Thinking about studying PPE?
PPE - Philosophy, Politics and Economics - is a very successful and well-established degree programme at the University of Warwick.
Join us in our series of Live Chats to learn more about the course, chat with our current students and ask your questions.
What are live chats?
Live chats give you the opportunity to speak with staff and current students from the PPE programme in real time. Live chats are open to all, and enable prospective students from the UK, EU and internationally to enquire or ask questions.
Who am I messaging?
Each chat will be administered by an academic or administrative member of the PPE department.
Our student chats will also include current PPE students who will be able to share their experiences of studying the degree and what it is like to live at the University of Warwick.
At the beginning of each live chat, the members of the chat will introduce themselves so that you know who you are talking with.
What questions should I ask?
All questions will be answered, so feel free to ask anything - what modules and subjects you can study; what societies there are; what opportunities for study abroad there are etc. This is your chance to ask us your questions.
What if I can't make the chat?
After our live chats, we will make the transcripts of the sessions available so that you can catch up with our conversations.
If you have a specific question, please feel free to email the PPE office on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to speaking with you soon!
Upcoming Live Chats
We don't have any upcoming Chats at this time.
If you have any questions, please contact the PPE Office on ppeoffice at warwick dot ac dot uk
Live Chat Transcripts
Laura and Mo, current PPE students, answer questions on why they chose to study PPE, what modules they study and what makes Warwick such a special place to study.
PPE students Ciara, Sophie, Laura and Mo share their favourite things about Warwick, tips on writing a personal statement and what a typical week looks like for a PPE student.