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Archit's Journey from Warwick to Professional Achievement

Archit's decision to attend Warwick stemmed from its esteemed reputation and vibrant campus community, influenced by interactions with Warwick Ambassadors during his International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in Mumbai. Now, as a Software License Compliance Consultant at Deloitte UK, his drive comes from a larger vision of making a positive impact and running his own business, shaped by his time at Warwick and supported by family and friends.

Why did you choose Warwick?

I decided to study at the University of Warwick because I was drawn to its outstanding reputation in my field of study and its remarkable campus community. While I was involved in completing my International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme course back in Mumbai, I had the chance to interact with a few Warwick Ambassadors, who were part of a career fair held by my school. Hearing about Warwick's sparkling reputation, global recognition, and vibrant campus community definitely solidified it as one of my top choices for undergraduate studies.

What are you doing now?

I work as a Software License Compliance Consultant at Deloitte UK.

What motivates you to do what you do? 

The belief in the bigger picture of where I see myself: running a business and creating a positive difference by helping people in the best way I can. I find fulfillment in knowing that my efforts can make a difference. The opportunity to continuously learn, grow, and push my boundaries drives me forward every day. Additionally, the unwavering support of my family and close friends encourages me to strive for excellence. Ultimately, it is my willingness to leave a positive mark in everything I do.

How has your time at Warwick influenced what you do now? 

My time at the University of Warwick played a pivotal role in shaping my journey into the professional world. After completing my undergraduate degree in 2021, I secured my first graduate job offer at EY London, where I gained invaluable experience over the course of the 18 months I spent there. The knowledge and skills acquired during my university education have laid the building blocks for my career growth and will remain the foundations of my future.

Favourite memory? 

My favourite memory of Warwick is doing a pre-graduation photoshoot and walking around the entire campus with my closest friends.

Best thing about the Warwick community?

The kind, friendly, and supportive people.

Favourite place on campus?

Windmill Hill - Lakeside

Archit in a suit

Archit Rahul Modi

BSc Management with Finance, 2021