Whatever your interests, there's something for everyone on our lively campus - whether it's visiting the award-winning Warwick Arts Centre, taking advantage of our sports facilities or socialising in our bars and cafés. When you need a change of scenery there are peaceful spots too, with lakes, woodland and green spaces just a few minutes’ walk from central campus.
And with everything you need close at hand, you can get on with enjoying student life, both inside and outside the lecture theatre.
Warwick History Society
The History Society (HistSoc) is one of the largest and best-known societies on campus. It caters for your social and academic needs to help you make the most of your university experience. As part of HistSoc you can take advantage of:
- A community of like-minded people
- Social events
- Sports teams
- Trips, both in the UK and overseas
- Academic support - essay workshops, module fairs, guest speakers and the newly developed mentor scheme
Law, Liberty and Lyric in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic: Martha Fowke Sansom’s Poetry in The Barbados Gazette
WiP Session - Dr Shalini Rudra (CHM, University of Warwick) will address material from the 'What's At Stake in Fake' project.
Doctors Writing about the Gulag
Find out what our students say about studying at Warwick. Our student blogs are written by current students, studying and often living on campus.