Scottish Universities’ Alumni St Andrews Day Reception
- British High Commissioner’s Residence, 2, Rajaji Marg, New Delhi, India
We’re delighted to invite you to the forthcoming Scottish Universities’ Alumni St Andrews Day Reception in New Delhi on the evening of Monday 25 November 2019.
This event has been organised by Scottish Universities, in conjunction with the Scottish Government Scottish Development International, and the British High Commission. It will be the first of an annual series of St Andrews Day alumni receptions (rotating between Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai) which will aim to provide a platform for alumni to meet, to hear about developments in Scotland and to celebrate St Andrew’s Day in traditional fashion. The reception will feature food and drink to remind you of Scotland as well as special guests and live entertainment.
We would be honoured if you could join us at this special gathering. To RSVP please fill out our registration form. Please note places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
We look forward to celebrating St Andrew’s Day with you in Delhi!
The Watt Club
Please note: By confirming your interest in attending you are agreeing for your name, telephone number and email address to be provided to the British High Commission in Delhi, who will issue the official invitations to the event.
Your personal information will be used in line with Scottish Government standards. If you are confirmed for attendance to the event, your information such as email address, contact number and name will be shared with the UK High Commission in Delhi.
The Scottish Government will not sell or disclose your details to third parties for commercial reasons. The Scottish Government shall review your information to ensure that such information is only retained to the extent deemed necessary for the running of the event.
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