Please make sure you fulfil any outstanding conditions as soon as you are able and you also need to officially accept your offer. Unconditional offer holders will receive an email from the enrolment team approximately 6 weeks prior to the start of the course indicating that they are now able to enrol.
We suggest you apply for accommodation as soon as possible as places on campus can be limited.
Warwick Accommodation have more information.
Warwick Students’ Union Advice Centre has published essential information about Postgraduate Housing Support and Advice. This includes details of housing advice sessions and a link to the SU Housing Hunting Guide.
For International offer holders further information can be found on the Study International pages.
You may also be interested in Academic Writing: A guide for pre-induction students, a Moodle guide provided by the Academic Writing Programme.
Welcome and induction
Welcome Week takes place Monday 23 September 2019 - Sunday 29th September 2019. Welcome Week events are optional although we very much encourage you to come along and enjoy a great start to life at Warwick. There will be a series of department events for PGT students during Welcome Week.
Your course begins formally on Monday 30th September. In your first week you will meet your tutors, take part in induction and training sessions, and begin your first taught module. Please collect your University card before the start of your course so that you have full access to the Life Sciences buildings. The School of Life Sciences is located in Gibbet Hill campus.
Term dates and timetables
Postgraduate term dates extend beyond the undergraduate term dates published. Provisional overview timetables for each course are available, but please remember that these are subject to change.
MSc Biotechnology, Bioprocessing and Business Management
MSc Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate
MSc Food Security
MSc Medical Biotechnology and Business Management
MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century
Details of rooms and times of taught sessions will be made available through your personalised Tabula timetable as the year progresses and may be subject to changes. Tabula links with the MyWarwick app.
Finding your way
You can download maps of the campus to help you find your way around. We also have an interactive map which includes both a campus overview and floorplans of all our buildings. You can use this to search for buildings, facilities and rooms, and to get directions from any point on campus to any other point.