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Student Life

Our tight-knit community combines an exuberant and collaborative learning experience with a vibrant extra-curricular scene and supportive pastoral care.

The Warwick Classics Society, our annual drama play, museum trips and site visits, offer the chance to develop your skills in creative and imaginative ways, whilst making new friends.

Classics Society

Our Classics Society is very active, regularly organising socials, parties and a trip abroad every year, and bi-annual visits to interesting sites in the UK (e.g. the Roman cities of York or Chester). By joining the Classics Society you will have the chance to get to know students from across the department and across the degree programmes. Warwick’s Classics Society also plays a vital role in the staging and production of our annual Classical Play.

“The Classics Society offers a fantastic opportunity for those interested in Classics and those studying the course, helping to bridge the gap between academic and social life. We are run by students for students and have them at the heart of all the activities and events planned throughout the year. These events vary from charity pub quizzes to our annual play… The Society is one of the best things about Classics at Warwick and we can’t wait to meet you all!”

Dillon, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology Student and Classics Society President 2019/20

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Artists impression of the exterior of the new Arts Faculty building

The new Faculty of Arts Building will be a landmark space at the heart of campus; a destination for engagement in the humanities and the arts; a hub for public engagement with the arts and nurturing cultural value.

At eight storeys high and 35 metres tall, the Arts building will be one of the tallest buildings on campus when it opens.

Photos show computer generated artists impression of the building.

Artists impression showing a cross section of the new Arts Faculty building

Artists impression of the interior of the new Arts Faculty building