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Science in Schools & Colleges

Science in Schools & Colleges

The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine (SEM) is an exciting and growing part of the University of Warwick. Our excellent departments, schools and research centres offer a variety of outreach and widening participation activities and projects specially designed for students, teachers and parents.

On these pages, you can learn more about university life and the student experience. You can also access online resources, which will tell you more about studying STEM subjects at Warwick.

These pages are designed to give you guidance and information on the departments with the Faculty, in particular on what outreach support we provide, how you can visit us or we can engage with you, as well as providing resources linked to science specific interests and events.

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Teacher and Adviser Resources

In this section you will find some useful links and resources on STEM related topics. We provide links to department information, downloadable resources, as well as helpful links.

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Events and Visits

Throughout the year we provide opportunities for school groups to visit our campus and learn about the university. Opportunities to visit academic departments are also listed here. We also offer a range of activities through both our Recruitment and WP/Outreach Teams.

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Women in Science

Find out more about our amazing female staff and students who strive to promote Women in Science. Here you will find videos finding out about their journeys to where they are today, useful resources that you can use, as well as links to events promoting our Women in Science.

Student Stories

Click through to hear from some of our current students from within the Faculty. They share their journeys and stories about studying at Warwick and highlight top tips for future students.

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SEM Department Outreach

Under this section you will find links to departmental outreach pages, their resources and useful links.

More information coming soon.

Contextual Admissions Information

  • We are committed to making a high-quality and challenging university education available to all students who are capable of benefiting from it, as outlined in the University‚Äôs Access and Participation Plan. Our recruitment and application processes are designed to support everyone with the potential to succeed at Warwick, and we are committed to ensuring that every application is treated fairly and judged on its merits.