Our winter degree ceremonies are taking place from Wednesday 21 January to Friday 23 January 2015.
The ceremonies are a celebration of our students' successes and achievements and will see thousands of students graduating from Warwick.
We'll also be celebrating the recipients of honorary degrees, including: the Chief Medical Officer for England; one of the UK’s leading chefs; the Chair of Arts Council England; and a leading figure from the world of opera.
You’ll be able to watch the ceremonies on the Big Screen in the Piazza.
Graduation just wouldn't be possible without lots of our staff getting involved with a variety of roles - hear from some of the people helping to make sure everything runs smoothly and get an insight into just some of the work going on behind the scenes.
The vast majority of visitors are expected to use our park and ride system, based in Stoneleigh. Please note that car park 2 (next to the Bluebell Roundabout) is closed as part of the Park and Ride scheme, and the bottom two floors of car park 7 (next to the Arts Centre) are reserved for disabled drivers and VIPs. The rest of car park 7 is open as usual.
Though we’re expecting minimal disruption, if you’re concerned, you could take a look at the alternative journey options covered on our Keeping Campus Moving site.
Find out more
Visit the Awards and Ceremonies site for detailed information on graduation, including staff roles, the park and ride system, a full timetable and information for graduands and visiting guests.