The Swiss LSE Alumni Association (SLSEAA), founded in 1998 as a Swiss membership organisation proudly independent and autonomous of the School and the University, is today one of the largest and most active national organisations of LSE alumnae and alumni worldwide.
We cater to a national constituency of more than 1'900 alumnae, alumni, students and friends of the LSE in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein. Our 546 members enjoy a broad range of events, benefits and services. We have hosted over 170 events including a royal visit and three pan-European LSE alumni outings. In 2014, we organised 20 events throughout Switzerland, from formal dinners and professorial talks to informal get-togethers and networking activities.
Members have complimentary access to our designated membership journal "Foreign Affairs", a bi-monthly publication discussing issues at the cutting edge of world affairs. Our other member benefits and services include a collective health insurance scheme, external career facilitation and discounted products and services.
The SLSEAA has made a substantial leadership gift to the Campaign for LSE and is recognized with the "Swiss Alumnae and Alumni Group Study Room" in the School library. The SLSEAA is co-establishing the "LSE Alumnae and Alumni Foundation of Switzerland" under federal supervision. The Foundation will award scholarships and personal research grants to students from Switzerland.
The SLSEAA acts only on its own behalf, is in no way authorized, maintained, sponsored, endorsed, or otherwise representative of the London School of Economics and Political Science or the University of London and has never been a subordinate chapter or group of the "LSE Alumni Association" service of the School.
|Copyright © 1998-2015 The Swiss LSE Alumni Association. All rights reserved. The Swiss LSE Alumni Association acts only on its own behalf, is in no way authorized, maintained, sponsored, endorsed, or otherwise representative of the London School of Economics and Political Science or the University of London. It is an independent national membership association incorporated under Swiss federal law. Its postal address is: The Swiss LSE Alumni Association, CH-3000 Berne. It is represented by its Officers as they are listed in the respective section of this Web site.|