Below are further opportunities ranging from scholarships, conferences, competitions and other events that you can get involved in during the course of your studies at Warwick. More information can be found by following the links.
Berkeley Economic Review Invitation
Berkeley Economic Review-- the premier undergraduate economics journal at the University of California, Berkeley-- is currently accepting submissions for its eighth volume.
Our journal is seeking essays, op-eds, theses and research papers from undergraduate students across the U.S. and internationally. We offer a great opportunity for students to publish their work in a professional and academic journal. Not only is it a chance to share your research with the larger economic community, but having published scholarly work is also helpful if you’re interested in applying graduate schools in the future..
So if you have completed an excellent paper or honours thesis, we strongly encourage you to submit to our journal. Please limit essays or op-eds to a maximum of five pages single spaced, however, there is no maximum for theses or original research papers. Submissions must be written in English or translated into English by the original author. All pieces will be considered for our 2019 fall volume.
Full instructions on the submission process can be found here: https://econreview.berkeley.edu/submit/
Monarch Alternative Capital (Europe) - 1st year Undergraduate Summer Intern Opportunities
Monarch Alternative Capital is a New York based alternative asset manager with approximately $5.0 billion in assets under management. They are recruiting for a 1st year Undergraduate to work as a Summer Intern.
The ideal candidate would also be highly computer literate, proactive, demonstrate a strong work ethic and a desire to learn. They are a small team and therefore a significant emphasis will be placed on cultural fit. There is the potential for the right candidate to return for additional work in subsequent vacations, although it must be stressed that no permanent position can result from this internship. As a result it would ideally suit a 1st year undergraduate.
The candidate would be based at their office in Marylebone, London.
Please send your CV and a cover letter to before the 31st March 2019 to Marie Jones, Office Manager, email@example.com
TEDXWarwick 2019: Architects of Tomorrow
TedXWarwick are delighted to invite students of all disciplines to the largest interdisciplinary event on campus on 2 March 2019 at Warwick Arts Centre. There will be 14 speakers covering topics including cryptocurrencies and entrepreneurship. Find out more on their Facebook page.
The Bhopal Challenge
The Bhopal Challenge Team invite you to take part in a campaign for the victims of the 1984 Bhopal Gas Disaster, which killed 10,000-20,000 people and continues to affect thousands today. The sports-based fundraiser will take place from 25 February to 10 March 2019.
How can you or your club/society participate?
1. Sign up to the challenge.
2. Create a JustGiving Page - This is were your friends and family will donate directly to the Brighton based charity, Bhopal Medical Appeal. For instructions on how to set up your JustGiving fundraising page, please click here.
3.You can run, swim, gym, walk, cycle, dance or play a sport. Anything goes! Just convert your daily activities into distance and add them to the tracker. They will announce the society/club/individual that performs the best!)
For more information or visit their website.
The Human Library™
The Human Library™ event will take place on 12-2pm on 7 March 2019 and is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. The Human Library is a place where real people are on loan to readers. A place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated and answered. Our ‘human books’ cover the 10 pillars of diversity. These include: Religion, Ethnicity, Lifestyle, Occupation, Social Status, Health, Disabilities, Gender/ Sexuality, Ideology, Partner/victim. Find out more about the Human Library here.
Invitation to LSE Emerging Markets ForumThe LSE SU Emerging Markets Forum (“LSEEMF”) is the world’s largest student conference focused on the emerging markets and is delighted to invite you to the LSEEMF on 15th and 16th of March 2019, at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London. The LSE EMF X is a unique international gathering for 250 students attending from leading universities around the world and is a great opportunity for the delegates to network with our speakers and sponsors over the two days.You can find out more by viewing the full agenda for this year’s forum and register online now.
Get into Teaching
At The Centre for Teacher Education (CTE), University of Warwick, we recognise and understand that Warwick students are driven and motivated individuals with the potential to become excellent teachers. Provided you meet the required entry criteria for our Primary PGCE Core programme, we are offering guaranteed progression to the interview stage of the admissions process to finalist Warwick Undergraduate students. The interview provides you with an opportunity to demonstrate your suitability and motivation to train to become a primary teacher.
Trade Finance Global: 2019 Student Writers Programme
Whether you’ve just started university, have been there for several years, or have recently graduated, TFG want to hear from you.
