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Student Wellbeing


to our Wellbeing pages. In The School of Modern Languages and Cultures we take both your general wellbeing and your academic progress very seriously; indeed, usually the two are related. You will find links on this page to services which can support you during your studies and to colleagues who have special responsibilities for supporting particular aspects of student wellbeing. You will also find links to paperwork which needs to be completed to notify us of particular requests, for instance to suspend your studies. It is best to communicate openly with your personal tutor about any difficulties you may be experiencing, or alternatively with your department Senior Tutor. We always try to be both supportive and approachable.

How to...

register Mitigating Circumstances

apply for Special Exam Arrangements

apply for Temporary Withdrawal (suspending your studies) see also Funding Advice

apply for extension to summative essay

apply for Religious Observance

register a concern or complaint

lodge an Academic Appeal


Mon 03 Dec '18
Warwick graduate’s film on mental health a contender for Arts Convergences Prize

Recent Warwick graduate and filmmaker Dorothy Allen-Pickard’s short film called ‘THE MESS’ (‘Le Désordre’) about bipolar disorder is a contender for the Arts Convergences prize for videos on the theme of mental health.