Warwick Medical School (WMS), originally established as part of a partnership with Leicester Medical School, celebrated 10 years of achievement in September.
Warwick’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift has been appointed as a Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission Commissioner by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
The University’s Summer Degree Ceremonies will take place from Monday 19 to Friday 23 July 2010. The Summer Ceremonies are a celebration of our students' successes and achievements and, with two ceremonies each day, will see around 3,500 students graduating from the University.
To mark the official renaming of the 'Yesu Persaud Centre for Caribbean Studies', Guyanese philanthropist and businessman, Mr Yesu Persaud, visited the University on Wednesday 9 June.
The first ever Universities Week will take place this year from Monday 14 to Sunday 20 June 2010. The week will see over 100 universities and linked organisations highlighting the essential role that universities play in sustaining our society, culture and economy.
Warwick has reached the digital milestone of one million downloads on it’s iTunesU channel. Over the last 14 months since launching on the site the University has firmly established its position as one of the leading high quality content providers on the service.
Over two thousand students, from all faculties, will take to the stage to receive their honours during the Winter Awards Ceremonies held in Butterworth Hall on the 20th and 21st January 2010.
The Launch of the new Students’ Union building will be celebrated on Friday 15th January 2010 after an £11 million renovation over the past 18 months.
Several people connected with Warwick were honoured in this year's New Year's Honours List, including Professor David Storey, Professor Robert Burgess, Trudi Elliott and Professor Ian Crute.
Professor Nigel Thrift, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Warwick, takes a look back over the last year of achievements at Warwick including our success in the RAE, our research and international partnerships, student achievements, campus developments over the past year, and alumni relations, including the first ever Alumni Weekend, held this year in June.
Last night, Thursday 14 May, staff from each faculty joined the Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift and Chancellor Richard Lambert in BT Tower in London to announce Warwick’s plans for a £50 million fundraising campaign in support of the University’s ambitious strategy.
The University of Warwick is to hold an International Programme in the Leadership and Management of Higher Education in September 2009.
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