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DCS Alumni

Welcome to our all-new Alumni website. We've set it up as a way for you to stay in touch with us once you leave us to start making your way in the world. If you are a graduate - or are about to become one - please register your email address. This will allow us to keep you informed of any news or events which might be of interest to you.
  • invite you to social and technical events
  • help you with career information and opportunities
  • update you occasionally on the department and university
You can see what some of your colleagues have to say on the Student Profiles page.

Did you know about the support the Careers Centre can give after you leave? As a Warwick graduate, you have free access to Careers Centre services via their website, for 3 years. Whether you want the latest news on vacancies, applications or CV advice, or resources to help you decide what to do next, it’s all there. To take advantage, you need to register as a graduate; instructions are on the Careers Centre home page (Graduates section). Once you have your graduate password, make sure you set up your profile and preferences, so the Careers Centre can keep you updated with the most useful vacancies and other news. Good Luck! And remember, although the graduate jobs market is tough, IT is one of the fields where things are a little brighter and vacancies are out there to be found if you keep looking. So if you are not yet fixed up, stay positive and keep polishing your application and interview skills.

The contact details below will be stored in a database used only to reach you occasionally; it will not be used outside the department.

If you are happy to share information on the DCS website, please include it below:
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