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New Student Information and Welcome Week Timetable

Congratulations on your offer of a place at Warwick!

We are looking forward to welcoming you all for the academic year 2021/22. Details of induction and the timetable for 2021/22 are published here. You will also find links to important information on this web page. We are sure that the next three years will be exciting, challenging and rewarding. During the first few days of welcome week, there will be a number of important meetings where procedures will be explained in detail.

Best Wishes,

Dr Jag Jutley-Neilson (Director of Student Experience/Associate Professor)

In the meantime, here's some information to get you started:

Before you arrive, make sure you:

Your Welcome Week Timetable

Please note there may be possible changes.

Student Experience

Find out more information here about:

***For information on social distancing and staying safe during Welcome Week and beyond, please visit the University's coronavirus student pages.

If you have a question, please contact your Director of Student Experience - jagjeet.jutley-neilson@warwick.ac.uk

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What does Psychology mean to you?

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The BPS website contains useful information and links to studying and reading e.g. BPS Blogs:
"Guide to University Life"
"The journey to undergraduate
psychology
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Dates:

Welcome Week: Monday 27th September

Lectures begin:
Monday 4th October

Meet Personal tutor:
Week 1 - Individual Tutorial

Term dates

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Welcome week highlights:

Tuesday 28th September

10:00 Induction Talk & Q&A Session

12 noon Careers, Placement and Volunteering.

12.30 Library Induction and Q&A session.

Wednesday 29th September

12 noon Virtual Quiz with PsychSoc

Thursday 30th September

Chance to meet your Tutor & Tutor Group

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Useful links:

Before you arrive

Bookshop

Careers and Skills

Health and Wellbeing

Library

Maps

People

Student blogs

Welcome to Warwick

Questions?:

UG/PG Office

H1.43 Humanities Building

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