TRIUM Global EMBA Benefits
Our program focuses both on creating the best learning experience imaginable, and extending that learning experience beyond the final module through the reach, quality, accessibility and support provided by our alumni.
Graduating from TRIUM and joining our alumni means becoming part of a network of high achieving and influential peers.
Many of our alumni have found our program to have a life-changing impact on their careers, whether this is through an acceleration of their current career path, a different direction, or starting a new venture. Connections made during our program are maintained and deepened long after the program is complete, and all of our students have access to the impressive, engaged and active TRIUM, LSE, NYU Stern and HEC Paris alumni, as well as to all three schools’ databases, libraries, events, lectures, sports facilities etc.
Coming to TRIUM provided me a breath of fresh air to explore new paths and opportunities. I was looking for a new direction, and all of a sudden I found myself in an entrepreneurial environment with classmates from around the world from a variety of different sectors.
NYU Stern Alumni Community
With 470,000 NYU Stern alumni living and working in the US and 183 foreign countries, there is hardly a major industry anywhere that does not include Stern graduates in its ranks. NYU Stern alumni constitute a global community, providing information, advice and networking opportunities to fellow alumni and current students.
LSE Alumni Association
The LSE alumni community comprises more than 470,000 people drawn from almost 200 countries. Wherever you are in the world, you can connect with LSE alumni and with the School. You can get involved with the LSE Alumni Association, network with alumni through country groups or special interest groups, and attend a wide range of public events and lectures, or watch them online.
HEC Alumni Association
The HEC Alumni Association includes 52,000 graduates residing in 132 countries. There are 45 alumni professional groupings, as well as 24 regional circles in France and 72 circles abroad – all of which organise meetings throughout the year. TRIUM students and alumni can gain access to the Association by paying a membership fee.