Welcome to Liberal Arts at Warwick!
Congratulations on your exam results and for meeting the conditions of your offer. I'm Gavin, the Director of Student Experience, and I've been the one overseeing the admissions process for Liberal Arts. I was really excited by the wonderful applications we received this year from students all over the world; your interests and experiences range across the full spectrum, and I think this will be one of our most diverse cohorts yet. Liberal Arts at Warwick is about bringing our individual strengths and interests together to create unique interventions in a complex world. With each year, it becomes more and more apparent that the diversity of our community is its key strength. We can’t wait to see what new developments this year will bring as we reconvene and move into new areas of inquiry.
You'll start to get a lot of information from us over the coming weeks about how to enrol, advice on starting to think about module choices, and lots of advice. Please keep an eye on your inboxes, and do get in touch with any questions.
Below you will find a number of links and resources that you may find helpful. On the left you will find links to the Student Handbook (accessible to registered students), which provides detailed guidance on your programme. You’ll also find information about modules and course structure. In the centre, you can find information about student support and welfare; we take your health and wellbeing (including mental health) very seriously, and can provide a range of support options. On the right, you can find links to a range of services related to study abroad opportunities, careers and skills training (including work placement help), and information about our Student-Staff Liaison Committee, the primary formal structure for communicating feedback to the department.
Director of Undergraduate Studies for Liberal Arts
Find out more about what's ahead
See the Welcome to Warwick page for help with arriving at Warwick.
Meet our staff to start getting to know the department.
Look through our Year 1 Modules to get a feel for the reading lists.
Take a look through the Student Handbook.