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The path to your chosen career can take a variety of turns. Read the inspiring careers stories, milestones, and achievements from your global alumni community.

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Journey of an automotive leader

Manjot Chana (BEng in Applied Engineering (Product Creation), 2019) is a Technical Director at Stinger, a global business that specialises in aftermarket automotive products.

The opportunity to fulfil his degree apprenticeship stemmed from his role at Jaguar Land Rover. Explore how his experience at Warwick, driven by a deep passion for engineering, has shaped his career and personal growth.

From Warwick to wind turbines

Antonio Abella, a graduate of WMG, University of Warwick (MSc in Engineering Business Management, 2017), is the Director of Operations and Innovation at Ventos Metódicos. The company specialises in waste management and produces environmentally friendly products transforming decommissioned wind turbines into high-end custom furniture. Learn about Antonia’s time at Warwick and how it has shaped his successful career.

Warwick alumni recognised in Forbes 30 under 30

A trinity of Warwick Business School graduates have made it to a global list of change makers who are still under the age of 30. Max Klymenko, Carlo Fedeli and Jasmine Yeo have all been honoured in the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe List for 2024. Published annually by the US business magazine, Forbes, the list features young entrepreneurs and creatives who, in one way or another, are transforming the face of business and society.

A change in direction

With nearly a decade in the British Army including tours of Bosnia, Kosovo and Afghanistan before coming to Warwick, Lee Kemp (BA Film with Television Studies, 2007) had an unusual path to his degree. But it was a simple truth that made his decision.

Quick Q&A with Arts alumna, Kaya Patel

Growing up in northwest London, Kaya Patel (BA Film and LiteratureLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window, 2020) considered universities around the UK. But she chose to move to the Midlands for her undergraduate experience because she trusted her intuition.  

Art is where the heart is

Recent graduate Carolina Sagardoy Saavedra (BA History of Art, 2019) always knew she had a passion for fine art. She turned that passion into a reality – graduating from Warwick and moving to New York to study a Masters’ degree in Art Business at the world-renowned Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Today, she uses the knowledge she gained at Warwick to help art be bought and sold across the world.

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