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Where are English and Creative Writing alumni now?

Your student days are just the beginning of your lifelong link with Warwick. Your ever-growing, thriving, global community of more than 283,000 alumni supports and enriches your student experience. And after graduating, you automatically become a member of that powerful community too.

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Your relationship with Warwick doesn't end when you graduate. Share your experiences and expertise, and play your part in shaping the future of Warwick.


Did you know?

You can find Warwick alumni in around 180 countries and territories across the world.

Our first cohort of alumni graduated in 1967.

We have over 500 BA English Literature and Creative Writing students in our Alumni network.


Meet our alumni

Our exceptional alumni go on to have amazing experiences and enjoy a huge variety of careers. Take a look and catch up with all the news and events from your alumni community.

Quickfire questions with Monita Mohan

Warwick alumna Monita (MA Writing, 2011) is a content magician and pop culture enthusiast who has taken her skills across the world.

Cathy Galvin

After a career in journalism where she launched The Sunday Times Short Story Award, Cathy Galvin (MA Writing, 2015) came to Warwick to explore her interest in short stories and discovered a love of poetry. She now helps other authors through her company, Word Factory.

Lanaire Aderemi

Poet and playwright, Lanaire Aderemi tells us about her new podcast, Story Story. It currently ranks #1 in the History Category of Nigeria’s Apple Podcasts despite being produced in the UK.

Tim Leach

Tim is a historical fiction writer, author of The Last King of Lydia and The King and the Slave.

Ben Cottam

Ben is a writer, currently writing a second comedy series as well as a new drama series for Radio 4. He is also a regular contributor of sketches to a variety of BBC3, ITV1 and E4 shows and pilots.


Join Warwickgrad

You can connect and network with alumni all over the world through our virtual Warwickgrad community. Exclusively available to Warwick students and alumni, Warwickgrad allows you to benefit from mentoring opportunities, join a group, and access a content hub packed with careers support and top tips.

Tell us your story

Are you a Warwick Writing Programme graduate? Share your story and be part of our amazing alumni community.

Support and Impact

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Give your time

Whatever stage you're at in your post-graduation journey, volunteering is a fantastic way to give back and is your chance to inspire, guide and advise the next generation of Warwick alumni.