Not only is it one of the biggest free family musicals in the UK, Godiva was also our last event of the summer. The SAS team headed out to the Memorial Park in Coventry on the 1 and 2 of September in the 22oc heat to meet the local community and discuss options to return to study.
A foster mum from Nuneaton has graduated from the University of Warwick’s Centre for Lifelong Learning with a first class degree.
Julie Marziano, who is 51, received her BA honours degree in Health and Social Policy during Warwick’s summer graduation ceremonies.
Joining the Centre for Lifelong Learning is both an exciting and nervous time, especially for students returning to education after a long period of time or students who are taking the next step in furthering their education. To help with your next step, our students have come up with their top tips on joining CLL.
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...