All departments at Warwick are adopting a blended approach to learning, comprising in-person teaching on campus and online teaching. How this is organised and structured works slightly differently from department to department in order to ensure teaching is specific and tailored to the discipline being studied. The guidelines we have posted here speak to the modules you are studying in English and Comparative Literary Studies. These modules all begin EN-.
If you're registered on English and Theatre, modules beginning TH- are administered in Theatre Studies. If you're registered on English and History, modules beginning HI- are administered in History. You will be able to see whether your classes are being taught in-person on campus or online on your timetable. If you do have any questions, please contact the convenors of these degrees: Dr Matt Franks for English and Theatre; Dr Michael Meeuwis and Dr Stuart Middleton for History.
If you're enrolled on a degree housed in another department, Film and Literature, Philosophy and Literature, Philosophy, Literature, and Classics, Classics and English, English and French, English and Hispanic, English and Creative Writing, you will be emailed guidance on how your term will work directly from your home departments (Film and TV; Philosophy; Classics; SMLC).