Our Liberal Arts student ambassadors are enthusiastic and dedicated individuals with a passionate interest in engaging prospective students with the principles of Liberal Education.
Our ambassadors support our Department across a wide range of activities, including:
- Speaking at information sessions and answering queries from prospective students and parents at our on-campus and virtual Open Days and Offer Holder Open Days;
- Offering their experiences and opinions during our regular online live chats; and
- Playing an active role in the School for Cross-faculty Studies' Widening Participation and Outreach programmes by participating in sessions for schools.
If you would like to get in touch with one of our student ambassadors to ask them about their experiences, please send us an email and we will arrange this for you: email@example.com
Meet our 2019/20 student ambassadors
My name is Camille and I’m in my final year, doing a pathway in Film and Cultural Identity.
Since my first year, I’ve been choosing modules from all over the University. My favourite so far would probably have to be the film studies module on Science Fiction that I took just last term, but a close second is the Liberal Arts core module Consumption that I took in my second year.
Hi! I'm Leila!
I am a Liberal Arts Alumni, I graduated in 2016 as part of the first cohort!
I'm now doing a Master's in Humanitarian Engineering at the Warwick School of Engineering.
During my time here I've also been involved in a few sports.
My name is Olamide and I am a second year Liberal Arts student.
Studying Liberal Arts at Warwick has been the best decision I've ever made! The Department is so supportive and I am constantly pushing myself to learn new things. I post about my degree as well my extra curricular activities which consist of radio, drama, film and more. I hope you enjoy my posts and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in contact with me!
I am a Liberal Arts student in my third and final year at Warwick.
I am on an open pathway and study a mixture of History, Philosophy and Politics modules alongside my Liberal Arts work. I did not take a year abroad as instead, I chose to do a four week internship in the summer after my second year as part of the Certificate of Professional Communication that the course offers.