Student Careers and Skills exists to enable Warwick students at all levels to devise and implement their lifelong career plans. You can access the support at any stage of your time here but would be well advised to start early!
You have a designated Senior Careers Consultant, Millie Tissut, who has extensive experience working with students of History. She is familiar with the range of employment opportunities open to students of your discipline and can advise you on the relevant application processes.
You might also want to look at the accounts run by Student Careers and Skills:
You are welcome to approach academic staff in the department to provide academic references for you. Usually, this is the role of your supervisor, who should know you well as a result of your regular meetings. Your supervisor has access to your module marks on Tabula if you were a UG or PGT student at Warwick, so can speak to your whole academic profile. You may wish to approach other academic staff for references, and it is best if the proposed referee knows you personally so that they can write a full reference for you.
When requesting references, it is polite to ask for a reference well in advance of you making an application, including the timescales involved. It is not appropriate to put someone down as a reference who you have not asked, nor to ask staff to provide references at the last minute. If the staff member agrees to write the reference, send them copies of your application materials so that they have a full understanding of the job or programme to which you are applying, and can tailor their references accordingly. Make sure that you provide your referees with enough time to write a full reference.
- Research Course Regulations
- Supervision and monitoring
- Ethics in Research (and Ethics Review Form)
- Ethics of Research (Integrity of Researchers)
- Presentation and Referencing
- Changes to Registration
- Careers and Employment
- Language Support
- Links: Life beyond PhD
- Pre-Modern Handwriting and Research Skills Training
- Research Seminars and Reading Groups
- Doctoral College
- Researcher Development
- The Library and Modern Records Centre (MRC)
- Digital Humanities