As a GSD graduate, you can keep connected with Warwick by registering your details at warwickgrad.net. By doing so, we will be able to let you know about what's going on in the GSD Department, and we will also be able to inform you about any employment and training opportunities offered by the department. By registering your details, you'll be able to access a termly newsletter from the department, invites to departmental initiatives, and job opportunities for GSD graduates.
In our first newsletter of the 2021-22 academic year, you can read about our first School for Cross-faculty Studies Student Equity Report, Dr Jess Savage’s reflections on COP26 as an Official University of Warwick Delegate, news from your fellow graduates, and how you can stay connected with Warwick.
Hear from some of our alumni about what they're up to now and how studying GSD at Warwick has prepared them for life after graduation.
We're currently developing alumni case studies on our website so that current and prospective students can see what our graduates have gone on to do. Please get in touch with the Alumni Team in the first instance if you would like to be involved.
We’d also love to hear from you. Please send your news and stories to the department’s Recruitment and Communications Officer, Jess Holt, so we can keep up to date with what you're up to.
Please email Gioia Panzarella for information about GSD Alumni Network.
As a Warwick graduate, you will have a range of benefits including:
- Access to the Library, University House, and the Sports and Wellness Hub (when you join a Sports membership scheme) with your alumni swipe card;
- Access to online journals and publications;
- E-mentoring and careers advice via warwickgrad.net;
- Free access to careers resources and events for life and individual support for up to two years after graduation via MyAdvantage.
Are you considering postgraduate study?
With our postgraduate opportunities in the GSD Department, it would be wonderful to welcome some of you back to the School for further study in the future.
MASc in Global Sustainable Development
- A one year, full-time Master of Arts and Science (MASc) in Global Sustainable Development
- Minimum entry requirements: 2:1 undergraduate degree (or equivalent)
- Please see here for details about how to apply.
MPhil/PhD in Global Sustainable Development
Leverhulme Trust Doctoral Programme: TRANSFORM
If you’re interested in postgraduate research level study with us, doctoral scholarships are available for PhD in Global Sustainable Development applicants, enabling work on transdisciplinary projects that address a real-world sustainability challenge. Applications for 2023 entry will likely open at the beginning of 2023.
Find out more about postgraduate study in the GSD Department
If you would like to find out more about our postgraduate programmes and how they differ from your previous studies, we encourage you to get in touch with our postgraduate teamLink opens in a new window to arrange a one-to-one chat.