TRIUM alumni network

By joining TRIUM you will enter a remarkable network of high-achieving global business leaders. The TRIUM Global Executive MBA alumni are among the most qualified and insightful in the international business world.

Their varied backgrounds, perspectives and areas of expertise make the relationships that form amongst TRIUM classmates one of the many powerful long-term benefits of the program. This lifelong network is one of the richest and most rewarding of any executive MBA program.

Not one, but four Alumni Networks

By becoming part of TRIUM, students and alumni not only have direct access to this distinguished community, but they also have access to the alumni communities of our partners schools: NYU Stern, LSE and HEC Paris, with access to databases, libraries, events, lectures and sports facilities in New York, London and Paris.

Through targeted alumni events and specific resources and through continued collaboration among students, alumni and faculty, the TRIUM experience continues to impact one’s professional progression long after graduation. By attending TRIUM, you join a life long network that will continue to provide influential guidance and networking opportunities, at every stage of your career.

TRIUM alumni

TRIUM offers to its alumni:

  • Module 7: annual alumni-led event bringing TRIUM alumni together over a long weekend to reconnect and enjoy discussions with faculty and guest speakers. Past destinations include: Moscow, New York and Rome.
    More about Module 7
  • Lifelong Learning: graduates can join the current class for selected courses across the globe and keep learning with fellow alumni.
  • TRIUM Network : our community’s platform enables you to connect with your peers, share news and event listings, and access exclusive content.
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  • Quarterly Newsletter: stay in touch with the latest news on key alumni topics.
1,100 alumni
90+ countries represented
New York alumni ambassador
Manish Somaiya
London alumni ambassador
Antonio Emmanouilidis
Paris alumni ambassador
Olga Jordao

NYU Stern

NYU Stern offers to its alumni:

  • Alumni Events: NYU Stern hosts a variety of thought leadership and social and networking events for Stern alumni, including regional and affinity events and lectures on campus
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  • Alumni Resources & Benefits: alumni have access to a variety of resources including career support, entrepreneurship support, lifelong learning, email for life
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  • Alumni News & Profiles: get updates on your classmates, faculty research, career resources and NYU alumni benefits and campus news.
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110,000 alumni
130 countries


The LSE offers to their alumni:

  • Your Global Network: no matter where alumni live, LSE helps them stay connected through regional alumni groups, special interest alumni groups and the LSE Alumni Association.
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  • Alumni Resources & Benefits: alumni have access to a variety of resources including the LSE Library, lifelong learning, careers services, email for life and an exclusive alumni center.
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  • Alumni Events: the LSE hosts a variety of events including its public lectures in London and regional & affinity groups events all year around.
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155,000 alumni
200 countries


HEC offers to their alumni:

  • Alumni Events: HEC promotes numerous events on campus and globally through the alumni association, affinity groups and regional groups.
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  • HEC Infinity Pass: INFINITY PASS is the new lifetime subscription to HEC Alumni. A one off payment will entitle HEC graduates to benefit from all HEC Alumni exclusive services including, an exclusive access to the alumni network, discounts on programmes and seminars, access to all HEC lounges and more.
    About the Infinity Pass
60,000 alumni
60+ countries

Ivo Knottnerus

Netherlands Class of 2012

TRIUM has given me a global network, and a point of access in many countries around the world. Not just in my own cohort, but TRIUM’s alumni are very strong in creating vertical networks, across classes. If I was in a situation where I was going to do business in Japan or Ecuador, I would just reach out to fellow alumni in those countries, and I have no doubt they would help me. It becomes less daunting, less of a challenge. It’s part of the investment. Plus you learn to appreciate other points of view, from a very diverse cohort.