Find ways to expand your horizons, continue your studies and support students, including PhD and scholarships opportunities.
Do you have one project at work that you just can’t find the resource or time to get to? Want a fresh opinion on it? Maybe Warwick’s virtual international programme, TeamWork, can help.
Every July, students from top universities including Warwick work virtually together for four weeks on one business challenge. It’s a great way to support students and gain insight from a group of diverse talented young people.
Interested? Applications are open now!. Find out more.
Want to know more about Teamwork?
Hear from alumna and Warwick’s International Employer Liaison Manager, Esther de Perlaky (BSc, Biological Sciences, 1992). In this video, she explains the value and reward alumni can receive from working with Warwick students through the TeamWork Virtual International Programme. Connecting organisations with multi-disciplinary teams of students from Warwick and other top universities around the world, TeamWork has a hugely positive impact on both the students and your organisation.
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World 100 Reputation Network Survey
As one of a group of leading global universities who are part of the World 100 Reputation Network, we are asking for your help in completing a short online survey about university reputation.
The feedback you provide will be extremely valuable to us, helping us understand what you think of Warwick and how we benchmark against other universities.
It will take just 5 minutes to complete and all those who complete the survey will be eligible to enter into a prize draw to win one of two £100 Amazon gift cards or 16 £50 Amazon gift cards.
Warwick's Undergraduate Research Support Scheme (URSS) has been running for 20 years and enables Warwick undergraduate students to carry out a non-assessed, funded research project. We want to make sure as many arts students take advantage of the programme, and we’d love to hear your experiences. Give your feedback to help grow the URSS programme by filling out this short surveyLink opens in a new window.
Aziz Foundation Scholarships
Master’s level scholarships available through The Aziz Foundation
The Aziz Foundation is offering Master's level scholarships to support British Muslims who wish to advance in their careers and bring positive change to their communities and beyond. Applications for the 2024 cycle will close on 28 March 2024. We’d love to welcome you back to study at Warwick again.
Find out more and apply here.
The WMG Skills Centre provides expert-led, flexible and cutting-edge short courses designed for groups and individuals who will shape the future of business and industry.
ASEAN - UK SAGE: Women in STEM scholarships
Are you a Warwick alum working in science, technology, engineering or medicine in Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Timor-Leste or Vietnam? If so, we need your help to share a brilliant new scholarship opportunity at your University with your networks.
Each scholarship covers the tuition fees of an eligible taught masters degree at Warwick starting in September 2024, a monthly stipend for up to 12 months to help with living costs, return economy flights to the UK, an IELTS test if required, and immigration and health surcharges. Find out more here: ASEAN - UK SAGE: Women in STEM Scholarship (warwick.ac.uk)Link opens in a new window And if you're a scholar happy to share your own experience, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're a teacher, we have a new, online course for Teaching English for Academic PurposesLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window (TEAP) in higher education settings.
Train to Teach with WarwickA career in Teaching offers you great benefits, such as changing young peoples’ lives, job security and a creative, fun career. Studying a PGCE at Warwick offers the best of both worlds – a rewarding experience in schools combined with the expertise and support from an experienced university. You will spend an average of 138 days in schools with support from tutors and mentors whilst engaging with expert university staff and researchers, with support from your peers.
MA in Professional Education
Have you ever wanted to influence how your school curriculum is shaped or gain insight into how your pupils feel about a certain topic? Our MA in Professional Education can help you to develop your research skills and discover where you want to go in your career
Support young people to reach their potential
Employer Connect provides a range of both face to face and digital services that will enable you to meet and get to know our students and create a talent pipeline for your organisation.
Find out more about how we can connect you with our students here.
If you're based internationally, we would love to hear about your internships and graduate employment opportunities that we can share with students and graduates. Find out moreLink opens in a new window
Gradcore is supporting British Council to develop Alumni UK – an online hub to enhance the professional development of international UK alumni. It is being filled with interesting and innovative digital content including articles, thought leadership pieces and video content.
Gradcore will be working alongside industry experts, journalists and writers to create content and want to connect with international alumni like you to undertake relevant research and interviews. The interviews would take place online and would likely consist of one initial short briefing, the interview and if required follow up over email. We know that time is precious, so Gradcore would work around your commitments and time zones.
If you’d like to take part in this, please register your interest here and Gradcore will follow up with relevant details, including article topics and interview approach.
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