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CLL kicks off the Summer with FREE Seminars for prospective students and locals

Summer has officially started with a three-week heatwave warming up the UK and getting everyone into the holiday spirit.


"When I graduated in 2005, I was extremely proud of what I had achieved. My family were there on the day to see me graduate and they were delighted for me."

Alison works as a Job Search Adviser in Student Careers and Skills at the University of Warwick and became an accredited R2 Strengths practitioner in May 2016. She is also a graduate of the Centre for Lifelong Learning, completing her BA in Health and Social Policy in 2005. She has also worked in Student Recruitment and Marketing since graduation.

We caught up with her to hear her story almost 13 years on...


"You can do it and you absolutely should be here! Don't listen to the voice inside your head that says you can't."

Sharon works as Chief of Staff at the University of Warwick, providing high-level and broad-ranging advice and senior executive support to the Vice-Chancellor and the Executive Team. She is also a Graduate at the Centre for Life Long Learning, graduating in 2004.

She shares with us her Warwick Story and how she found joining the CLL Community and moving into her new career after graduating.


University Awards 2018 - Global Contribution Longlister, Emma Langley

"It took me completely by surprise when I received the email about my nomination. It is lovely to be appreciated, so thank you to the student who nominated me."


Career Studies, Course Director Phil McCash is awarded PhD

Principal Teaching Fellow and Course Director in Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education, Dr Phil McCash has been awarded his PhD. Congratulations Phil for all the hard work.

Fri 04 May 2018, 14:47

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