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Warwick shares in £167million investment in engineering, technology & science PhDs

The University of Warwick is to receive almost £5million funding to support the next generation of engineering, technology & science researchers.

Warwick signs agreement with Venetian university

Staff and students at the universities of Warwick and Ca’ Foscari in Venice stand to benefit from sharing student services, teaching and research seminars under a new agreement reached last month.

Summer Graduations from the University of Warwick’s Part-time, 2+2 and Foundation Degree Programmes

Graduates from the University of Warwick’s Part-time, 2+2 and Foundation Degree programmes brought along family and friends to help them celebrate their success at this year’s graduation ceremonies.
Tue 19 Aug 2008, 09:20 | Tags: Awards and Distinctions, Study, Community, Mature Students

Celebrating 20 Years of Part-time Degrees

On Monday 23 April, staff and students celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Part-time Degrees at the University of Warwick.

Part-time Degree graduates joined current students and University staff to reflect on their experiences of the part-time degree programme and celebrate their successes.

Warwick ranked 6th in Sunday Times University Guide

The Sunday Times University Guide, published yesterday, ranks Warwick 6th in the UK.

Warwick has climbed one place since the 2004 edition.

Adult Learning - Closing dates approaching

If you are considering adult learning, the Centre for Lifelong Learning at Warwick University is sure to have a suitable course allowing you to enhance your career prospects, meet new people or simply study a subject that is of interest to you. Returning to education can seem daunting, but it is also exciting as our recent graduates and students on the 2+2 degree programme explain.
Tue 23 Aug 2005, 12:03 | Tags: Mature Students

Success for Warwick at Blog Conference

The University's weblog service, warwickblogs was very well received at a recent blogging conference held in London. E-lab's John Dale presented at the Blogs in Action Conference 2005 and received positive feedback from a number of delegates, for the implementation, content, design and marketing of the site.

Warwick Business School Student Comes Top Again

Lizzie Penny, a student of International Business at Warwick Business School won Undergraduate Student of the Year in the seventh annual Awards for Business and Management Students, sponsored by the UK's Association of Business Schools.

Centre for Lifelong Learning - Open Studies Award Ceremony

Over 300 people gathered for the Open Studies Awards Ceremony on Saturday at the University when students received their awards from Professor Stuart Palmer, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Warwick.

Campus Roadworks – Alternative Bus Stop

Due to main campus roadworks during the period 16 to 27 August buses will be following an alternative on-and-off campus route.

The roadworks have resulted in buses having to follow an alternative campus route - entering campus from the Gatehouse end, travelling along University Road and turning up Library Road to drop-off and pick-up passengers. A temporary bus stop will be placed between Humanities and the Library. Buses will then exit campus by turning right at the top of Library Road.

Nominate A Volunteer

The Higher Education Active Community Fund (HEACF) Student Volunteering Awards is now open for nominations. It is now open for entries from both staff and students, culminating in an Awards Ceremony held at Twickenham Stadium with prizes worth £200 each.

Survey Proves On-Campus Mobile Telephone Base Stations Safe

In January the Estates Office commissioned the National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB) to carry out a survey assessing the University community’s exposure to radio signals from the mobile phone base stations on the roof of the Library. The survey demonstrated that the base stations pose no threat to University members and that the exposure to radio signals is well beneath recommended guidelines.

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