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IDS's 3,000+ alumni can be found in over 120 countries of the World- the majority working as development professionals. The IDS alumni network offers the unique opportunity to build professional connections and tap into a vast repository of accumulated experience and knowledge; as well as sharing memories and enjoying some social interactions! IDS Alumni Ambassadors are the first point of contact in their country of residence for students (current and prospective), IDS alumni and IDS staff. The main role of the Alumni Ambassadors is to support the IDS Alumni Office in facilitating an engaged community of alumni. IDS Alumni Ambassadors and other alumni volunteers can also apply to the IDS Alumni Fund for support in their activities.
The IDS Alumni Office shares details of all those alumni who are in the same place as them on a regular basis - to make sure you are included in this list please update your communication preferences.
Use the this map to view and contact IDS Alumni Ambassadors around the world or see below for the full list.
(Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, & Albania)
Emma Quaedvlieg (MADev11) based in City of Šabac, Serbia. email@example.com or connect/send a message
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Bogota, Juan Orjuela (MADev04) J.Orjuela@alumni.ids.ac.uk
If you would like to volunteer to represent IDS as an IDS Alumni Ambassador, please complete this short form to register your interest and we will give you more information. If a place has a * next to it this simply indicates that it is one of the places with the most IDS alumni in.
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