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KIT - Keep In Touch! The KIT Alumni Network

More than 24,000 registered alumni regionally, nationally, and internationally - KIT's contacts are broadly diversified in all sectors of economy, politics, and society. Have you studied or worked at KIT, perhaps did some research at the former Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe or taught at the Fridericiana? We would like to keep in touch with you and welcome you to the KIT alumni network.

KIT is a place of constant change and we invite you, as alumna or alumnus, to experience and help shape the future: As a participant in events, as a partner from industry  and science, with your commitment to the Alumni Clubs and regional "Stammtische", as a brand ambassador for KIT, as a mentor for students, or as a KIT Industry Expert.

Take advantage of the strength of the network and benefit from the many opportunities!

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