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Support and Wellbeing

We recognise that there are times in university life when a little extra professional support may be helpful. We have put in place a dedicated support network to help you with any concerns – academic, personal, financial or practical.

Meet our Student Wellbeing and Progression Officers

Our Student Wellbeing and Progression Officer are responsible for the academic welfare of all students in conjunction with the Pastoral Support Team. Tina and Orla hold regular drop-in sessions where you can talk about anything that is troubling you.

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Hear from our Students

Warwick is a close knit community so it's easy to find someone to talk things over with. Hear from our students share their experiences of the academic support available whilst they were studying with us.

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How we support you

Our support comes in a variety of ways, aimed at strengthening different aspects of your academic studies, including support with module content and preparation for assessments. These range from maths drop-in sessions, advice and feedback hours, revision sessions and library support amongst other support activities. Each member of the academic team in the Department offers advice and feedback hours, and there is always someone on hand to help. We also have a Pastoral Support Team on hand too support your wellbeing and health.

Academic Support

Undergraduate Office

The Undergraduate Office team within the Department of Economics will be your first port of call for any enquiries.

Advisor to Female Students

Our Advisor to Female Students provides a source of additional support to ensure that our female students receive appropriate support to achieve their potential.

Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC)

The SSLC gives student representatives the opportunity to meet with staff to discuss various improvements to the learning experience.

Math and Stats Drop-ins

We run weekly sessions during term time if you need to ask questions or get help on any aspect of Maths/Stats within your economics modules

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Revision Sessions

In advance of the tests on core modules, we will provide students with approximately two hours of revision sessions.

RAE Helpdesk

For students taking EC331, Research in Applied Economics, there is a Helpdesk where you can speak to a member of staff and gain support and advice about technical and software aspects of your project.

Library Support

Bespoke Library Support is on offer to all students studying economics at Warwick.

Advice and Feedback Hours

Faculty members hold Advice and Feedback hours every week during term time. This is a chance to have a one-to-one conversation about any academic queries you have.

Pastoral support

Personal and Year Tutors

You will be assigned a Personal Tutor to whom you can talk about any matter, academic or personal. Your Year Tutor overseas the personal tutoring system for a specific year group.

Senior Tutors

The Senior Tutor has responsibility for the operation and design of the Economics Pastoral Care System and also takes a broader approach to your academic support.

Director of Student Engagement and Progression

The Director of Student Engagement and Progression has responsibility for the operation and design of student engagement such as events, as well as analysing student progression data.

Wellbeing support

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Student Wellbeing and Progression Officers

Our Student Wellbeing and Progression Officers hold regular drop-in sessions where you can talk about anything that is troubling you.

Wellbeing Support Services

As well as our departmental support you’ll also have access to everything the University's Wellbeing Support Services has to offer.

Advisor to Overseas Students

The Advisor to Overseas Students provides additional support to overseas students to help them adjust to studying in the UK.

Mentoring Scheme

When you arrive at Warwick you will be allocated a second and/or third-year mentor who will help you settle into life at Warwick by providing advice, guidance and friendship.

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