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2017/18 New Students Induction and Information

We are looking forward to welcoming all our new students in October 2017 - this page will give you information about your first week with us and where to go on your first day in the department. We will be sending out emails to our offer holders in September - so look out for more information coming your way from both the Centre for Education Studies and the University and also revisit this page for more information as it becomes available.

New Postgraduates, International and EU Undergraduates may wish to consider the Warwick Welcome Programme if you are new to living and studying in the UK - this runs 23-29 September for Postgraduates and 26-29 September for Undergraduates and booking is now open.

Please remember that the Centre for Education Studies is on the First Floor of the Social Sciences building (which is behind the Arts Centre and next to the Library) the Course Administration Office is C1.10 and academics are also nearby, however teaching timetables will include rooms that are in different buildings across the University so remember to allow yourself time to find them during the first few weeks.

  • Visit the University Welcome pages for information about how to enrol, your accommodation and arrival. Including useful checklists before you arrive.
  • On Tuesday 3rd October you should attend the Vice-Chancellors Welcome in the Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre at 9am.
  • MA Students should attend your Course Registration and the start of your Centre for Education Studies Postgraduate Taught Induction Events on Monday 2nd October at 9.30am (for a 10am start) in L4 on the Science Concourse (over the bridge from the Library).
  • Part Time MA Students are welcome to attend the events for full time students above but alternatively may like to attend a drop in session for part time students on Monday 2nd October between 5pm and 6pm in C111/115.
  • Research Students you will be invited to take part in some of the PGT induction sessions in the week commencing 2nd October but your dedicated meeting will be at 5pm on Tuesday 10th October in C111/115.
  • We will send Postgraduate Taught Module Choice Handbooks (where students have optional modules) prior to the start of term so that you can start thinking about which optional modules you may be interested in - but there will be an opportunity during your first week to talk to your course leader about the different options and have some advice and consultation about your choice.
  • Students registered on the Religions, Society and Education (Christian Pathway) course will be contact separately about their first session.