Merchant Taylors’ Old Boys’ Association (OBA) promotes the welfare of the School, its pupils and its Old Boys, forming a connecting link between them. The OBA organise events to bring members together, facilitate mentoring and networking relationships, and assist current boys who may be in need of a bit of extra help.
The OBA plays a vital part in maintaining the lifelong connection with School and offers a number of benefits to its members:
Careers support, mentoring and networking, wherever you are in the world.
Great social events – dinners, networking drinks, and sports events both in School and around the world.
Bursary support for Boys still at School, thanks to the generous donations of Old Boys.
Donations to make your School life better – for example, the OBA will be funding the refurbishment of the Williams Hall in the coming year.
Staying in touch with School and fellow alumni via a monthly e-newsletter, social media and twice yearly magazine, Merchants’ Tales.
Close connections to the Merchant Taylors’ Company in London, which itself offers apprenticeships, bursary support and career opportunities.
50% subsidy for U25s, and those in full time education, at OBA events.
You can find out more about our Old Boys’ Association on our Alumni website HERE