Your Student Newsletter - Week 2
The Student Communications Team
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It's a new week and we have lots of opportunities for you! You can get business support for your ideas, attend the Great Global Careers Festival and Autumn Careers Fair, vote in SU elections, register for the Warwick Law School annual lecture, and select modules for WIISP. Make sure you're looking after your wellbeing and explore ways to improve your work-life balance...

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Student Opportunity and Events

The Great Global Careers Festival

Join us on Saturday 15 October, 10am-2pm, for our Great Global Careers Festival in the Oculus Building! Talk to employers and alumni about where to start looking for a job in the UK and overseas, hear about the Graduate Route visa and how to look for a job in the UK as an international student. We'll be joined by Tata India, Novo Nordisk India and Europe, Huawei China, Standard Chartered Asia, AlphaSights Asia, Avomind Europe, plus many more! Book your place now.

The Autumn Careers Fair

The Autumn Careers fair is on Tuesday 18 October, 11am - 4pm
in Rootes Building. Employers from a wide range of sectors with graduate roles, internships, work experience, and placement opportunities will be at the fair. Organisations attending will include graduate recruiters, not-for-profit and charitable organisations, SMEs and regional and international employers. Book your place now!

Use the Careers Fairs App to find out which employers are attending, what they are offering and who they are keen to speak to. Download the app on iPhone or Android.

Business support at the University of Warwick

Whether you’re working on game-changing, market-disrupting ideas, or think you have a solution to a problem, the Deep Tech Innovation Centre can support you on your journey. If you have a big idea, find out more and apply for support by 14 October. The programme is free, part-time, and open to all innovators. The next cohort starts in November 2022.

Black History Month - Warwick Law School Annual Lecture

The 'Race, Law and the Academy’ lecture will examine conceptual, practical and political dimensions of research on race in the legal academy. It will be held on Tuesday 18 October by Dr Bruce-Jones (Executive Dean of the School of Law at Birkbeck, University of London) and he will draw on his own work and experience, as well as the work of other Black scholars, around the legal concept of race in Europe, historical studies of British colonialism and more. Find out more and register your interest...

Warwick International Intensive Study Programme (WIISP)

Do you want to experience innovative, problem-based learning, studying and networking with students from top international universities? WIISP is a dynamic, intensive, global blended-learning programme in term 3, which offers a variety of cross-departmental modules taught over 2-3 weeks, is currently available for 15 CATS credit and takes place at Warwick, Venice or Brussels (depending on the module).

You can select WIISP modules now via the 'Module Registration' tab on eVisionVisit the websitewatch this video, or join us at our drop-in on Tuesday 11 October, 10am-11.30am, and 12.30pm-2pm in OC1.09, Oculus to find out more. Applications close 17 October.
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Support and safety

Butterfly: winners of Warwick Student Enterprise Fund

The winners of Warwick Student Enterprise Fund have released their new social media app Butterfly which connects Warwick students! Butterfly is "a refreshing new take on social media as it looks to bring out the genuineness of friendships". Download the app to build new connections.

UK Energy Crisis: Student Information and Support Lecture

Join this online event organised by the Energy GRP to help you understand the political landscape of the UK's energy crisis, and take proactive steps to lower your energy bills over the coming months. It's on Thursday 13 October at 5pm-6.15pm. Find out more and register your interest!

Wellbeing: Productivity and work-life balance

It can be challenging at times to find work-life balance, especially at the beginning of the academic year when things are new or you're getting back into pre-summer routines. Why not sign up for our next Steps to Wellbeing session on productivity and work-life balance on Thursday 13 October? Registrations close on 12 October.

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Let's keep the dialogue going

Autumn Elections 2022: Voting Now Open! 

Who do you want to represent you at the SU this year? Find out more about the positions available, read the candidates' manifestos and cast your vote online. Voting closes at 12pm this Friday. 

Best wishes,

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and the Student Communications Team