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Library Services for Alumni

Alumni Library Online

Quick, easy and free access to quality information resources in one place, specifically tailored to meet your career development needs as an alumnus.

You can read a variety of journals, company profiles, industry and country reports, case studies, book reviews and interviews with leading industrial figures. You can also stay up to date with Cranfield University research.

For more information and to login, please visit the Alumni portal.

MIRC Enquiry Service for the Careers Continuation Service

MIRC provides an enquiry service for those of you who are signed up for the Career Development Service Continuation Service. We can assist with job-hunting – providing information on companies and industries from a selection of our online resources – for up to 6 months after you leave Cranfield. For more information on this service, contact MIRC.

Can we help? Contact the MIRC team. Email or call +44 (0) 1234-754440


eJournals Finder
Electronic access to our journals by title.

Electronic Business Resources A-Z List
A-Z of MIRC’s electronic business resources.

eResources A-Z List
A-Z of all University Library subscription resources. CCNT login required.

Off-Campus Access
Logging in via OpenAthens.

Room Bookings
Click here to book the MIRC Media Room - or a study room at Kings Norton Library.

Support Off-Site Service - Dedicated help & support for off-campus staff and students. CCNT login required.

Cranfield Research Information System.

Cranfield Online Research Data – a repository for preserving your research data.

Manage your references.

Cranfield Masters Theses Archive
Full-text access to Cranfield Masters theses.CCNT login required off-campus.

The Cranfield Collection of eResearch. A digital repository of research output from Cranfield University.

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