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Offer Holders

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Congratulations on your offer to study BA Education Studies at Warwick!

We are delighted that you are interested in studying with us here in the Centre for Education Studies (CES). By studying with us you will be joining an exciting community of researchers and students that share a common passion to explore forward-thinking approaches to teaching and learning. This page will keep you updated with information about both the programme and exciting things going on in CES.

We look forward to meeting you in October!

Mark Pulsford

BA 'Education Studies' Course Leader

Visit Us

If you weren't able to make it to one of our Open Days but want to see warwick for yourself, please let us know and we can arrange an individual visit for you. Depending on availability we can arrange a meeting with one of the undergraduate tutors, a current student, and a campus tour.

Give us an email at EducationStudies at warwick dot ac dot uk to let us know when you would like to come

Work Placement

As part of your second year, you’ll take a core ‘work-based placement’ module – giving you the opportunity to integrate work experience into your studies, and helping prepare you for future employment

This can be in a school or other educational context and you will have lots of support from your tutors in your first year to decide where you are going to go

Read more about the Placement Module

Societies

Joining a Student Union society is a big part of student life. If you have a hobby, passion or interest, there is likely to be a society for it, and if there isn't, you can start one! Societies range from Argentine Tango to Chess, to Buddhism and everything in between!

See all societies on the Student Union website

Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, learn more about the world, and get some great experience for your CV. CES has strong link with the Warwick in India project and many CES students have gone to teach English and Maths to children in India over the Summer. There are also volunteering opportunities closer to home available through Warwick Volunteers

Check out the volunteering opportunities available

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"The highlight of the programme for me, aside from meeting some great people, has been attempting to define creativity (in a first-year module) whilst exploring it in many fun and interesting ways, rather than being told what it is by the lecturer." Jasmine, BA Education Studies Student