In April Sir Paul Nurse, President of the Royal Society and Nobel Prize Winner, unveiled the latest addition to science research facilities on campus by officially opening the £6 million Mechanochemical Cell Biology Building at Warwick Medical School.
The University has just signed an agreement with Lloyds Banking Group to provide support for 15 home undergraduate students a year from low income backgrounds.
The University has strong ties with our alumni in Hong Kong and we have been grateful for the support of the Warwick community there, whether that’s through helping new students at orientation, mentoring or funding scholarships through the WGAHK.
Lucky students starting Warwick for the autumn 2012 term are among the first to move into our newest Halls of Residence, Bluebell and Sherbourne.
The Times Good University Guide for 2013 has ranked Warwick as one of the UK’s top ten Universities, and given no less than 18 of Warwick’s degree programmes a top ten. Warwick is ranked eighth overall in the UK and remains the top ranked university in the Midlands.
New York’s mayor Michael R Bloomberg and New York University’s president John Sexton announced in April an historic agreement between New York City, New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority and a consortium of world-class academic institutions (including Warwick – the only European university in the agreement) and technology companies which will lead to the creation of a Center for Urban Science and Progress in New York.