The Faculty of Arts is an exciting and growing part of the University of Warwick. Our excellent departments, schools and research centres offer a variety of outreach and widening participation activities and projects specially designed for students, teachers and parents.
On these pages, you can learn more about university life and the student experience. You can also access online resources, which will tell you more about studying Arts and Humanities subjects at Warwick. These pages are designed to give you guidance and information on the departments with the Faculty, in particular on what outreach support we provide, how you can visit us or we can engage with you, as well as providing resources linked to Arts specific interests and events.
If you would like to enquire about any outreach opportunities within the Arts Faculty, please contact us on email@example.com.
We offer a range of activities for students across the curriculum ranging from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 5.
Explore the resources available from some of our Arts Departments.
Hear from some of our current students from within the Faculty of Arts. They share their journeys and stories about studying at Warwick and highlight top tips for future students.
Throughout the year we provide opportunities for school groups to visit our campus and learn about the university. We also offer a range of activities and digital resourcesLink opens in a new window through both our Widening Participation and Student Recruitment Teams.
The Faculty of Arts contributes towards a range of Widening Participation programmes and initiatives, including UniTracksLink opens in a new window, Sutton Trust Summer SchoolLink opens in a new window and Warwick ScholarsLink opens in a new window.
We run a wide range of events and activities targeted at state school educated students, students from low socio-economic backgrounds and students who come from neighbourhoods where there is low progression to higher education.
Our recruitment and application processes are designed to support students with the potential to succeed at the University and we are committed to ensuring that every application is treated fairly and judged on its merits. Our approach considers educational and individual context in our offer making to provide a rounded understanding of academic potential and achievement. We ensure we consider talented applicants from all backgrounds.
The Faculty of Arts School Impact Network is a working group comprising Faculty of Arts researchers, research support staff, and local school teachers.
It was set up to explore how our researchers in the Arts and Humanities might tailor their work to address the needs, challenges and aspirations of school students and their teachers.