Today Dr Elena Riva who leads our Water and Environmental Management module will collect her Butterworth Memorial Teaching Award
Elena has also been awarded the Warwick Award for Teaching and Learning (WATE) award, which recognises staff who have made a difference in learning and teaching and reward outstanding, inspirational teachers.
APPLYING FOR ACCOMMODATION 2018/2019 -
To make an application for postgraduate accommodation you will need a full time, full year firm or conditional offer of study at Warwick. To make your application you will need:
- Your Warwick University number (this can be found in your offer email)
- To have fully read and understood our allocation policy and accommodation options for new postgraduate students for the 2018/19 academic year
- Applied through the appropriate process if you have any specific accommodation requirements, including health and disability needs
The deadline for priority applications is 31 July 2018 so please make sure you have submitted your application by this date.
You could receive £5000 towards the cost of studying with us, with one of 20 scholarships!
Application deadline is the 29th June, so you will need to apply soon.
You can find more information here.
Promotional Video Recordings
Humanitarian Engineering- Promotional Filming
This week we are excited to be partnering with a creative company in producing some short promotional videos for our Humanitarian Engineering course.
We hope that these videos will give our audience a greater understanding of our vision and what we expect our students will achieve. We look forward to presenting them in the coming weeks- watch this space!
Will you be part of the diversity? Our latest application brings our total number of nationalities represented to 15! With their varied academic & work experiences, it looks a very diverse cohort!
We are still accepting applications, join us to become confident when conversing and interacting through multiple perspectives and develop your capacity to think critically and intelligently when approaching complex global issues.
Tesco launches "unforgettable bag" in Kuala Lumpur in an effort to shift away from single-use plastic bags and reduce pollution.
We follow this idea of what our global responsibility is to respond to the humanitarian challenges we face.
In Yemen, Another Generation Is Being Lost To Conflict”. Shockingly it highlights almost half a million children in Yemen are facing the harsh reality of being stripped of their chance for education due to the conflict.
Our Warwick Retail Group have pledged to reduce single-use plastic, starting with teaming up with students to give away free reusable water bottles, and removing disposable cups from water dispensers.
What would you like to see the University of Warwick do next to help make a more sustainable campus? What would you do as a student?
Our core Global Health module, specifically exploring research by Chanuki Seresinhe (WBS) on the impact of scenic environments on our health and happiness, and the importance of how including beautiful natural elements, such as trees, within a city plan can improve mental health and wellbeing, reducing the stress and anxiety and make a big impact on the health of those leading an urban life.
The Humanitarian Engineering Programme is proudly celebrating World Water Day.
The theme for World Water Day 2018 is ‘Nature for Water’ – exploring nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face. Even today in the 21st century WHO have raised awareness today that only 1 in 4 people in low-income countries have handwashing facilities with soap & water at home. The United Nations have noted that 2 billion people drink unsafe water every day.
We know it’s not just about what we offer on the course that makes students choose to study at Warwick. It is also the fact that Warwick offers a great chance to get involved in all sorts of projects, societies and research while you complete your studies. The level of flexibility offered with the Humanitarian Engineering programme lends itself well to giving you the opportunity to get stuck in!
One of the unique aspects of the Humanitarian Engineering programmes is that all students will get an opportunity to design and decide on their own way of being assessed.
Read more to find out whys student have chosen to be assessed in the past and read what they thought about the experience.
We are excited to see our first cohort taking shape through the applications we are receiving.
Don’t miss out on being part of this diverse group exploring how studying with us can help you play a pivotal a role in the solution of global humanitarian challenges.
Find out about entry requirements and deadlines HERE.
It is not possible to achieve equality and gender justice without water and sanitation. There are millions of women who do not enjoy this human right, which is essential for their survival and dignity.
This topic is discussed in different ways in a number of our modules, most notably in three of our core modules for all our Programmes.