The Undergraduate Research Support Scheme enables undergraduate students to carry out an interdisciplinary summer research project. The scheme is open to any UG student at Warwick of a full-time or part-time course, in any year including first and final year students.
This student-led co-creation project seeks to provide a one-stop-shop for resources, information and guidance about creating, accessing and studying modules with digital assessment opportunities in the Faculty of Arts. The site offers support and training to both staff and students in an equal space that builds up digital proficiency for everyone regardless of age or position.
The Study Buddies Academic Writing Bootcamps are all day sessions where you can write, read and work on your assessment in a focused and supportive working environment. At each Study Buddies session an academic will be on hand all day to provide guidance and support with assessments.
What students have said about previous Study Buddies sessions:
Please note that no face to face Study Buddies sessions will be running this term
- 'Loved the ability to get feedback on work. Love the location and the ability to discuss with fellow students of similar disciplines about their work. The food and hot drinks and fruit'.
- 'The supportive environment and the access to coffee'
- 'Interactive with students and professors'
- 'the fact that people are there for the same reason that I am, and that if you need help, there is always someone who listens to you'
This student-led research and public engagement project explored the history of the Arts Faculty and student experience at the University of Warwick. Undergraduate and postgraduate students from across the Arts Faculty worked collaboratively to conduct archival research at the Modern Records Centre and Students’ Union and interviews with past and present staff and students.
To explore the Project further, visit the online exhibition here.
The Faculty of Arts is thrilled to promote digital learning and teaching innovation through the Digital Arts Lab, engaging its students with new technologies that help them create art and new ways to experience it.
We are calling all undergraduate arts students to help us bring this digital laboratory to life! This is a space for you to share your work and explore others’, in the annual Digital Arts Laboratory Showcase and Competition.
You’ll be able to submit your best academic work created through or about digital tools. Join us in celebrating the best art created through technology and immersive practices. We can’t wait to show you off to the rest of the Warwick Community! To view submissions and winners from last year's Showcase click here.
Staff and students in the Faculty of Arts have co-created an online learning resource for students to access before they start their course at Warwick. The asynchronous resource includes a mixture of video and interactive activities which introduces students, pre-arrival, to life and learning at University and, hopefully, dispels some of the anxieties around coming to University. Current students can access the Moodle resource here.
Funded by WIHEA