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Tuesday 22 – Wedneday 23 November 2016 – Hosted by The University of Manchester, in association with Aluminati Network Group. 


Back by popular demand after the success of the MPC 2015, the Mentoring Professionals Conference is an exclusive, two-day conference (22-23 November 2016) that brings together online and offline mentoring professionals from across the country.

Expert speakers will share the secrets to their success and everyone will have the opportunity to ask questions and contribute within an open guided discussion session where delegates set the agenda.

Whether you are just starting out or looking to supercharge your online or offline mentoring programme, join us at the University of Manchester and a night at the Manchester Museum, for a stimulating experience of knowledge sharing. You may even meet your own professional mentor!

Last year’s Mentoring Professionals Conference was held at the King’s College London Strand campus, with the beautiful backdrop of Somerset House. Bringing together careers and alumni relations professionals from 20 institutions, including 3 business schools, this unique event provided an ideal base for sharing best practices and inspiration, leaving many feeling energised and ready to kick start and enhance their mentoring schemes with new strategies. The presentations were stimulating and eye-opening, and the interactive guided discussion enabled everyone to contribute useful ideas and relevant, high quality information.

The day was a wonderful success with great feedback, with many relishing the opportunity to connect and learn from others at different stages of running mentoring programmes, finding out what works for them, and to share advice on a range of topics from strengthening business cases, institutional engagement, branding, marketing, etc.

I found the event to be absolutely brilliant. The amount of learning achieved during the day; the excellent organisation; getting to look at future developments; speaking to people also working in small teams or on the same CRM as us.

Rachel Morgan, Alumni Services, Aberystwyth University

For further information on the 2016 programme and speakers and to secure your place, visit 

Cost: £99 per delegate – each ticket includes access to all sessions across the two days, refreshments between sessions, plus Dinner and Drinks with the Dinosaurs.