Find your friends

The alumni office can help you to trace a long lost friend, or just make contact with someone whose address you have lost.

Complete the following form with as many details as you can and, if we hold contact details for the person, we will let them know that you would like to get in touch.

Due to the Data Protection Act 1998 we are unable to pass contact details to a third party. The Alumni Office holds records from 1973 onwards, if you are attempting to contact a friend who studied here prior to this we regret to say that we will be unable to assist you.

Find a friend today

This service is for use by UWE alumni only.

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Data Protection Statement

The personal information collected on this form will be processed by the University in accordance with the terms and conditions of the 1998 Data Protection Act.

We will treat your data confidentially and with respect, hold it securely on the University's alumni database and not make it available to any third party (other than those acting as agents for the University) unless permitted or required to do so by law. The requested information will be used to inform you about alumni activities, programmes involving academic and administrative departments, fundraising programmes, and for the promotion of benefits and services. These may include an element of direct marketing. The data will be kept until it is no longer needed and will then be confidentially destroyed. The University Data Controller is William Marshall, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Finance & Commercial Developments.

If you do not wish your information to be used in this way, please let us know. Please note that provision of your e-mail address acts as a positive indication that you are happy to receive e-mail communication from us.

By submitting this form you are agreeing to the University processing your personal data as described above.

Page last updated 14 February 2013

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