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Postgraduate - New Student Information

We are sure that the next three years will be exciting, challenging and rewarding. During the first few days, there will be a number of important meetings where procedures will be explained in detail. In the meantime, here's some information to get you started:


  • The Psychology Department is located on the first floor of the Humanities Building and on the first three floors of the Annex to the Humanities Building. Room numbers are prefixed by 'H' for Humanities. See Campus Maps
  • The Psychology Department Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office is in room H1.41 on the 1st floor by the lifts at the ‘Annex' end of the Humanities Building.
  • Academic staff, research staff and research students have offices on the first floor of the main part of the Humanities Building as well as in the 2nd floor Annex. Labs are on the ground floor of the Annex and there are research rooms on the 3rd floor.
  • Students and staff have a joint
    Common Room (H1.45) with microwave and refrigerator, and free tea and coffee.
  • You can also get light refreshments in Café Humanities Coffee Bar on the ground floor of the Humanities Building and in nearby cafés in the Library and in the Arts Centre.
Common Room

Welcome Week inductions

MSc in Behavioural and Data Science - 26th September 2019

MSc in Behavioural and Economic Science (Science Track) - 26th September 2019

MSc in Clinical Applications of Psychology - 27th September 2019

MSc in Psychological Research -

Staff and Personal tutor

Personal tutors will arrange an initial meeting with their tutees during the first two weeks of Term 1. You can find room locations and contact details for your Personal Tutor on the Psychology Department's People pages. Details of your personal tutor will appear on Tabula in due course.

Personal tutors can help you with any issues that affect you personally. The DSEP will be your first port of call regarding issues that affect your cohort as a whole (e.g. concerns about lecture timetabling, general organisational issues, etc.). The Director of Student Experience & Progressions (DSEP) Dr Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson.

If you have any issues not covered during Welcome Week, please drop by the Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office H1.41 Humanities (generally staffed 9:00 - 16:00 Monday - Thursday, 15:30 Fridays).


Only available once you have:

1 Enrolled

2 Registered online on any computer linked to the internet with ITServices for access to:

Week 1 - Lectures begin


Timetable information will be given to you at your Induction Day. Once you have registered for modules you can see your personal timetable on Tabula.

Note: Lectures run from 5 mintues past, to 5 minutes too the hour.

Personal Tutor

Your personal tutor is also there to help you with any problems which may arise throughout your time at Warwick, you should feel free to arrange to talk to him or her at any time.


The BPS website contains useful information and links to studying and reading


Welcome Week:
Monday 23 September
Lectures begin:
Monday 30 September
Term dates

Students 2
Useful links:

Before you arrive


Careers and Skills

Cognoscenti 2018 - student magazine

Health and Wellbeing



Newsletter - example from 2018

People Student blogs

Welcome to Warwick

psychologyPG at warwick dot ac dot uk

PG Office

H1.41 Humanities Building

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Welcome week highlights:

Tuesday 24 September

18:00 Psych Soc Quiz Night & BBQ

A chance to get to know your fellow students.