TFG are on the lookout for passionate volunteer writers who have something to say about shipping, international trade, and finance.
Find out more about this competition and apply here by 17 February 2019.
Internship at Campari Group in Milan
The Campari Group are looking for a telented Data Scientist to join their team in Milan. In this role you will have a chance to apply data science methods and analytics to real-world business situations.
For more information about this opportunity please see the attached.
RoME Master's Programme
Two years ago EIEF launched, together with LUISS university, the Rome Masters in Economics (RoME), a two-year Master’s program designed for a small group of talented and ambitious students. Applications are now open for these programmes.
Barclays Spring and Summer Internship Opportunities
Barclays are calling for innovative engineers and technologists, to develop and maintain game changing technology that will reshape the future of FinTech.
Their Tech focus areas are broad ranging from Cyber & Security, Development and Engineering, Data Science and Analytics and more. Whatever direction you take, their Developer programme will provide you with the opportunity to deploy your skills and expertise into real business projects, where your work will impact the lives of millions of colleagues, customers and clients worldwide.
You can apply to join Barclay's tech communities located in Glasgow, Knutsford and Northampton. Visit their website to explore their locations, work, tech firsts and working culture.
Business Analyst at First Circle in Manila
An opportunity has just come up from an ex-Warwick student who is currently working for one of the fastest growing fintech players in South-East Asia. This is a fantastic opportunity for a very high achiever looking to challenge themselves in the world's fastest growing markets.
Intern opportunities at SCB
SCB are currently accepting applications for their Internships which last 10 weeks.
As an intern, in the summer before your final year as a student, you'll work directly on real world problems to hone your skills, create lasting relationships and learn about your strengths. The Formal Internship Programme is intended to create a pipeline to the International Graduate Programme.
Learn more about their internships and how to apply.
Internship and Graduate Opportunities at HSBC
HSBC is looking for new students and graduates who are motivated by this purpose and are dedicated to building a sustainable business for the long-term. They are looking for collaborative and curious thinkers, with the courage to challenge the status quo and the motivation to make a positive impact for customers and communities.
If you are interested in finding out more information and applying to their graduate and internship programmes please take a look at their careers page.
Get into Teaching
Students who are interested in pursuing a career in teaching after graduating or just interested in ways to enter the field can simply register their interest here. There are no commitments in registering your interest so, if you find that you are no longer interested you can opt out at any time! This is an incredible opportunity to receive tailored advice and support. Here are 5 reasons to register:
- Handy hints and tips
- Support from an experienced teaching professional
- One-to-one tailored advice
- Help arranging school experience
- Access to teaching information event
For more information please contact Warwick campus ambassador for the Department for Education: Yasemin Sar (Y dot Sar at warwick dot ac dot uk)
Bloomberg Career Opportunities
Bloomberg have the following job advertisements online specifically for economics students interested in Finance related roles:
- Equity Fundamentals Analyst - Russian and Romanian Speaker
- Equity Fundamentals Analyst - Czech/Slovak speaker
- 2019 Analytics and Sales Programme
For more information regarding opportunities at Bloomberg, please reach out to your Bloomberg Campus Ambassador Tionne Tulloch-May via the details below.
LinkedIn: Tionne Tulloch-May
Are you the next Undergraduate of the Year?
The TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards celebrates the UK's best undergraduates. It is the only undergraduate award in the UK and is widely recognised by graduate recruiters. The final shortlist of ten from each category are invited to the exclusive awards event in Canary Wharf, London on 26 April 2019 to network and dine with graduate recruiters before the winners are announced. Find out more information on the application process here.
International Student Trips and Events
Each year, the Go Global Team in the International Student Office coordinate a whole range of events and trips for out Global Student Community - for more information on these trips and events visit the webpage here.
Training Programme for Young BME Women
This programme is funded by the Higher Education Innovation Fund and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Impact Acceleration Fund (via the University of Warwick). It is supported by our official partner, Muslim Women’s Network UK which is a leading national charity working to advance the rights of women from Muslim and ethnic minority communities. The programme trains women from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities to be active citizens and take leadership roles in political and civic life. You will attend a series of workshops, in Birmingham between June 2018 and March 2019, designed to build your knowledge of British political and civic institutions and your knowledge and practical experience of ‘doing politics.’ For more information contact Dr Khursheed Wadia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms Risha Chauhan at email@example.com.