Congratulations to Mads Hoefer on his Outstanding Student Contribution Award (OSCA) win.
Mads has been part of the student-led society Enactus. In his final year at Warwick, Mads took charge of Enactus as Vice President, making it the most entrepreneurial society of the year 2019 across all societies within the United Kingdom, awarded by Bright Network UK.
He started his own venture to solve a problem close to his heart, animal extinction. Animals Move sells sustainable t-shirts of which every single one helps to save a species from extinction, namely the black rhino, sea turtle and sloth. To progress this endeavour, Mads built international partnerships with local organisations in South America, Australia and Africa, selling shirts in over 10 countries.
Congratulations to our PPE 2020 Graduates! It has been a very difficult time for many of you, and so you should be very pleased to complete your academic study with us successfully.
See a video of congratulations from Kirk, make sure to keep in touch and once again remember that we are proud of all of your achievements and we hope to see you soon for a proper celebration!
The PPE programme is pleased to announce that our NSS results for 2020 continue to reflect a high level of student satisfaction. Our BA/BSc PPE degree received 91.8% overall satisfaction.
The Philosophy, Politics and Economics departments are also celebrating huge successes in the 2020 NSS results.
A Warwick Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) student was recently selected as a finalist to present her Research in Applied Economics (RAE) paper online at the New Economic Talent competition and went on to win first place.
Ronja Griep, a BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics graduate, has been announced as a Gates Cambridge Scholar for 2020.