Our role in the region
We're a forward-facing University supporting the:
We're making it a better place for people who study, live and work here and more sustainable for future generations.
We’re supporting local people to access life-changing opportunities through raising aspirations, education and helping local people in our region into employment
We’re supporting our local economy to thrive by creating opportunities for businesses and industries in our region to grow and develop.
We want our local communities to share the benefits of our place in the region, making it a better place to live, work and visit.
Our region is home to a vibrant culture, from the heritage of Coventry to the diversity of Birmingham. We encourage our communities to support and engage in cultural activities, both on and off campus helping to make our region a healthy and vibrant place.
We’re playing our part in tackling the climate emergency in our region. Building on our existing research and education programmes and our connections to industry and society.
British-grown beans available for purchase this World Pulse Day from Zero Store shops in Stratford-on -Avon and Leamington Spa
West Midlands students inspired at Engineering Industry Day
Tim Clare, Technical Manager, tells us all about The Technician Bootcamp Warwick Arts Centre was involved in with local colleges.
It takes a village: the support needed for early child development - 29 Feb - 1-2pm
Join us for a webinarLink opens in a new window that will focus on the critical aspects of early life, and spotlight the vital role of community and family in supporting children’s development.
Baby Book Club at Warwick Arts Centre in collaboration with Coventry Libraries Services
Join us on the first Tuesday of each month from 12.00-12.30 for a short story session after our Mini Creatives session. Everyone can borrow books for a month of reading.
Every Wednesday until 13 March. Free - just drop by - lots of difference creative sessions to experience.
Family Sundays at Warwick Arts Centre
Family Sunday starts from 14 Jan, and Family Singing starts on 28 Jan.
Mini Creatives is back at Warwick Arts Centre, and it's bigger than ever!
Every Tuesday, 10.30am - 12.30pm Recommended Age: 0 - 4 years and their grown-ups It's FREE, just drop by!
We have a diverse range of activities from Family Sundays to the Out of Whack dance group for visitors aged 50+.
The Resonate Festival of Science and Technology - Day Out! — Resonate Festival - 10 March
Expect experiments, exciting new technology, talks and workshops. You can book your FREE ticket now.
We always have a warm welcome for everyone. Open 8.30am - 10pm daily.
Free creative activities.
Resonate year-round events programme
Resonate is a year-round programme of inspiring and interactive events for all ages to spark ideas, curiosity and creativity across Coventry and Warwickshire.