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Why should you get involved in student media?

Freshers, welcome. Everyone else, welcome back! It’s a new year at Warwick, and a new term filled with stuff to get your teeth stuck in to. Besides the wonders of academic excellence that Warwick has to offer, student media here at Warwick have a lot of exciting things planned for this year that you should definitely get involved in, whether you’re a returning student or starting afresh.
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All work and no pay

Photography: thinkpublic

I started work experience 6 years before I expect my career to begin, and it’s going to be worth it.

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A deluded education culture

Photography: Flickr, Xin Li 88

The education culture today is deluded, and how we see different subjects is damaging to the system itself.

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Work experience troubles

After sending off my BBC News application after over six weeks of writing it (I gave it a rest during exams) I was surprised at the rapid response of my rejection the next morning. Hours of writing about my ‘suitability’, ‘education’ and ‘experience’ about a placement for the BBC resulted in five seconds of skimming an email to tell me I’m unsuccessful and they can provide no feedback as to why.

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Warwick confirms fee rise to £9,000 for 2012


The University has announced today, March 23, that it intends to raise its fees for undergraduate home and EU students to £9,000 for students studying at Warwick from 2012, pending approval from the Office for Fair Access (OFA).

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