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Outreach and Schools’ Resources

Widening participation resources for students and teachers

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.

University explained

There are lots of misconceptions about what it is like to go to university; from living in halls and making friends, to student finance and employability.

We've compiled these useful resources to help prospective students understand what to expect at university.

Student stories

Theatre and Global Sustainable Development Studies student, Angelo talks about his experience of studying in the Arts Faculty at Warwick.

Explore more student stories.

Contextual data in admissions

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 University may make differential offers to applicants in a number of circumstances of up to 2 A level grades or up to 4 International Baccalaureate points lower than the standard offer for entry to that course (to a minimum of BBB).

Find out more about contextual offers.

Teacher and student resources

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:

Theatre and Performance Studies

Classics and Ancient History

Global Sustainable Development


Library and Modern Records Centre