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Introduction:

Welcome to GraduateRomance.org.uk, a free chat and romance site set up specifically for graduates. It's philanthropic: we do this purely for the satisfaction of making people happy, and we are delighted when we succeed. Of course, there is no charge, no 'data-mining', no advertising, no 'premium features', and we respect your privacy. To see what we have to offer, please take a look at some of the profiles, browse the menu on the left-hand side, and sign up below. Enjoy!

We're serious about doing the right and ethical thing, to act in the best interests of our members. For full details, please read the help text. Your questions and suggestions are always welcome.

We do not consider our membership to be an advertising demographic!

Join us, for free:

Not a member yet? Registration is simple and free:

Nickname:  
This will be your username on GraduateRomance.
Your nickname is the name that other members of the site will see and use to identify you: once chosen your nickname cannot be changed.

We recommend that you choose a pseudonym (or your firstname), but not your full real name.

Please avoid names which other members might find offensive.
Email:  
Please give your email address.
Please give a full email address at which you can be contacted. This e-mail address will not be disclosed to other members.
Graduated:  
Please give the name of the University from which you graduated. (This will help other people to find you.)
Location:  
Please give the town where you currently live. (This allows you to search for people who live close to you.)
 
Obligatory Legal bit:
Please do actually read these; they're quite short and friendly!
I am:
Everyone is welcome here. If the heteronormative default is inappropriate for you, please choose the nearest match, then elaborate within your profile.

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If you need help, please contact us.


Successes:

"A great idea, well implemented, good way to meet new people, and lots of fun. Every town should have a website like this!"

S.M.: "I've met a fantastic girl on here....But I still want to mess around on here, its such fun!!! The people are so funny!"

This is one of the many happy outcomes to which we have contributed.  :-)

This is selected, at random, from the testimonials page, and quoted verbatim.

News and updates:

1st May 2018: Older news:
Many congratulations to Northern Girl and Tall Matt on their Wedding! Heather writes: "I just wanted to let you know that thanks to Graduate Romance, I am now happily married!
Congratulations to Wayland Smithy and MĂ©lomane. They married in 2010, and just announced their (and our) first baby!
Multiple congratulations are due... Tabitha and J@m3s, Eliie and her fiancé, and James and Hannah are all now engaged to be married! For the full story, see the testimonials page, which has been updated with latest news: 11 weddings so far :-) Many Congratulations to [redacted] and [redacted] on their engagement. They're too shy to say who they are :-) Many congratulations to David and Natalie, who are getting married next July!
Congratulations to Stefan and SweetHeart on their engagement! They write: "We met on Romance.org in May 2004 and quickly came inseparable. Since then things have just got better and better and we are now engaged. We just wanted to say thank you, as without you, or the site we would probably never have met!"
*Snuggles* & Beatnik Fly are now engaged! Good luck to you both :-)
Congratulations to "Hockey Boy" and "Dr Shell" on their engagement! "Hockey Boy" writes: I first logged onto Warwick Romance for a bit of a laugh. Instead I've ended up meeting a beautiful woman who I am lucky enough to be marrying in 2006. Thank You WR!
Congratulations to Emma and Joe, who met on OxfordRomance, and are now married! The Wedding Photos are here.
9th June 2016: Sorry for DNS outage today... now fixed.
23rd May 2012: Cupid needs your help... who would like to assist with running GraduateRomance? If this could be you, please be in touch. (This is mostly about the society, rather than the platform, so technical expertise isn't necessary though technical contributions are of course extremely welcome.)
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