The University of Warwick has welcomed former student, His Excellency Luis Alberto Arce Catacora, President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, back to the university’s Coventry campus to talk with students and to learn more about research being undertaken.
The EUTOPIA European University has announced its enlargement with three leading universities joining the consortium: Università Ca’Foscari Venezia (Italy), Technische Universität Dresden (Germany) and Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (Portugal).
This year the International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) will be taking place on 28 - 29 September 2021 (starting on 27th September in North America).
Higher education across Europe needs to cut red tape, revolutionise lifelong learning, standardise digital platforms, and immerse students in research as well as employability skills from day one, according to new recommendations proposed by Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.
The International Strategy and Relations Team is welcoming applications to three funds that initiate new projects or strengthen existing collaborations with our international partners.
2021 QS World University Rankings ranks University of Warwick in world’s top 100 universities for 16 subjects
he University of Warwick has been named as one of the world’s top 100 universities for the study of 16 subjects, according to the 2021 edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject, released at 9pm on 3rd March 2021.
Warwick signs Memorandum of Understanding to form a UK-Indonesian research consortium established to build global resilience against pandemics, the climate emergency and natural hazards.
On 25 February, the University of Warwick signed a Memorandum of Understanding as one of six founding members of the UK-Indonesia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Sciences (UKICIS).
The University of Warwick has been named as one of the world’s top 20 Most International universities by the Times Higher Education (THE) – ranked 20th overall and 10th in the UK.
The discovery of how hormone-like molecules turn on antibiotic production in soil bacteria could unlock the untapped opportunities for medicines that are under our very feet.
An international team of scientists working at the University of Warwick, UK, and Monash University, Australia, have determined the molecular basis of a biological mechanism that could enable more efficient and cost-effective production of existing antibiotics, and also allow scientists to uncover new antibiotics in soil bacteria.