Would you like to take the stage in the Butterworth Hall and share your passion for science with over a thousand school children, young people, families and adults? Find out how to get involved.
The British Science Festival is a hugely exciting opportunity for the general public to get involved with science. And it’s coming to Coventry for the first time, with events across campus and in the city. Find out more.
Our draft Widening Participation Strategy sets out a vision and approach to enhance Warwick’s impact on social mobility. What are your views? What would you prioritise? Read the draft and contribute your views by 13 May.
Are you involved in enhancing access to higher education for all those who aspire to study at university, regardless of background? Take the opportunity to meet colleagues from other departments, share best practice and exchange ideas. View the agenda for the first meeting of this new network and register to attend.
Interested in funding to support the development of collaborative research projects related to Coventry City of Culture 2021? Applications are invited from across the University.
Warwick Conferences has confirmed its position as a leading conference and events venue by winning the Best Conference Venue (over 300 delegates) accolade at the Academic Venue Awards.
Hear from Stuart Croft, Vice-Chancellor, on how our work with local partners makes, or will make, a significant economic impact on Coventry, Warwickshire and the West Midlands.
A new independent report has shown that in 2016-17, The University’s overall economic impact in the West Midlands was £1 billion.
The National Automotive Innovation Centre has been named in recognition of the contribution of Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya to the University, the city, the region, and to JLR.