A Liberal Arts education is based on the idea of acquiring knowledge that helps to define a free, active, and engaged global citizen. At Warwick, Liberal Arts has been reinvented to prepare future leaders for the world's most pressing challenges and concerns.
At Warwick, we have reimagined what a Liberal Arts education means for the twenty-first century by focusing on problems, not disciplines. As a Liberal Arts student, the questions you will ask matter as much as the answers. Through Problem-Based Learning, you'll engage with a wide range of theories and methodologies to address your own intellectual and practical questions. You'll work to address complex problems from a variety of perspectives, including the social, political, scientific and historic. Our transdisciplinary approach will equip you with the critical thinking skills that a humanities education provides without sacrificing the specific technical grounding you need to lead effectively in the sciences and social sciences.
Unlike combined honours or other liberal education programmes, Liberal Arts at Warwick provides you with exactly as much in-depth focus as you need, built on Warwick’s world-leading research and teaching expertise. With dedicated staff to help you at every step of the way, you will design a degree which develops in-depth expertise in your area of interest, and helps you to answer the questions which most motivate you.
Studying Liberal Arts at Warwick will also open many opportunities to gain broader experience, from tailor-made professional development certificates and unique work placement opportunities, to publishing your research and in the huge range of societies and sports clubs on offer.
We are offering an excellent opportunity for students to hear from academic staff and current students from our Liberal Arts Department. The event will be hosted at our London premises in King’s Cross. At the event, you will find out what Liberal Arts is and, specifically, what Liberal Arts at Warwick looks like, the admissions criteria for Warwick, our exciting study abroad and work placement opportunities, and details about the range of Disciplinary Interest and Special Interest Pathways available on this course.
Date and Time: 5.00pm - 7.00pm Wednesday 22nd January 2020
Light refreshments will be provided. Students, teachers and parents most welcome.