WELCOME TO WARWICK CONGRESS

26th-27th January 2019

Warwick Congress is an entirely student run initiative that aims to bridge the gap between Finance, Economics, Politics and Law. Our goal is to unite these disciplines through talks and seminars given by leading academics and industry professionals in their relevant field.
Our main event of the year is our conference, to be held on 26th-27th January 2019.
Speeches
Career seminars
Meet the Speakers
Exclusive Networking Event
Panel Debates
Grand Gala

Previous speakers include…

Gavin Hewitt
BBC News Editor
Jean-François Mazaud
Head of Societe Generale Private Banking
Diana Wallis
Former Vice President of the European Parliament
Sir Vince Cable
Leader of the Liberal Democrats

Our Partners

Warwick Congress is an exciting up and coming group of bright minds that are engaged in understanding and improving the world […] this is precisely the sort of thing that helps ensure that young people are not idle passengers of change but act instead as agents of it.

Brian Klaas, former advisor to the Democratic party (US)

I think Warwick Congress is fantastic, I think the way that you are bringing together people from different disciplines creates really interesting discussion

Siobhan Benita, Co-Director of the Warwick Policy Lab

What makes Warwick Congress different is its ability to mobilise around the big issues of the day, create a forum for us to debate these issues, and bring some very different opinions and very different perspectives on how to crack some of the major issues of our time

Noel Gordon, Chairman of NHS Digital

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