Engineering Science Alumni
Oxford Engineering Alumni (OEA)
Oxford Engineering Alumni (OEA) is a group formed of past members of the Department of Engineering Science and includes former students, researchers and academic staff.
The group was formed from the Society of Oxford Engineers (SOUE), which is believed to be the first subject-specific alumni association at Oxford. Learn more about the history of the SOUE. Today, the group exists to give Engineering alumni the platform to stay connected with each other and the department.
As a member of the Oxford Engineering Alumni group, you are invited to various departmental events throughout the year, including the prestigious department’s flagship lecture series, the Lubbock Lecture. You are also invited to the exclusive Jenkin Lecture, a private event for alumni members only. The Jenkin Lecture was set up by the SOUE to allow alumni to reconnect with the department and now takes place annually at the Oxford Meeting Minds Alumni Weekend. To make sure you receive all the latest event information, update your contact information here or get in touch with our alumni office.
Like many Oxford Engineering Alumni, you may wish to keep in touch with your fellow alumni, keep up to date with Oxford’s current Engineering activities, and maybe contribute to them yourself. If so, there is plenty to get involved in and we would love to hear from you! There are many ways open to you...