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Undergraduate Open Days

History at Warwick asks you to look critically at the motivations, context and characters behind the events that define world history from the Renaissance to the present day. We want to welcome you to the department and give you an overview of our History course, including information about our joint degrees and options for study abroad.

Undergraduate Open Days give you the chance to get a feel for what life and learning might be like at Warwick. Talk to staff and current undergradaute students and take a guided tour of campus and explore the environment. We look forward to seeing you soon!

 

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Open Days

Meet academics and students, discover campus and explore the environment.

Talk to staff and current undergradaute students. Our Undergraduate Open Days give you the chance to get a feel for what life and learning might be like at Warwick.

See upcoming dates here

Faculty of Arts Building

FAB

We cannot wait to show you our brand new Faculty of Arts Building!

“'The new Faculty of Arts Building (the FAB) is all about collaboration: between the architects, the contractors, our Estates team and the Arts Faculty in creating a student-focused and community space. While providing a collective home for all the Arts and Humanities disciplines, it is a building for the whole of the University as well as for engagement with the wider community. It will facilitate and enrich research and teaching collaboration between disciplines and co-creation with our students, a place for everyone to enjoy and thrive."

Professor Penny Roberts

Vice-Provost and Chair of the Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Arts Building

Virtual Open Days

Hear from one of our expert academics and get a taste of what’s it’s like to study History at Warwick. Come and immerse yourself in the topics you could be learning about.

Previous sessions included:

  • A History of the Holocaust. Dr Anna Hajkova
  • Making Things Talk. Prof. Anne Gerritsen
  • Money and Machines. Dr James Posket

Anyone new can register on the site and they will also be able to watch the previous session recordings.