inishing the first stage of academic training does not necessarily mean   dissociating oneself from the university-at least not at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. This institution offers various interesting alternatives for graduates, among which the Programme for friends and former UCLM students is noteworthy which enables personal and professional collaboration amongst those who once shared the lecture rooms at our university. 

Graduates will also find an important friend in the Centre for Information and Employment Promotion (CIPE), whose task is to nurture professional development for this group, thereby contributing to improving its prospects for employment. 

Lastly, ex students from the UCLM may continue to enjoy their cultural agenda and activities or participate in announcements the institution includes them in.