Our Centre for Lifelong Learning focuses on enabling adult learners to achieve their personal and professional goals by accessing a Warwick education, irrespective of background.
- 42 students on the Warwick Gateway to HE: Social Studies over the year (April 2017 and Nov 2017)
- 230 students on 2+2 Degrees (full-time, offered in conjunction with local colleges)
- 184 students studying on the Foundation Degree programme
- Short course programme attracts over 105 registration over the year
- 165 students on the Initial Teacher Training programme - FE and Skills Sector
- 75 students on our Part-Time Degree programme
- 33 students on our BA Hons top-up degrees
Widening Participation - raising aspirations, improving access.
We're committed to enhancing access to higher education for all those who aspire to study at university, regardless of background, and to ensuring that Warwick's student body is repesentative of local and national communities.
Financial support for undergraduates
We offer generous financial support through bursaries and scholarships, including the Warwick Scholars programme.
We support disadvantaged and talented students to progress to higher education through targeted programmes, summer schools and mentoring.
We work with local authorities, schools and colleges to reach those students who are least likely to enter higher educatin, including projects supporting looked-after children.
We're supporting A level work and teacher CPD through pioneering academic programmes and attainment-raising bootcamps.
Two innovative schemes, UniTracks and Sutton Scholars, support highly able students aged 12-18 to achieve their potential and enter the most selective higher education courses and institutions.
Access to the professions
We support access to Banking and Finance and Law through two schemes aimed at students aged 14-18, providing opportunities to learn about the study and practice of these professions and gain valuable work experience.
Working with 15 leading universities through the national Realising Opportunities programme, to promote fair access and social mobility of students from under-represented groups,aged 16-18.
A Foundation Year pathway preparing 25 students for degree-level study at our world-leading Warwick Business School.