- Absence for Medical Reasons from a University Examination for First Degrees
Find out more about the University Student Appeals Process.
- Assessement Conventions
Here you can find the University assessment conventions.
- Assessment Strategy
Details of the Department Assessment Strategy.
- Assessment Strategy - University
Details of the University's Assessment Strategy.
- Assessment submission deadlines
Here you will find the list of assessment submission deadlines
- Awards and Ceremonies
Find out about the University's Awards Ceremonies.
Further details on the University's Chaplaincy.
How to communicate with the Department.
- Complaints and Feedback Procedure
For further information on Academic Complaints and Feedback Procedure.
- Completion of Work
Details of required completion of module work.
- Counselling Service
Information on the University Counselling Services.
- Course Regulations
For further information on our Degree Structures within English and Comparative Literary Studies.
- Degree Classification Conventions
Further information on how your Degree classification is calculated.
- Departmental Senior Tutor
Who the Departmental Senior Tutor is and what is their role.
- Departmental contact details
Where is the English Office located?
- Dignity at Warwick Policy
For further information on the University's Policy.
- Director of Undergraduate Studies
Details of who are the Directors of Undergraduate Studies and their role.
- Disability Services
All information relating to Disability Services.
- Education Officer
The Students' Union Executive includes an Education Officer, Elected by the student body to represent them on University committees. It is part of the Education Officer's role to ensure that the views of students are shared with academic colleagues on the higher committees. The Education Officer can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Electronic Devices
Details of Use of Mobile Phones/Laptops/Tablets and Other Electronic Devices.
- Electronic Module Registration
Details of the Electronic Module Registration system.
- Equal Opportunities Statement
Further information on the University's Equal Opportunity Statement.
Details you need regarding Essays.
- Examination Boards
Details of the Examination Boards within the department can be found here.
- Examination Regulations (Regulation 10)
For further information on Examination Regulations.
Information relating to Examinations.
- Exams Office
Further information on the Univesity's Examinations Office.
Opportunity for spending a year abroad.
- Extension Requests
Details of how to apply for Extensions.
The department aims to provide feedback on Essays via Tabula, 20 working days after submission. You should arrange a convenient time with your tutor to discuss your feedback if required. Details of Feedback deadlines are on the assessment submission document.
The department does not return examination scripts to students. However, tutors can provide you with written feedback if you request it.
Find out about the University's Student Finance Department.
- Fire Evacuation
In the case of a fire alarm, you are expected to leave the Humanities building via the nearest staircase quickly and quietly. The congregation area for the Humanities Building is Car Park 8, the multi-storey carpark next to the Sports Centre. To fail to evacuate the building during any fire alarm may lead to disciplinary action.
If you have any disability that may impede your evacuation from the department you should ask the Department’s Health and Safety Officer or the Department Administrator, in consultation with your Personal Tutor, to prepare a personalised evacuation plan for you. There are also two safety stations in the stair wells where you can seek refuge until help arrives. The contact numbers for the University’s Security Office are posted at these points.
In the event that you see a fire, raise the alarm as quickly as possible and leave the area for a safe place.
- First Degree Regulations
Further information on regulations for First Degrees.
- First Weeks in Term 1
Information on Induction, Enrolment and Students Union.
- Former Students
Further information on Student Funding and who to contact.
- Further Study
- Harmonised First Year Board of Examiners Conventions (including any approved exemptions and specific departmental requirements, e.g. required core modules)
For further information relating to Sexual and Racial Harassment.
- Health Centre
Details of the University's Health Centre.
- Health and Safety within English
For information on Health and Safety within the English Department.
- Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy Statement
Link to the Policy Statement.
- Higher Education Achievement Report
Undergraduate students at all stages of study may access their Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR). This serves as a cumulative, formative record until you graduate, at which stage it is finalised and becomes your formal, official record of study, including module marks and degree classification (and replaces the student transcript)
- IT Services
IT Services Helpdesk is located on the ground floor of the Library building, telephone 024 765 73737 or email email@example.com.
- International Office
Further information of the University International Office.
- Language Centre
Information on the Language Centre.
