Meet some of the incredible people who have studied at Warwick
Discover the brilliant journeys they've been on since graduating and get inspired.
Interesting and successful Warwick Alumni: a human rights lawyer, an entrepreneur, a local politician and social activist, an investment banker, a philanthropic fundraiser, and a successful analyst, share advice for our great new Warwick graduates.
Meet two iconic members of the University of Warwick’s pioneering cohort of 1965 – 1968 graduates, and hear about the visionary evolution of a University steeped in transformative thinking and radical innovation.
English and Theatre Studies alumnus, Michael Punter is a writer of published plays and television series for the BBC, Channel 4, and various theatres. These include The Dark Wave, Come to me, and The Glad House. He is also the Director of Theatre Education for CAPA, The Global Education Network in London where he designs, lectures and administers a range of arts courses for US students.
Charles Adeogun Phillips
Warwick alumnus, Charles Adeogun Phillips is a human rights lawyer and a former genocide and war crimes prosecutor. Here he talks about his experiences of studying at Warwick and his work at the UN International Criminal Tribunal.
English and German Literature alumna, Siobhan Benita resigned her position as a senior civil servant in 2012 to run as an independent candidate in the Mayor of London election.
English and Theatre Studies alumnus, Lawrence Till has gone on to direct hundreds of plays, been an Artistic Director of two major regional theatres and produced and directed dramas seen all over the world. These include Shameless, Mr Selfridge and the Frankenstein Chronicles.
Warwick Leaders: Regional, National, Global
Our alumni drive change in society. Hear from a leading human rights lawyer, the chief executive of the Lloyds Bank Foundation and a councillor from Coventry City Council discussing their leadership in a global, national and regional setting.