Warwick has a thriving international student population, and the Centre for Education Studies offers plenty of support for overseas students, as well as a variety of events to encourage both home and international students to integrate into the departmental community.
Every student is allocated a personal tutor, who will ensure that you get the academic and pastoral support you need in order to have a great Warwick experience. We regularly liaise with other departments and services that can help in the student learning process and in building students’ professional development skills, including the the Careers and Skills department.
Our students themselves are also part of the support network - peer to peer reading groups in a common language are often run by PhD students to help undergraduate and postgraduate students get a better understanding of selected core readings. The Centre for Applied Linguistics also delivers a full programme of English language support.
Students who may go into schools as part of their course or who may wish to volunteer for working in schools as part of Warwick Volunteers may require a DBS check. For international students you will also require a Certificate of Good Conduct from their home country – if you can bring this certificate with you when you come to England then it would be very beneficial for you as it may be difficult to get once you are here.