- Learning Outcomes for English Degrees
A concise description of the intended outcomes of learning from your course, and the means by which these outcomes are achieved and demonstrated.
- Library (Learning Resources)
Information on the Library.
- Marking Criteria
Details on the 20 Point Mark Scale
- Mental Health Team
Do you need any help or advice? Here you can find out who to contact.
- Mitigating Circumstances
Details of Mitigating Circumstances and how to apply.
- Moderation Guidance
- Module Choices
Details of how to make module choices
- Module Evaluation
Feedback from students contributes to the planning and monitoring of modules. You can make a direct impact on the way that modules are taught and organised by completing a module evaluation form. The feedback given by students is discussed by the department. This process can be completely anonymous, allowing you to be honest and fair in your feedback.
- Monitoring and Attendance Policy
Details of the departments policy
Where are the Student Noticeboards?
Find out more about hte University's Childcare provision on Campus.
- Pass Lists
Details of how we display Pass Lists.
- Personal Tutee
Your role as Personal Tutee.
- Personal Tutor
The role of Personal Tutor.
Plagiarism is a form of Cheating, this link provides further information.
Details of prizes awarded from the Department.
- Procedure to be Adopted in the Event of Suspected Cheating in a University Test (Regulation 11)
- Reading Weeks
What are Reading Weeks and when do they happen?
- Recording Lectures by Students
Information on recording Lectures.
- Regulations Governing Student Registration, Attendance and Progress (Regulation 36)
- Regulations Governing the use of University Computing Facilities (Regulation 31)
- Required completion of module work
Whichever degree in the English department you are studying for you need to be aware of the following Policies and Regulations because they affect your results.
- Residential Life Team
Information on Residential Life Team.
Details of when results are availale.
- Revision Sessions
Revision sessions are offered for some modules during the Summer Term. Check the module web pages or with the Module Convenor for details of these sessions.
- Rights and Responsibilities of students
As a student, what should you expect from the university and what you need to be aware of and adhere to as a registered student.
Further information on Campus Support, Security Services.
- Self Certification
The Personal Sickness Certificate (SC2) Form. If you require a form, please collect a form from the University Health Centre which is located on Health Centre Road and can be contacted by telephone on 024 765 24888.
- Smoking Policy
Details of Communication via Social Media.
- Special Examination Arrangements
Further information on how to request Special Examination Arrangements.
- Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD)
Further information if you require further information.
- Staff Details (academic, administrative, support)
Details of staff within the department.
- Student Careers and Skills
How to find out Career and Skills information.
- Student Contact Details
Student Contact Details.
- Student Disciplinary Offences (Regulation 23)
- Student Records
Further information on the University's Student Records Department.
- Student Support Services
Details of Student Support Services.
- Student Wellbeing Service
Details of the Universities Wellbeing Service.
- Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC)
Details on the SSLC.
- Student-Staff Liaison Committee Page
This page is administered by SSLC representatives.
- Students' Union Advice Centre
Find out about the Students Union Independent Advice Centre.
- Study Hours Statement
The Study Hours Statement.
- Teaching Quality
For further information on the Teaching Quality Department.
- Term Dates
Term dates for the academic year.
How to find out about your timetable.
- Timing of the Provision of Feedback to Students on Assessed Work
- Transcripts (HEAR)
Details of how to obtain transcripts.
- Undergraduate Degree Classification Rules
- Undergraduate Progression Requirements for Intermediate Years of Study
- University Calendar
University Calendar can be found at http://warwick.ac.uk/calendar/
- University Senior Tutor
This link provides information on the reasons you may wish to contact the University's Senior Tutor
- University Statements, Policies and Regulations
Whichever degree in the English Department you are studying for, you need to be aware of the Policies and Regulations set out by the University
- Warwick Student Community Statement
Details on the Student Community Statement.
- Year 2 Toolkit
This is a guide to support year 2 students in the preparations for the challenges of Year 2. This is provided by the Central Induction Team, Student Career and Skills.
- Your Future
Employers value the competencies acquired by English graduates. It is not only the content of your degree that appeals to future employers but also the transferable skills you will acquire.
- Your Views
How you can share your views.