Graduate mentoring

Graduate Mentoring

The UWL Mentoring Service is looking to recruit a team of alumni to join their graduate mentoring programme.

Whether you found your time at university challenging or relatively straight forward your experience could really help a student facing similar challenges now. 

To support you with the mentoring process we offer free mentoring training and on-going supervision from the Student Support and Mentoring Service. 

By acting as a mentor you can have a real and tangible impact on a UWL student today, whilst also gaining experience and skills that will benefit you beyond your role as a mentor.  Those already taking part in the programme noted that they benefited from:

  • Increased confidence
  • Improved interpersonal skills
  • Development of better problem solving skills
  • Skills that enhanced their CV 

If you would like to get involved or to request further information on mentoring please complete a Graduate Mentoring below and the Mentoring Team will be in touch.  Alternatively, if you would like to find out more about the scheme please contact The Engagement team, at or on 020 8231 2902.

"Working within the mentoring scheme has been an amazing experience so far, I've not only been able to help the other person but learnt so much about myself. I've built a really good relationship with my mentee and I know I've given her the support to carry on more confidently." Mentor


"The training session made me feel at ease about the whole thing and I'm really glad I got involved." Mentor


"If it wasn't for my mentor I really don't know if I would have made it this far. Just by taking the time to explain things from different perspectives has made me understand things better." Mentee




Mentor Application Form

Mentors are asked to keep in regular contact with their mentee (once or twice a month), but we appreciate our alumni may no longer be living close to the University. Please indicate below how you would like to mentor:

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