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Student Research

We offer grants to support the development of original, student-led research that is innovative and unique.

Student Performances

We also offer grants for students who want to create and develop performance based projects on campus.

Performance Festival Bursaries

For student-led performances taking place at external festivals (up to £500).

Space to learn

Teaching and learning spaces on campus managed by IATL which student groups and societies are welcome to book



IATL interdisciplinary modules

Available for credit at undergraduate and postgraduate level to students from all departments

Humanitarian Engineering Msc

For students from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, this new programme will equip you to tackle global problems in an interdisciplinary way

Student Ensemble & Emerge

Find out more about Emerge Festival and the Student Ensemble: a performance group that creates participatory events

Work with IATL

Student involvement is key to our work and we regularly recruit students to work with us on a range of exciting projects

IATL events

We host events throughout the year and students are always welcome



Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research

Our interdisciplinary journal, giving you the chance of publishing your research.

International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR)

An annual two-day event using video links to connect undergraduate researchers from around the globe. Come along to the next conference on the 25-26th September 2018.

Support and guidance

Help on writing an abstract, presenting your research and networking at conferences

Details of IATL-funded projects

IATL have funded and supported over 100 exciting and innovative student-led projects

Other opportunities

Funding and support for Warwick students to present at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) and Posters in Parliament


Featured - A Being Objective

Featured content

Watch the short film 'A Being Objective' from the IATL-funded project of the same name.