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Key contacts


The following people will be your most important contacts in the Department during your time at Warwick.

Postgraduate Office

T: +44 (0) 24 765 28126
E: economics dot pgoffice at warwick dot ac dot uk

If you need help, you can visit the staff in the Postgraduate Office; room S0.89, Social Sciences.

  • Carolyn Andrews; Postgraduate Teaching and Learning Manager (Taught)
  • Mandy Eaton; Postgraduate Co-ordinator (Taught)
  • Andrea Wyld; Postgraduate Admissions and Programmes Administrator

Key contacts

You can find a list of the key contacts who can offer support and guidance in the MSc Handbook, as well as on our people page.

Your queries

Please also consult the Department website where you are likely to find the answer to most of your queries.

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Director of Graduate Studies (Taught Degrees)

Dr Jennifer Smith has office hours throughout the term and can help with academic concerns relating to your course.

Your Personal Tutor

Each student is allocated a Personal Tutor, who is a member of academic staff to whom the tutee can turn for confidential advice regarding personal matters. Your Personal Tutor is one of your most important contacts with the Department and University. You can find out who your personal tutor is by visiting Tabula.

Economics Director of Academic and Pastoral Support

The Director of Academic and Pastoral Support is Dr Alexander Karalis Isaac. If you have a problem or concern that is perhaps more serious, it is a good idea to see the Director who will be able to offer help and advice or point you in the direction of other people and services within the University.

We also offer daily wellbeing drop-in sessions in the Department during term term. If there is something troubling you, or hindering you from focusing on your studies, please do drop in during the scheduled hours.

Wellbeing Support Services

There is a comprehensive network of support and welfare services available to students to support them in times of difficulty. There is often more than one service which may be able to help, and services work together to ensure that any problems are dealt with swiftly and effectively.

Wellbeing Support Services acts as a hub for all the different support services and you can visit them if you have a problem, query or difficulty, but aren’t quite sure who can help. They will help where they can and refer you on to other more specialised services where relevant.