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Our Region

Our impact stretches far beyond the boundaries of our Coventry-based campus, and we engage positively with stakeholders across the whole of the West Midlands.


Regional Partnerships

Working closely with regional partners including local councils, business groups and public and community services means we make a demonstrable contribution to regional development.

WMG Academy

Regional Developments

As well as investing heavily in our main campus, we’re dedicated to developing our presence in the region with projects in Coventry, Solihull and Wellesbourne.



As well as our first-class undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, we’re having a wider impact on skills development in the region through degree apprenticeships, educational initiatives and partnerships.



Our world-class research is making a difference to people living here in our region.

Arts Centre


We’re championing the region’s cultural growth through our support for Coventry City of Culture 2021, our Arts Centre and our local community outreach services.

Business engagement

Business Engagement

We work closely with the region's business and industry, from larger corporates to SMEs and local start-ups.

Local Community

We're committed to ensuring our local communities share the benefits of our presence in the region, making it a better place to live, work and visit.

Contact Us

regionalengagement at warwick dot ac dot uk


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Warwick's new Sports Hub 'topped out'

A new multi-million pound Sports Hub at the University of Warwick is one step closer to completion after contractor Willmott Dixon hosted a topping out ceremony today, which traditionally signifies the structure has reached its maximum height.