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Student Life

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Our campus is home to students and staff from many different backgrounds and countries. This inclusive and cosmopolitan atmosphere gives Warwick its vibrancy and characteristic 'buzz'. We value your individuality and provide an environment where you can be yourself and form life-long friendships.

The Students' Union at the University of Warwick supports over 300 student societies and sports clubs, so you'll have many opportunities to meet people, learn valuable skills and try new things. The SU runs a packed programme of events including gigs, karaoke, open-mic nights and pub quizzes.

Warwick Arts Centre is one of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK and hosts many arts and cultural activities.

Engineering Society

Warwick Engineering Society is an award winning student-run hub for Warwick engineers to network, socialise, learn and make the most of their university life. With an all-inclusive community of over 600 members, there's sure to be something for you.

Warwick Women in Engineering & Science

Warwick Women in Engineering & Science is an engaging student group focused on promoting and creating a diverse and inclusive STEM industry. WWES is affiliated with the UK charity WES and offers support, advice, inspiration and professional development for minorities in Engineering and STEM.

Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders Warwick is affiliated to the national charity Engineers Without Borders UK, a movement that inspires, enables and influences global responsibilty through engineering.

Warwick Racing

Warwick Racing is a student-run racing team who design and build single seat race cars for participation at international competitions. The project is open to all years to get involved with the opportunity to get hands on experience.

Warwick Moto

Warwick Moto is a student-run racing team who aim to design and build an electric motorcycle to compete against other students and professional teams from across the world in multiple national and international race events every year. The team has an ultimate goal to race at the Isle of Man TT on the return of the TT Zero class.

Society Awards

Warwick Engineering Society

  • Winner, Best University Society, National Undergraduate Employability Awards 2019
  • Winner, Impact on Campus Award, Bright Network Society of the Year Awards 2019
  • Shortlisted, Innovation Award, Bright Network Society of the Year Awards 2020

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Warwick Women in Engineering & Science

  • Winner, Bright Network's Diversity and Inclusion Award 2019
  • Shortlisted, Best Engineering Society of the Year, Engineering Talent Awards 2020

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