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Induction Week

During your first week in the Department, there are a number of registration and induction sessions to attend, as well as some more informal activities to welcome you to Economics at Warwick. You will be receiving your personalised Induction Timetable within the next few weeks.

Your can view the full induction timetable below, please attend sessions which do not clash with lectures.

Overview of Induction Week

Welcome Meetings

Your first welcome meeting will take place on Tuesday 25 September in OC0.04 from 11:00 - 12:00. This will take place immediately after you have registered with the Department in the Economics Foyer.

Registration and Enrolment

You must register with the Department and we will also provide you with your induction pack at this point. You must also enrol with the University and will be sent an invitation to do this in September.

Your Univeristy card is used to gain access to buildings and services around cmapus and also acts as identification. You will receive a request to upload a photograph over the summer. Please upload your photo before the 31st August or your ID card may not be ready when you arrive.

ID card

You will collect your ID card on campus once you arrive, please check the card collection schedule. You will be notified of the time to collect your card.


There is a four day orientation programme available for non UK students. Orientation is the perfect way to introduce yourself to life in the UK.


The handbook is a key resource and we recommend you read this before you start and refer to it in the first instance if you have a query about your studies or the Department.

The Undergraduate Handbook 2018/19 will be available w/c 3rd September

Academic Director and Personal Tutor

Dr Dennis Novy
Director for Erasmus and Visiting Students (Economics)

IT Systems

During your time as an Economics student you will encounter various IT systems with different purposes. As there is a lot to take in for your first few weeks, we have created a summary of these systems and what they are used for.