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Global Influence

The strategic and applied research that we undertake has had a global impact for over 30 years. Driven by research teams that combine both industrial and academic excellence, we apply academic rigour to real world scenarios. Our people are recognised as experts in their respective fields and work with entrepreneurial leaders in global companies. By establishing collaborative partnerships we are able to deliver conventional and non-conventional solutions that make a significant impact both on economic growth and society.

We work with entrepreneurial leaders in organisations of all sizes located and operating all around the world. Many of these are global leaders in their respective marketplace, for example, Bharat Forge, China Aerospace, GE Healthcare, Goodrich, IBM, Nikon, Larsen and Toubro, PTC, Siemens and TVS Motor Company.

As advocates of manufacturing, innovation and technology, our senior staff provide policy advice to the UK government and research organisations. We also provide advice to many overseas governments, who have visited the Group to study how we operate, in order to develop similar initiatives in their own countries. We have hosted many high profile international visits to show the impact that can be created when universities work with businesses.

Through our education programmes, our vision is to create a future generation of leaders with the high-level know-how and research experience that is essential to compete in a global environment defined by high impact. They will be adept at working in multi-disciplinary teams and exceptionally well networked internationally, with demonstrable entrepreneurial flair.

We work with global companies to train their key executives in the skills to become effective leaders. Whether at Warwick or through one of our international collaborative centres across the globe, companies can be confident that their future leaders will raise the bar for management of global companies.


Ratan Tata visits IIPSI

Overseas education programmes

Key Contact
David Mullins
Director of International and External Affairs