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Prospective Students

Liberal Arts at Warwick is a way of approaching what matters most to you. You will draw on knowledge from a range of disciplines to address complex problems, including those in the humanities and social sciences. You will design your degree by choosing a pathway, closely supported by our expert tutors. This course balances breadth and depth, giving you flexibility with your module choices whilst ensuring you graduate with specific expertise in your area of interest.

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Offer holders

Have you received an offer from us? Congratulations! Find out what's next and take a look at recommended texts and videos from our staff and student ambassadors.

Student life

We are a close-knit, supportive, and inclusive community. Our students feel a sense of belonging in our department, as well as enjoying all that the wider-University has to offer.


Overall satisfaction for Liberal Arts students at Warwick

(The National Student Survey 2021)

Liberal Arts bloggers

Krishna, sat in a coffee shop smiling at the camera

"Hi! I’m Krishna, I am currently a third year student, studying Liberal Arts with a Specialist Interest pathway in Health and Disease. I transferred into a Liberal Arts degree in 2019. It was in fact, one of the best decisions I made!"

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"Hi, I’m Jagoda. I'm a third year Liberal Arts student studying a pathway in Culture and Sustainability, meaning I take modules from the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, and Global Sustainable Development. I’m also a member of WarwickSnow, Netball, Pole and Aerial Society."

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Previous blogger

"My name is Olamide and studying Liberal Arts at Warwick has been the best decision I've ever made! The Department is so supportive and I am constantly pushing myself to learn new things. I post about my degree as well as my extra curricular activities which consist of radio, drama, film and more. I hope you enjoy my posts."

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Frequently asked questions

  • "What is Liberal Arts?"
  • "How will I be taught?"
  • "Can I study a language module?"

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to find out more about topics such as modules, assessments, study abroad, and work placements.

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