These details will be updated in line with the changing situation and as guidelines change for 2021/22.
Our main concern whilst you study at Warwick, is your health. We hope that you and those close to you are staying well, staying safe, and navigating the various stresses and anxieties that everyone is experiencing. We will do whatever we can to help.
The department will work hard to support you throughout your studies at Warwick.. You can keep up-to-date with University announcements on measures they're taking to mitigate this period in their student newsletters. We will summarise decisions that affect you here. We're aware a lot of information will be available, and so have designed this page to highlight the newest updates, and to summarise decisions already made. These will appear below as and when they occur.
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Help and support
At any time, whilst studying at Warwick, you can contact your personal tutor, the Senior Tutor (Dr Liz Barry), and the University’s wellbeing support services if you would like further advice and guidance. Please also stay up to date as the situation progresses with advice and FAQs at www.warwick.ac.uk/coronavirus and use the NHS 111 online service if you feel unwell.