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As a graduate, you'll always be a part of the Warwick community and we're excited to welcome you to a network of over 285,000 alumni.

Ours is a community like no other, and we couldn’t be prouder. It’s diverse, vibrant, incredible and full of people who make an impact on the world around us. 

If you’d like to take advantage of a range of benefits and offers that are exclusive to you, read more hereLink opens in a new window.  You can keep connected to Warwick through networking, events, and opportunities. 


As part of our community, we offer free access to careers resources and events for life, and 1-1 support for up to two years after you’ve graduated via  myAdvantageLink opens in a new window. 

Simply create your  profile and gain access to guidance appointments, help with career planning and interview and application support. As an alumni you can access these services in person, by email, telephone or Skype.  

Recent graduates can access a Warwick Careers Graduate toolkit hereLink opens in a new window. 

You can also get e-mentored by Warwick alumni via warwickgrad.netLink opens in a new window. 

Staying connected

As part of the Warwick family, we want to help you maintain a lifelong connection with us and each other, sharing experiences and expertise and playing your part in shaping the future of Warwick. 

Signing up to warwickgrad.netLink opens in a new window allows you to stay in touch with your fellow graduates, connect to a global professional network and access a wide range of benefits. 

Social media is a great way to network with fellow alumni. Discover a range of LinkedIn groupsLink opens in a new window based on geography, academic department and profession specially created for Warwick alumni to connect and engage with each other. 

Many departmentsLink opens in a new window around the University organise their own events and reunions to stay in touch with you, so it's important to keep your details up-to-date. 

Graduate Outcomes survey 

About 15 months after you finish your course you will be invited to respond to the Graduate Outcomes survey (Link opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window). This national survey collects information on the activities and perspectives of graduates. The anonymous results can be invaluable in helping future students consider potential career options, through resources including opens in a new window 

You will receive an email from opens in a new window and may also be called by IFF Research.  

To find out more, see HESA’s Graduate Outcomes websiteLink opens in a new window, including privacy informationLink opens in a new window. We will be in touch again before the survey starts. 

International networks 

The Warwick alumni community comprises of 280,000 global graduates.  

Wherever you are in the world, there is a Warwick community waiting to connect with you. Find out more about our international networks and how you can get involved.

The University values a strong bond with alumni abroad. Our ambassadors play a key role, organising events, serving as local contacts for interested students, and assisting faculty and travelling students. If you want to join the community, take a look at our regional LinkedIn networksLink opens in a new window. #WarwickGrad 

Lifelong learning 

With a WarwickgradLink opens in a new window account you gain access to a variety of online journals and publications such as The Economist, The Financial Times, and Adweek. You also have access to a digital library packed full of content from the Warwick alumni community and the University to support you as you move through your career.

If you want to continue your studies, Warwick is also offering an Alumni Discount SchemeLink opens in a new window.

What are alumni?

Alumni: graduates (plural, gender neutral)

Alumnae: graduates (plural, female)

Alumnus: graduate (singular, male)

Alumna: graduate (singular, female)

Alum: graduate (singular, gender neutral)

Your memories

Graduation is a day to remember. We would love to hear your stories:

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