We are one of the UK's leading universities.
Our pursuit of excellence and intellectual curiosity is tireless. We strive to lead rather than follow. We lead the way in boundary-breaking research and high-quality teaching. We are renowned for our entrepreneurialism and cosmopolitan outlook.
We have almost 27,000 students and 7,000 staff members.
Like many of you this year, we've had to work out what Covid-19 means for Safety on Campus this year.
We may have changed the way we run and offer campus life and teaching, but we haven't changed our spirit and determination to be a world-leading university.
Since you're missing out on a visit to our beautiful campus, why not explore Warwick virtually in our 360° campus tour? This special tour was designed for prospective students, and gives you a wonderful introduction to life on campus.
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The International Conference of Undergraduate Research
The International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) is an annual academic conference that showcases the best in undergraduate research from around the world.
Warwick Leaders: Regional, national, global
Our alumni drive change in society. Hear from a leading human rights lawyer, the chief executive of the Lloyds Bank Foundation and a councillor from Coventry City Council discussing their leadership in a global, national and regional setting.
Welcome to Warwick Business School
Explore our state-of-the-art facilities, designated study suites and be inspired by our core values at Warwick Business School. Home to staff and students from all over the world.
Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship
The global Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) industry is estimated to be worth over £50billion (by 2035), with the UK CAV industry projections being over £3billion. Additionally, the UK Government's Industrial Strategy aims to bring fully autonomous cars without a human operator on the UK roads by 2021, one of the first countries in the world to achieve this.
However, in order to realise this vision and the market potential, safe introduction of CAV is necessary, requiring significant research to overcome diverse barriers associated with public deployment of CAV.
The overall vision for Siddartha Khastgir's UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship is to support positioning the UK as the world leader in CAV research and innovation for long lasting societal and economic benefits. The Fellowship aims to solve some of the most pressing challenges that stand in the way of successful adoption of CAV. The Fellowship proposal is to create a novel evaluation continuum for CAV.
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