Guidelines for students
On this page, you'll find the latest guidance for current students. Please take some time to read it in full or search for your question below.
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As always, the safety and wellbeing of all members of our community and our neighbours continue to be our utmost priority. We're working closely with our community and local public health authorities on the best approach.
The government has released a ‘Living with Covid-19’ plan which details that the remaining legal requirements linked to Covid-19 have been removed.
There are also high levels of immunity and vaccination nationally, meaning we’ve been able to review our approach and the Covid-19 safety measures on campus.
Please check the latest government guidance if you’re travelling to the UK.
See the Immigration and Compliance pages for more information including about your CAS, student visa and immigration.
We strongly recommend that you stay at home if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or any other infectious disease, or if you test positive for Covid-19. You should let your Personal Tutor know, or contact your department Senior Tutor if you’re unable to reach your Personal Tutor.
If circumstances do change, our flexible planning approach means we are able to quickly adapt if required. We'll continue to keep you up to date with the latest updates through these pages, MyWarwick and student newsletters.
Student Wellbeing is very important at Warwick. Wellbeing Support Services provide a range of support, from self-help resources to email counselling and therapy groups. You can also reach out for academic support from your Personal Tutor. Find out more about how you’re supported at Warwick.
If you’re living in halls on campus and need support, for example accessing items if you’re unwell and staying in your room, speak to a member of the Residential Life team.
Although the shielding programme and specific guidance for clinically vulnerable people ended in England in September 2021, we recognise that Covid-19 may still be a greater concern for people who were previously considered to be clinically extremely vulnerable.
If you haven’t already, we strongly encourage you to share information with the relevant services such as the Disability Team, and the Warwick Accommodation and Residential Life Team if you live on campus, so that they let you know about available support. It is also important to share relevant information with your academic department to ensure any appropriate risk assessments can be conducted or/and alternative arrangements can be considered for your studies.
We’ll continue with a blended teaching, learning and assessment model for the rest of this academic year.