The WMG MSc programmes are very intensive and require considerable time and effort - a minimum of 40 hours per week for 48 weeks. However, if you manage your time and make the most of each week, you can truly experience the vast amount of opportunities available to you, some of which are listed below.
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- Industrial Visits
WMG organises Industrial Visits to locally-based national and international companies to give you the opportunity to see, at first-hand, industry in action and to learn about their systems, products and processes. Visits planned in previous years have included vehicle manufacturing plants: Jaguar Land Rover, BMW Mini Plant and Morgan Motors, food and drink organisations, Dairy Crest and Two Towers Brewery and fulfilment centres such as Amazon, Argos distribution centre and Britvic Soft Drinks.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, onsite industrial visits may not go ahead immediately, however we will continue to work with various companies and sites to offer you a variety of virtual industrial experiences, including: virtual manufacturing tours and videos, online exhibition and trade shows, manufacturing podcasts and webinars, industrial speaker presentations and the latest industry news.
Some courses may also provide in-module industrial experiences: these are focused and specific to the module topic, your course tutors will explain further details during your module time.
- Student Staff Liaison Committee
SSLCs are student led, and they provide an area for students and staff to discuss ideas and solve problems connected with teaching, learning and student support. SSLCs allow students to have a say on their course, their department, and their resources and is a great way to input into your University. They also provide an opportunity for the department to consult with students and receive feedback on new proposals. Course Reps are elected at the beginning of each academic year by the students the SSLC represents.
- WMG Society
WMG Society is part of Warwick SU and is supported by WMG. The society is entirely run and organised by students of WMG, and they provide a fun way for you to meet up and socialise with your peers.
- WMG Student Marketers
Want to share your student experiences on blogs and social media?
This year, we'll be recruiting Student Marketers to share their experiences through digital marketing channels.
Prospective students value the opportunity to hear from you, our current students, who know best of all what studying at Warwick and WMG is like. By sharing your unique student perspective, you'll be playing an important part in showcasing WMG to the next generation of students, encouraging them to study here and enjoy similar experiences.
This is a paid work opportunity, for keen digital marketers who want to share their experiences at WMG.
Think you're right for the role? Contact Katrina Moore, Marketing Officer, for more information. Interested students will be invited for an informal discussion about the role.
- The Library
The Library provides a wide range of support and guidance, and you should spend time understanding the resources available to you as soon as possible. The Library website has a section specifically for WMG students, with lots of valuable information, including an online tutorial, direct link to electronic journal articles, and contact details for the WMG Academic Support Librarian.
- Community Engagement Team & Postgrad Hub
The Library and their Community Engagement team are dedicated to providing you with support, facilities and development opportunities. They will connect you to your postgraduate community through social, cultural and academic events to ensure you make the most of your time at Warwick.
The Postgraduate Hub (PG Hub) is a dedicated space for postgrads, enabling you to access support, work in a collaborative environment and socialise with peers.
- Warwick SU
Warwick SU is a valuable resource that can enrich your time at Warwick by providing opportunities to get involved with societies and clubs. Warwick SU can also offer independent advice and help on all kinds of subjects relating to student life. Democratically run by students for students, you automatically become a member on enrolment. Warwick’s SU also has a dedicated full-time Postgraduate Officer, whose role is to represent your views locally, nationally and to the University.
- Careers Support
The Student Careers & Skills team offer personalised support to help you develop your skills, plan or develop your career path and get experience. You can access a variety of support services from Student Careers & Skills at any point during your time at Warwick and after graduation. Choose from our wide range of free workshops, fairs, activities, online resources and 1:1 support.
- Masters Skills Programme
The Masters Skills Programme will help you adjust to postgraduate study, develop your research skills and boost your employability. You can also gain recognition through the Warwick Skills Portfolio Award.
- Sprint Programme
The Sprint programme has been introduced for all female postgraduates, to help you take hold of your personal development and help realise your ambitions.
- Intercultural Training
The innovative intercultural training programme is designed to help enrich your intercultural experience as part of your Warwick journey.
The programme includes access to interactive workshops and online media, helping you to develop your intercultural competence before, during and after your intercultural experiences at Warwick, in the community or abroad.
- WMG Student Newsletter
A Student Newsletter is published monthly during the academic year. It contains information about the Department's events, activities and opportunities. It comes from WMG Students, so please make sure you check this regularly.