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All Students- please ensure that you complete enrolment by Monday 18th October

Overseas Students- please complete the Student Arrival Details form by Friday 10th September

Hello and welcome to the Department of Education Studies! We are looking forward to getting to know you and meet you soon. On this page you will find information to help you prepare for the start of your studies with us, including information about Welcome Week events and any pre-reading you might like to do. Keep checking this page regularly for any new information that we add.

Education Studies Events in Welcome Week

Please remember to visit the Welcome Week pages for your links to these events.

Tuesday 28th September

10.00-11.30 Postgraduate Taught Essentials: An Introduction to Studying in the Department for Education Studies

12.00-12:30 IT Induction

14:00-15:00 Active Bystander workshop

Wednesday 29th September

10.00-11.00 More PGT Essentials: Further Introductions to Studying in Education Studies

11.00-12.30 The Details: Drama Courses

11.00-12.30 The Details: MA Education and MA Educational Innovation, and MA Islamic Education: Theory and Practice

11.00-12.30 The Details: MA Childhood in Society

11.00-12.30 The Details: MA Educational Leadership and Management

11.00-12.30 The Details: MA Psychology and Education

11.00-12.30 The Details: MA Global Education and International Development

14.00-15.00 The Details: PGA Islamic Education

14.00-15.00 Introduction to the Library and Student Opportunities at Warwick for Postgraduate Taught Students

Thursday 30th September

10.00-11.00 Finding Your Way: Knowing your Community and Environment in R0.21 Ramphal Building (grid reference F5/G5 on the campus map)

11.00-14.00 University and Education Studies Orientation

14.00-15.00 Mapping and Celebrating Experiences

These are face to face events for those who are able to attend in person- don't forget to bring a pen, a facemask, and a coat or umbrella!

Group 1 – All undergraduate students (begin promptly at 10am, finish at 1.30pm) 

  

Group 2 – MA GEID / Childhood / Drama and Theatre Ed / DELT / Leadership and Management / Psychology and Education students (begin promptly at 10.45am, finish at 2.30pm) 

  

Group 3 – MA Education / Education Innovation / Islamic Education students (begin promptly at 11.30am, finish at 3.30pm)  

 

Welcome / introductory talk with Cheryl Cane introducing DSEP role and the Education Studies Community (assisted by Jen Kitchen and other staff)

10-10.30

Group 1 Welcome / intro

Group 1 students to arrive from 9.45am (to start at 10am)

Morning Session - 10-10.30am

(Group 1 then released via upstairs doors to move outside and gather into groups. Jen Kitchen to oversee groups and hand out Welcome tasks. Groups carry out welcome tasks 10.30-11.30 followed by taking a lunch break 11.30-12.30)

Students invited back to Lecture theatre for 12.45 to meet with Director of UG

 

10.45-11.15

Group 2 Welcome / intro

Group 2 students to arrive from 10.30 (to start at 10.45)

Morning Session – 10.45 – 11.15

(Group 2 then released via upstairs doors to move outside and gather into groups. Jen Kitchen to oversee groups and hand out Welcome tasks. Groups carry out welcome tasks 11.15-12.15 followed by taking a lunch break 12.15-1.15)

 

 

11.30 – 12.00

Group 3 Welcome / Intro

Group 3 students to arrive from 11.15 (to start at 11.30)

Morning Session – 11.30-12.00

(Group 3 then released via upstairs doors to move outside and gather into groups. Jen Kitchen to oversee groups and hand out welcome tasks. Groups carry out welcome tasks 12.00-1.00 followed by taking a lunch break 1-2pm)

 

 

Returners meeting with Mark Pulsford – UG 2nd and 3rd year choosing to attend 12.15 – 12.45

 

 

12.45–1.30

 

Group 1 students’ reflection on Warwick Values and community building

 

 

 

1.45-2.30

 

Group 2 students’ reflection on Warwick Values and community building

 

2.45-3.30

 

Group 3 students’ reflection on Warwick Values and community building

 

 

Friday 1st October

10:00-11:00 Community Get Together

This is an online catch-up for those who are not able to attend Thursday's in person events

Pre Course Reading Lists

Our courses do provide pre-course reading lists. These are indicative of reading that might be useful for your course but are not compulsory. They are provided because students often ask for them but please do not feel that you need to read everything on the list prior to starting your course. When you enrol you will be given library access to print and electronic copies of the latest editions of these books (and many more), so if you are considering buying any of these texts before you arrive, please note that older editions would be suitable to start with.

CAS and Visa Information

Information and guidance from the Immigration Team.

Staying Safe at Warwick

The link above tells you more about the University of Warwick's Coronavirus guidelines. Within the Department of Education Studies, we encourage all of our students and staff to be respectful of and sensitive to each other’s wishes or needs, and to be cautious with Covid-19 practices. This means that we keep 1.5 metres distance from each other, and wear a face covering, both when seated in teaching spaces, study and work areas, and in offices; and when moving around the building. We also ask all students and staff to take regular lateral flow tests.

If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, you can find more information about the Sunflower Lanyard scheme for people with hidden disabilities.