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Warwick Q-Step Centre

Our Aims

The Warwick Q-Step Centre was established to host the Q-Step programme at the University of Warwick. The aim of this Programme is to help deliver 'a step-change' in quantitative skills within one of the strongest UK and global Social Science Faculties.


  • Contributing to the step-change required to address the UK’s national ‘deficit’ in quantitative methods;

  • Delivering (through our host deprtments) new undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in quantitative methods;

  • Peparing students to work in ways that help them to understand, participate and intervene in today’s data-driven digital society;

  • Positioning Warwick as one of the leading universities of the digital age.

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Spring Camp 2019

On 18 and 19 March 2019 Warwick Q-Step Centre hosted its fourth annual Quantitative Methods Spring Camp on the theme of Social Media Analysis. The event was a great success and we saw our highest attendance rate yet in our Spring Camp series

New Q-Step Videos

Hear what our students think about the Warwick Q-Step degrees and placements, watch our new videos.

Q-Step Centre Hosts Nuffield Research Placement Students

The Q-Step Centre was delighted to welcome 3 Nuffield Research Placement students pver the summer vacation. The students, all from sercondary schools in the Birmingham/Coventry area, spent 4 weeks working on a data-related research project entitled Social class and prosocial behaviour.

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Q-Step Programme Review Visit

We are delighted to be welcoming representatives from Nuffield onto campus on Monday 14 May 2018 for the Q-Step Programme Review. The review will consist of a series of sessions with current Warwick Q-Step staff, students and others involved in the programme over the course of the day.

Upcoming Events

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New Q-Step Option Modules


The Q-Step Centre is offering a number of exciting new quantitative option modules this session, which are intended to appeal to a broader range of social siences and humanities students:

Experiments in the Social Sciences and Humanities

Determinants of Democracy: Analysing Emergence, Survival, and Fall

Public Opinion