Welcome Week 2019-20
Tuesday 24 September 2019
First Year Meet and Greet Maths and Stats Foyer
An opportunity for you to meet your fellow first year students and talk to some of our second and third years who can answer your questions and give you advice.
First Year Module Fair Maths and Stats Foyer
Our first year module fair is designed to give you a taste of the various optional modules you can take in your first year, and gives you the chance to talk to module convenors and students about which modules suit your interests.
New Students Cream Tea Social Panorama Rooms, Rootes Building
A relaxed social event for new undergraduates and postgraduates to mingle, meet your personal tutor groups and enjoy a very English afternoon tea!
Wednesday 25 September 2019
Supporting You: Academic and Wellbeing Induction R0.21
A short introduction to your degree and what your personal tutor can do to support both your academic success and your personal wellbeing in your time with us.
OPTIONAL DROP-IN SESSION: Department Open Hour H305 and H305
A chance to come and meet some of the academic and professional staff in the department, with refreshments available in H303 and H305. Come with any queries you have about modules, your interests, or your course or just drop in for a chat! Interested in the research of one of our staff members? Drop in and ask about it!
OPTIONAL DROP-IN SESSION: Joint Degree Induction (for joint degree students with History as home department) LIB2
A session to support those of you on the following joint degree programmes:
- History and Philosophy
- History and Sociology
- History and Politics
Being a Historian Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre
What does it mean to be a historian? An informal talk by members of the department, discussing what it means to be a historian, the key skills and strengths to be a good historian, and the role we play in society.
Joint Degree Induction (for joint degree students with a different department as home department) LIB2
A session to support those of you on joint degree programmes not administered by History, including English and History, GSD and History and Languages and History degrees. This is for students who have not otherwise been present for History welcome week events, as a chance to meet the department and ask any questions.
Thursday 26 September 2019
You're here! Now what do you do? Oculus Building
Multiple sessions throughout the building with tips on how to make the most of your time at Warwick, enjoy your degree and make that transition from school to university. Talk to our academics, student ambassadors, and representatives from HistSoc, Warwick's student run history society.