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Graduations 2013

Congratulations to all our graduates! We wish you every success in your future careers and hope you enjoyed your ceremonies.


You can find out what your fellow graduates said on twitter and join the conversation at #warwickgrad. And don't forget to keep up with the full coverage on our Storify page.

And please do send us your photos and memories of the day. We'd love to hear from you.


Share your feedback with us, and let us know about your experience.


We caught up with our graduates on their big day and asked them to tell us about their time at Warwick...

Q. What was your favourite moment from your time at the University?

Q. What advice would you give anyone thinking about studying at the University of Warwick?

Q. What is your proudest moment from your time here at Warwick?

Q. What is your favourite thing about the campus?

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Honorary Degrees

As well as celebrating student successes, honorary degrees were awarded to distinguished men and women who have made important contributions to cultural, intellectual, social, economic or political life. This year's recipients were:

Leslie Valiant Hon DSc, Jan de Vries Hon DLitt, Dominic Cooke Hon DLitt, Sir Paul Nurse Hon DSc, Michael Mackenzie Hon LLD, Ruth Jones Hon DLitt, Adrian Lester Hon DLitt, Professor Anne Marie Slaughter Hon LLD, Professor Robert Calderbank Hon DSc and Gregory Doran Hon DLitt.

Read the full biogs of our Honorary grads.

Outstanding Student Contribution Awards

A huge well done to our winners of the 2013 OSCAs: Muhammad Ali Chaudhry, Siraj Datoo, Aimee Hardaker, Jure Jeric and Sophie Potter. The five winners received their awards during the degree congregations. Find out more about our OSCA-winning students.

Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence

The Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence give students and colleagues the opportunity to recognise and celebrate excellence in teaching and the support of learning throughout the nominee’s career at the University. This year's winners are: Christine Smith - LDC (Butterworth Award), Antony Brewerton - Library, Robin Naylor – Economics, Louise Gracia - WBS and Ashley Roberts - WBS. Find out more about the WATE winners in Communicate.