The Multicultural Scholarship Programme
The MSP supports academically talented, low-income British students from poorly represented ethnic groups. We offer a package of holistic support, including a financial scholarship, pastoral guidance and careers advice.
Congratulations on joining Warwick!
Details of your induction schedule will be sent to you via email. On receiving the schedule, if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
These can be accessed via your Tabula account once you have enrolled with the University.
Studying Law at WarwickMore information for incoming students in 2019
Find out the PG Welcome Week Schedule for 2019/20. TBC.
Timetables for 2019/20 - coming soon:
Advanced Legal Studies - please choose your modules from the timetables above.
You'll be allocated a personal tutor who can offer you advice and assistance where needed. Each programme has a director of studies, who is also on hand to answer any questions.
We hold regular seminars and workshops with experts including leading practitioners in various fields of study. We offer you the opportunity to broaden and develop your skills and experiences in ways that meet your particular needs. These include the opportunity to be involved with:
The Human Rights in Practice Centre which offers the possibility of being involved with a range of projects;
There are societies for every course, who organise volunteering programmes, mooting competitions, publications, journals and all kinds of events. We encourage you to join any of these as well as university-wide societies for your various interests.
All our students are encouraged to take full advantage of the wide range of resources provided by the University to support student skill development:
Join the Warwick Portfolio to develop your academic, personal and professional skills and gain the Warwick Skills Portfolio Award.
Visit the Careers service which has a dedicated law advisor.
Postgraduates might like to use the Masters Skills Programme to develop your academic, personal and professional development skills, improve your marks, impress potential employers, and network with other Warwick students.
All international students are issued a CAS in order to apply for their student visa.
The process will usually start about three months prior to your course start date in mid-June/early July. All unconditional offer holders who have accepted their place on one of our courses will receive instructions and information about the CAS process via email. The email will ask you to check whether your personal details are correct. If any of the details listed need amending, you will need to submit the correct information according to the instructions in the email. You will then receive a further email asking you to check if the amendment(s) have been made correctly. Once you have confirmed that all your personal details are correct, your CAS will normally be issued as an email attachment within 5 working days. This turnaround time can vary the closer you are to term commencing.
If you hold a conditional offer for a postgraduate degree, a CAS cannot be issued. You will first need to send in the documents required to meet the condition(s) of your offer. Further information on how to meet the condition(s) of your offer can be found here.
Further information about CAS’/VISAs can be found on the International Office’s immigration pages.
There are many reasons why...
- Lower cost of living compared to big cities
- We are one of the top targets for graduate employers
- You will be given extensive feedback on both your written essays and examinations termly allowing you to improve on your second set of assessments
- Detailed module materials
- Great deal of staff contact and availability outside of class times
- Range of teaching methods - mixture of lectures, seminars and group work etc.
- Close proximity and easy access to London and other major cities like Birmingham and Manchester by train due to our central location
- An impressive campus with lots of amenities and resources in one place
- Beautiful surrounding areas of interest such as Shakespeare Country, The Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills
- Both city and country nearby - 'the best of both worlds'
- High level of staff student interaction, both academic and social
- Student centred teaching programmes
- The community aspect of the law school and of our programmes - you are not treated simply as individuals doing a course but as part of an intellectual and social community
- Varied student body of different ages, cultures and backgrounds allowing you to experience law from all corners of the globe
- Our dedication to our alumni who we view as important to the programmes long after they have graduated
- The schools law in context approach to legal studies - contextual, critical and global
- A challenging approach to study - you will be encouraged to think and not just learn
- Our funding opportunities
- Our student feedback
- We consistently rank highly in the League Tables
- Our NSS and PTES results - who better to tell you how good we are than those who have already completed the course.
Undergraduate students have a reading week in week 6 of terms 1 & 2, in which there are no scheduled lectures or seminars.
There is no reading week for IEL and ICGFR students in either Term One or Two due to the welcome week taking place in Term One and the use of the first week in Term Two for exams. IDLHR students have a reading week in Week 6 of Term One and Term Two. ALS students will only have a reading week if they have selected only IDLHR modules in the term concerned.
Undergraduate exams take place in weeks 4-9 of term 3 (summer term).
For postgraduates, exam week takes place during the first week of the Spring Term (Term Two) and in the first week of the Summer Term (Term Three). All modules offered on the IDLHR programme are assessed by essay.
It is possible to take a number of modules from other departments, but the number and type depend very much on the course you are taking. For more information, please contact uglaw dot admissions at warwick dot ac dot uk.
You can take up to 40 CATS worth of modules from either another LLM programme or from outside of the Law department. (A half module running for one term is worth 20CATS whilst a full module running for two terms is worth 40CATS). ALS students can take up to 40CATS from outside of the Law department and are not restricted on their selection of modules from across the other LLM progammes, as their course allows for this. You must get the agreement of your own department as well as the department offering the module before signing up for this. Details of the modules must be obtained directly from the department concerned. Please ensure there are no timetable clashes before confirming your module choices.
During your first week as an undergraduate, you will have the opportunity to meet your lecturers and fellow students as well as get to know Warwick at a series of introductory lectures and socials. Details will all be listed in the Welcome Pack.
For postgraduates, there is an induction/welcome week in which you can attend module introduction sessions, which we hope will help you decide which modules to take during your time here. There are also a number of social events taking place in order to give you the opportunity to meet both your classmates and tutors. Details of the activities taking place during the first day/week of term can be found on our start of term information page.
As a Warwick student, you will be studying hard throughout your time with us but we do as much as we can to provide you with a supportive environment, to enable you to make the very most of your time at Warwick. Making sure that you feel part of our student community is very important to us.
Each programme has a staff student liaison committee. The SSLC makes sure that any work related issues are discussed and dealt with by School staff but the Law School also provides funds to the SSLC representatives to hold a termly social event. The School also funds a trip to London for postgraduates to visit the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies when you are writing your dissertation.
Warwick as a campus university offers you the opportunity to get to know students from across the world and to develop contacts and friendships that last long after you leave. It has spaces such as the Postgraduate Hub, the library and the learning grid for you to work and socialise together. The Students Union values both our undergraduate and postgraduate community and has dedicated officers who makes sure that your needs are taken into account.
We find that every year our students form their own communities by setting up Facebook groups, organising social events and taking part in the wider life of the Law School which includes organising workshops, working on the student law review and taking part in pro bono/volunteering activities.
In addition to the above learning facilities, the campus also offers a range of social facilities in the form of the sports centre and the excellent Warwick Arts Centre as well as a range of bars and restaurants. It also provides day to day essentials with a pharmacy, hairdressers, bookshop, bank and supermarket all available on one campus.
If you have questions you would like to ask in person, find out if a member of the Warwick team is visiting your country soon.