My Warwick brings together information about many aspects of life at Warwick, pulling data out of the systems used for timetabling, coursework, learning content, news and events, etc, and putting everything you need to know into a single place.
The above link will take you to the desktop version of the site but we strongly recommend downloading App straight away. Search "MyWarwick" in your phone or tablet's app store.
Please read the Guide to IT Services information here. The 'Get Started' checklist will help you prepare your device, connect to your Warwick email account (this is what we'll use to contact you throughout the course) and gain your free access to Office 365.
There is central guidance on recommended specifications for your device here. Below are some key links and tips to help you get prepared for remote studying:
Live sessions and tutorials will be delivered via the online virtual classroom/meeting space Blackboard Collaborate. Please ensure that you familiarise yourself with how to access and use this platform by reading the information provided here. A few key points to remember are:
- Web browsers Chrome and Firefox must be used to used to access the platform. Other browsers do not support the connectivity required
- On your first visit to a virtual classroom you will be given a short activity to test your camera and microphone settings. We therefore recommend logging into your first session on Monday 14th September 10-15 minutes early to give yourself time for this
- Please login in the first instance with your camera and mic switched off. In particular when we are in lectures with the whole cohort present many mics/cameras on can interfere with connectivity.
- You will be prompted to enter a screen name on entry to a room. To allow us to track your attendance at sessions please ensure you enter your full name when prompted
- You do not need to have a Warwick IT account to access Blackboard classrooms.
Accessing Emails in Office 365
You can access your Office 365 email from https://go.warwick.ac.uk/mymail.
Log in with your IT username and password.
If you go directly to the Microsoft Office 365 login screen then you will need to enter your credentials in the following format: email@example.com and before you are able to enter your password it should automatically re-direct you to a Warwick server where you will need to enter your username and password.
What is Office 365?
Office 365 is a Microsoft-hosted service:
For more details about the Office 365 features see the Microsoft's web site.
We recommend dowloading Microsoft Teams onto your smartphone or laptop. You may find this an ideal way to connect with fellow trainees for group work or an alternative option for tutorials.
Find out how you can access your Office 365 account. If you are using the desktop version of Teams, sign in using your IT Services usercode (replace usercode with your own ITS usercode) and password in the following format:
Moodle is the online Learning Management System we use to supplement face to face teaching. The aim of your Moodle space is to provide you with all of the information you need to complete your programme including all of your course resources, links to central university pages and services. We also use the space to collect information from you at times and all announcements are posted in Moodle.
You will be provided with the link and password to your course's individual Moodle page and will be able to login with your Warwick IT account.
Tabula is a tool that we use to publish your timetable, record your contact with your personal tutor and where you will submit your summative assessments throughout the year. When you login using your Warwick IT account you will find that all of the information is personalised to you. This page explains how your timetable works in Tabula.
See how to access your timetable in tabula here: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/its/servicessupport/web/tabula/manual/profiles/timetables
Further info on all academic technologies in CTE can be found here.
- Student Agreement - please make sure you read and sign this in your induction week
- Framework for Professional Behaviours- please make sure you read and sign this in your induction week
- Trainee Code of Conduct
- Placement Reveal - Placements for trainees on University-led PGCE courses.
- Your Mental Health & Wellbeing
- Report your Absence
- Suitability Panel
- NQT Vacancies
When you've finished the course...
Many University servicesmay not be accessible for face to face contact but are operating their services online. Please check out each department's webpages to check their availability as this is likely to change over the term.
- Wellbeing Support - Wellbeing Support Services provide a range of services that can help you to develop the personal resources and skills you need to navigate the challenges and opportunities of student life. You can contact the team via the Wellbeing Portal or call 024 7657 5570
- IT Services - Important Help Desk tips during the coronavirus outbreak. If you are having trouble with your IT account access their online helpdesk or call 024 76573737
- Student Finance - The fees team deal with payment of your tuition fees. If you have a tuition fee loan they also confirm your attendance to SFE. Contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 024 765 28471. For more specific enquiries about your payment schedule or refunds if you withdraw contact the collections team email@example.com or call 024 765 28472
- Student Funding - The Student Funding Team is available to provide help and advise on all funding matters, including budgeting, funding options, hardship and specific to PGCE students they organise applications and payments of ITT bursaries. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 024 7615 0096
- Hardship Funds - If you are experiencing financial difficulties (for example waiting on a loan or bursary to be approved) you may be eligible to receive some financial assistance via the hardship or emergency funds. There is also some support available to help those struggling to meet the cost of IT equipment which is more important than ever this year. Look at the information provided here or contact the student funding team mentioned above for advice.
- Student Records Online - Login using your Warwick IT account and you will find that you can keep your student record up to date here. Including updating any change to your personal details (eg address, name), course transfers, requesting a period of withdrawal from the course or returning from a period of withdrawal. You can also request a Certificate of Status Letter through this system (for purposes such as council tax exemption etc)
- Warwick SU - Upon enrolling at Warwick, every student automatically becomes a member of the Students’ Union. Warwick SU is run by students, for students. Your elected Postgraduate Officer shares a lot of helpful information here.
This page is intended to provide you with some useful information, links and guidance relating to the safeguarding of children and young people
Resources and submission points for candidates enrolled on the Assessment Only route to QTS programme