans and a deeper understanding of career paths, target industries, and geographic options.
The CMC also offers extensive job search capability and online careers tools, which include an interactive web page and virtual library, providing access to a large number of online resources (career management books, self-assessment tools, databases of companies, employment search guides, online media, and useful links). All graduates of the program have life-long access to these tools.
The School of Professional Studies and the University as a whole are committed to cultivating a lifelong relationship with alumni to support your social and professional interests. As a graduate of Brown University’s Executive Master’s programs, you join a dynamic global network of Brown alumni.
Below you will find links to valuable benefits, services, and opportunities to ensure your connections to the School, the University and to fellow alumni continue long into the future.
Please contact us with any questions, comments or general feedback via email at ExecutiveAlumni@brown.edu.
The Brown Alumni Directory is an online searchable database of alumni. In addition to using this powerful database to identify alumni contacts, it is important to update your profile so the University and fellow alumni can stay connected with you.
Need Help? Email the Alumni Help Desk with any questions. Please include your full name, class year, and name while at Brown (if it has changed) along with your question.
The Alumni Events Calendar includes alumni events that are happening throughout the world and are a great way to stay in touch with Brown and make new connections with fellow alumni.
BrownConnect, an initiative launched by President Paxson, is an online tool that connects students with alumni. Students can reach out to alumni learn more about career options (networking and internships). Alumni are encouraged to list internship opportunities on the site as well.
Brown Clubs are volunteer alumni communities around the world. Currently, more than 100 clubs offer programming and engagement opportunities to keep you connected to Brown and to fellow alumni.
Please note, Brown alumni are eligible to join the Cornell Club in New York which has reciprocity with a number of clubs around the world.
Commencement and Reunion activities are a blended tradition at Brown, held each year over Memorial Day Weekend in late May. The School of Professional Studies graduates, alumni, faculty, administrators, family and friends join together with the entire Brown community for a weekend steeped in tradition, pageantry and celebration.
SPS’s 2017 weekend schedule.
Promote your ongoing career achievements and industry insights through our website and social media channels. Peruse our programs In the News sections to read about your colleagues career successes and industry opinions. Contact Jo Lee, Director of Content Strategy.
Download the free mobile app that includes Brown alumni, events, and news. Search for Brown Alumni Connect in the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android).
Alumni receive lifelong “@alumni.brown.edu” email addresses through Gmail. Additionally, alumni accounts will continue to include Google calendar, contacts, documents and sites. This transition takes place shortly after graduation and graduates are alerted to the transition via email.
Alumni have access to Rosetta Stone language courses free of charge.
The Brown Alumni College Advising Program (ACAP) is a free, independent college advising service for the children of Brown alumni. To learn more about this service, please visit the ACAP website.
The School of Professional Studies develops hundreds of learning experiences for the pre-college population, including campus based programs, off-site experiences and online courses. If you are interested in learning more about these experiences for your child(ren), please review the options on the website or contact the office with any questions.
The Maddock Alumni Center located at 38 Brown Street is your lifelong home at Brown in the heart of College Hill. To learn more about this beautifully restored historic building, please visit the Alumni Center website.
Alumni are offered special membership rates at the Brown Athletic Facilities. To learn more about these rates and for a membership application, please visit the Athletics Membership page.
Located in the heart of College Hill, the Brown Bookstore is your resource for books about Brown, a robust span of publications and Brown branded materials, many of which are available via their online store.
All current students who paid the contribution to the IE Foundation are automatically registered in the Alumni Association as members for two years after graduation. For further information on the benefits offered to you, such as exclusive online courses, discounted coaching processes, deals with companies, library access, printing rights, access to IE buildings, or booking workrooms, among others, visit http://www.ie.edu/alumni/alumni-association/benefits
All these services are available at www.ie.edu/alumni
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LinkedIn: Be part of “IE Alumni – Official group” and of your regional Alumni Club. There’s a list of clubs here.