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Postgraduate FAQs

Course information

As soon as you have a functioning IT account, you should be able to access the MSc Intranet. You are advised to bookmark this page.

Timetable

Your first session will be the School of Engineering Welcome Session at 10am on Wednesday 26 September. Please check the academic induction timetables for MSc Tunnelling & Underground Space students or students on all other PGT programmes. 

Your timetable from Week 1 onwards will be available via your Tabula profile.

Module Registration

Details of the procedure for module registration will be provided in the Welcome Session and you will also be informed of the online deadline for this.

You will be able to access the Module Registration System (eMR) once you have completed your enrolment. For advice regarding optional module choice please contact your Course Coordinator and/or your project supervisor. If you have any questions or concerns please consult with Dr Mark Leeson at the Welcome Session.

Research Projects

A list of individual projects and contact details of the relevant staff will be made available to you in the first few weeks of term 1. You will be asked to select 3 projects in order of preference within two weeks of the list being published, after discussing the projects with the relevant staff members. Project allocations will then be made one week later. Detailed advice and instructions will be provided in the Welcome Meeting.

Who to contact

The MSc Intranet provides details of the primary contacts for your time at Warwick. This intranet is also the first place to check for any last minute changes, details of the course, advice on study etc. The day-to-day administration of your MSc programme is undertaken by the School's Engineering Student Office (the ESO). The ESO is the responsibility of the Director of Studies, who reports directly to the Head of School. The ESO is located in a suite of offices on the fourth floor of F-Block (F404 - F408).

Postgraduate Hub

The PG Hub is a university-wide initiative that aims to be the centre of postgraduate life at Warwick, providing a space for you to work, socialise and access support. Whether you have a question for our knowledgeable staff, fancy popping along to one of the many welcome events or need to book one of the group work rooms for your upcoming team project, we're sure you'll find plenty of reasons to visit the PG Hub.

MSc Student Representatives

Nominations will open in the early part of term 1 for MSc Student Representatives (one for each course). The Representatives will be members of the Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC), which meets each term to provide feedback to the School on teaching and other matters related to the student experience. The Representatives will also liaise directly with Course Coordinators and the Director of MSc Programmes to provide feedback and raise concerns.

Masters Skills Programme

The Masters Skills Programme brings together all of the development opportunities that we offer to masters students in one place. Sign up for the workshops that interest you and develop your skills!

Careers Support

Student Careers offer help and support with career planning. They can help you explore your career options as well as check your CV and advertise job vacancies.

My Warwick

Many other resources for Postgraduate Taught students are available at MyWarwick.