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About the campus

We support a diverse and welcoming community, and we want everyone connected with us to thrive and reach their potential. We're always looking at ways to improve the campus environment to deliver a space that's both welcoming and enriching.

Our campus is always developing - both our buildings and our minds

The National Automotive Innovation Centre in the Lord Bhattacharyya Building focuses on developing novel technologies to reduce dependency on fossil fuels and to cut down CO2 emissions.

The new Mathematical Sciences Building is the most energy-efficient building on campus. It supports out Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science departments in the work they do that has a profound impact on our society, our communities and our cities.

The recently-opened Sports and Wellness Hub supports our vision to have the most active campus in the UK by 2030. Open to staff, students and the local community, it offers world-class facilities including a sports hall, a flexible swimming pool, fitness suites and climbing walls.

Still to come

Our campus will see investment and development for many years, with environmentally-sustainable projects to support every aspect of Warwick life.

The Warwick Arts Centre 20:20 refurbishment and extension project will see the creation of a new art gallery, three HD digital auditoria and more open spaces for eating, drinking and socialising, while the Faculty of Arts building will nurture culture, creativity and innovation whilst providing an open space for all.

The Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building will facilitate research on understanding more on the body and brain, with the aim of finding new ways to extend healthy life spans.

Our campus will see investment and development for many years to come, with environmentally-sustainable projects to support every aspect of Warwick life.

Photo of The Oculus building
The Oculus is a dedicated teaching building with innovative teaching resources and social learning spaces.
Photo of the Bluebell residences
Our student accommodation came 15th in the 2017 UK Times Higher Education student experience survey.
Photo of our Arts Centre
Warwick Arts Centre is one of the UK’s largest, with a diverse programme of cinema, performing and visual arts.
Photo of our Mechanochemical Cell Biology Building
In the Mechanochemical Cell Biology Building our researchers blur the boundaries of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
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Our 24 hour Library, as well as housing 1000s of books, has study spaces, collections, quiet spaces and more.
Photo of our Materials and Analytical Sciences building
The Materials and Analytical Sciences Building is a cutting edge research complex for interdisciplinary work.
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Our many public realm spaces are places to relax, be inspired and energised, meet friends or try something new.
Photo of our public spaces
The Students’ Union nightlife and event programmes runs all year, with many opportunities to meet new people, try new activities and join societies.
Photo of our WMG buildings
WMG is one of the world’s leading research and education groups for manufacturing, designing solutions and overcoming challenges.
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Our Warwick Business School is world-renowned with courses ranked in the world top 10.
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Our campus has huge amounts of green space to enjoy, including lakes, woodland and open fields.
Photo of Scarman House
In our four purpose-built Conference Venues, we work to realise the goals of our customers.
Photo of Lynchgate Car Park
We have a long-term strategy to replace and upgrade our campus car parks for our staff and visitors.

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