A student from the University of Warwick has been selected for the prestigious Schwartzman Scholarship in Beijing, China.
Coventry and Warwickshire Local Government leaders and Universities call for strong Midlands Voice in EU negotiations
Coventry and Warwickshire local government leaders, and the city and county’s two universities, are united in their resolve that the concerns, interests, and indeed opportunities for growth in region must have their voice heard in any forthcoming negotiations following the recent EU referendum.
The University of Warwick has been recognised for encouraging its students to be more active.
Students at Coventry’s WMG Academy for Young Engineers won three trophies last week at the F1 in Schools national finals at Silverstone Race Track.
The University of Warwick is to receive almost £5million funding to support the next generation of engineering, technology & science researchers.
Ashmolean researchers team up with staff and student volunteers from University of Warwick to bring Roman history to life in Oxford
The Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions project, a collaborative project between the University of Warwick and the Ashmolean Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents is organising ‘The Walking Dead’, as part of the Ashmolean’s DEADFriday Event on 30th October 2015.
On Saturday 3 October the University of Warwick introduced a new cycle scheme on campus, UniCycles at Warwick, in partnership with German company nextbike. It is hoped that the UniCycles at Warwick will help to create an even greener more accessible campus at the University of Warwick.
Two high-profile politicians will take questions from new and current students at the University of Warwick when they sit on the panel of the Department of Economics’ annual Question Time next week.
Work has started on building a second WMG Academy for Young Engineers in Chelmsley Wood, Solihull. Scheduled for completion in July 2016, the new academy is currently taking applications for the first cohort of students to start in September 2016.
Students and academics from the University of Warwick, working with the Vice-Chancellor’s wife Lynda Thrift, have put together a cookery book as a part of the University’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Simple Scoff: The Anniversary Edition. The book offers cheap, simple recipes and cooking tips from around the university. It also features illustrations and poems by former students and staff such as BBC media correspondent Torin Douglas.
Key professions such as nursing, teaching and social work are losing thousands of potential recruits as student mothers drop out of higher education due to a lack of support from universities.