International Alumni Network Netherlands (IANN)

The International Alumni Network Netherlands (IANN) is the alumni circle of the UvA Alumni Association AUV for all international and international-minded UvA alumni living in the Netherlands.

Stay connected

The International Alumni Network Netherlands (IANN) is a network for UvA alumni with a wide range of academic backgrounds, coming from different parts of the world. The circle aims to enable alumni to stay connected with the University and UvA alumni community across the Netherlands.

The IANN also aims to facilitate members to grow their professional and personal skills through self-development, interaction with the local community, volunteering, sponsorships, workship and social events. 

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Join this network

Join the community of international UvA alumni in the Netherlands. Enjoy the benefits of a membership of the UvA Alumni Association for €35 a year. 

Board

Kaikai Jing Chair
Ally Dragozet Secretary
Stanislav Nikolov Treasurer
Birute Aleknaite  
Sunil Behera  
Anissa Jousset  
Bestuur IANN

From left to right: Anissa Jousset, Sunil Behera, Kaikai Jing, Ally Dragozet, Stanislav Nikolov and Birute Aleknaite (photo: Edi Valterov Dimitrov)

Collaboration

The IANN collaborates with Young IGC and Young Patrons Circle of the Dutch National Opera & Ballet to help build a network of talented young professionals in Amsterdam.

Contact

If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, please contact us. Stay tuned for events and updates on Facebook

Events

The IANN will offer members at least two activities a year. The following events have been organised since the launch of the circle in November 2017: 

  • Meetup on effective cross-cultural communication with Yao Tue and Ardi Brouwers
  • Pubquiz in Café Lust
  • Stargazing tour at the UvA Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy
  • Lecture on How to Develop a Powerful Personal Brand with Adam Stones  

Gepubliceerd door  Bureau Alumnirelaties en Universiteitsfonds

29 mei 2018