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Life at Warwick

Our Student Community

Whether you're into sports, music, dance, or just a coffee with your friends, Warwick has excellent facilities on campus to cater for your interests.

We have hundreds of different student societies postgraduates can join and take part in; from the Debating Society to the Malaysian Society and beyond, societies for your course and your community, not to mention our top class gym, indoor courts, swimming pool and a variety of fitness classes and sports throughout the week.

If music is more your style, we have a dedicated music centre with practice rooms available to book, and everything from a full symphony orchestra you can join, to brass bands, jazz bands, musical theatre or Chinese music groups. That's all before we even mention our very own Warwick Arts Centre with its exciting programme every year of theatre, cinema, comedy and workshops.

Food and drink play a big part in Warwick life too with coffee shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes all on campus, as well as an international food market held in the piazza every month.

Study Spaces

Our students have access to a dedicated Student Hub in the Law School and our postgraduates have access to a relaxed, informal common room. If it's study space you need, the Library has areas specifically for postgraduate research. The Postgraduate Hub in Senate House is also a place where postgraduates from all over the University can connect, share tips, study or just chill out in the relaxation room.

Supporting You

Once you enrol with us, you’ll be assigned a Personal Tutor (PGT) or Supervisor and dedicated Mentors (PGR). They can talk to you about your progress throughout your course and who can help you with any academic concerns or queries you may have.

Our Graduate School offers advice on applications, academic progression and awards. If you’re looking for funding, the team also has the latest details on available scholarships.

As well as our general Student Support team, we also have a number of specialist teams, which can offer advice and support for more specific concerns and queries. These include our: Mental Health and Wellbeing Team, Disability Services Counselling Service, Chaplaincy, Student Funding Team, Health Centre, Students’ Union Advice Centre, Immigration Service and Security Team.

Apart from modules, my programme offered students supportive resources like the personal tutoring system, "myAdvantage - Students, Careers and Skills" as well as the "Research and Writing Skills Sessions", which provided me the necessary tools to deal effectively with the challenges of job hunting from application submission to assessment centres.Konstantina Bouzika, LLM Alumna

Our Postgraduate Community

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