Research at Warwick will be internationally recognised as world class with impact and purpose: to change the world – making lives healthier, fairer, safer, more just and resilient, and more enriched.
Warwick’s research is already world class. The academic quality of our publications is outstanding. The value of so much of our research is felt in communities, businesses and economies locally, nationally and internationally.
Our aspiration for 2030 is to lead, influence and support positive change in the world more than ever before. We will expand our science, technology, engineering and mathematics most significantly, while maintaining and growing our existing strengths in arts, social sciences and medicine.
By developing a wider range of partnerships with industry and business, public authorities and agencies, charities and cultural organisations, we will increase our impact on the world beyond, as well as within, academia.
Furthermore, we will not shy away from being more provocative, working with and challenging governments and other policy makers.
Disciplinary and interdisciplinary excellence will produce transformative solutions to multidisciplinary global challenges. This will be achieved by nurturing the contributions of our talented community of staff, students and partners. Our emphasis on methodological rigour and on research integrity will be a crucial underpinning.