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When you joined us in the 70s, it was a time of great change. There were political upheavals alongside huge campus developments - the Arts Centre and Students Union, amongst others. In many ways, the events of the 70s set the template for the Warwick we know today.

But back then, our university was only just beginning to take shape. That’s also the case for today’s students. With the help of your gift, we can offer four more scholarships to students like Faryaal, who are beginning to shape their lives and make a better future for themselves and for society.

Here's a few facts about how your gift could make a difference:

  • £75 could cover one week of a scholarship bursary

  • £150 could enable a scholar to participate in a networking or cultural event

  • £300 could cover one month of a scholarship bursary

  • £2,000 could fund an entire scholarship bursary for one year

Could you be a part of something special today and give to the next generation of Warwick students?

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