Investing in the future
Our alumni community are really important to us. We know that the insights, experiences and skills you gained at WMS and beyond have the potential to support and inspire current and future students.
From spending 10 minutes writing a quote for our prospectus to give future students a real insight into what it's like to study at WMS, to volunteering at one of our open days - it all counts.
Read on for more information on some of the things you can do to help WMS and our students, today, tomorrow and in the future.
Inspire future students at Open Day
WMS runs three MB ChB Open days each year. One of the key parts of the day are talks from current students and alumni, and we're always looking for more alumni who would be willing to take part. The talks are usually only 10-15 minutes long and you may receive some questions from prospective applicants and their families.
Share your experiences
We're keen to hear from our alumni about their time at WMS. What did you enjoy? What made your time at WMS special? Would you recommend WMS?
We're always looking to feature alumni experiences on flyers, the website and in prospectuses. There are many ways you could contribute and share your experiences. Below are just a few ideas:
- Provide a short quote about what you loved most at WMS
- Write a blog post reminiscing on how your experiences at Warwick have shaped your career.
- Feature as one of our case studies of WMS alumni.
You can read a couple of alumni interviews here and here.
If you're interested in helping out at an open day, or feature on our website or leaflets, please contact the Marketing and Communications team at wms dot marketing at warwick dot ac dot uk.
For further information on the ways in which you can support WMS, please contact our Marketing and Communications team.
wms dot marketing at warwick dot ac dot uk
There are many other ways in which you can help Warwick and our students, to find out about some of the other volunteering opportunities, please visit the Alumni & Friends section.