Play an active role and share your Warwick Economics experience
There are many ways for you to get involved with the University in the years after you leave. Whether you just want to share your news or if you’d like to take a more active role, there is something for everyone.
Open days and overseas fairs
The next campus open days will take place on 13 and 20 June 2020. We’re currently looking for Economics alumni to chat with students and parents about their experience at Warwick, as well as what your degree has led to.
We will be holding an Economics careers event later this year. If you are interested in working with us on careers activities please contact us; economics dot alumni at warwick dot ac dot uk
Our 360 guest lecture series is open to all Warwick alumni. If you’re in the area please do come along to hear from leading economic and political figures: find out what’s on.
The University of Warwick has a global pool of ambassadors that maintain close relationship with alumni living and working overseas.
A Warwick ambassador arranges international events for fellow alumni, serves as a point of contact for students in their area interested in the University and asists faculty and students travelling or studying abroad.
If you’re a recent graduate then you can join our e-mentoring scheme as a mentee to get inside information about a particular industry. If you’re already in a graduate job, then why not become a mentor and offer a helping hand to one of our current students or recent graduates. It’ll look great on your CV.
As either a mentee or a mentor you’ll increase your networks and build contacts outside your workplace. Read a case study to see how students and other alumni are already benefitting; sign up today.
If you studied with us as an undergraduate then you’ll know how many Economics students want to do internships! If your company could offer an opportunity to one of our current students please get in touch; economics dot alumni at warwick dot ac dot uk.