- Advance HE Fellowship
Fellowship demonstrates a personal and institutional commitment to professionalism in learning and teaching in higher education. Across four categories, from Associate to Principal, Fellowship provides individuals with recognition of their practice, impact and leadership of teaching and learning.
- Ambitious Futures
The Graduate Programme for University Leadership.
- Brilliant Club (The)
The Scholars Programme is run by The Brilliant Club, an award-winning university access charity. They recruit and train doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to pupils in schools that serve under-represented communities.
- British Library - Doctoral open days
Practical and inspiring open days for first year PhD students new to the British Library.
- City of Culture 2021
With less than a year to go, we're counting down to 2021. Join us as we prepare for Coventry City of Culture.
- Early Career Fellowship - IAS
The Early Career Fellowship Scheme supports completing Warwick doctoral candidates in the transition phase between their doctoral and independent postdoctoral research careers. Applications are welcomed twice per year.
- GUILD PGR Summer School 2020
The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities’ annual Summer School is a fantastic opportunity for you to meet PhD students from across Europe, from multiple disciplinary backgrounds.
- In search of the Super in Supervision
This IATL-funded project aimed to improve the experience and well-being of PhD students by developing resources to facilitate productive supervisory relationships.
The Postgraduate Community Engagement Team runs a peer mentorship scheme to provide support for postgraduate students – encouraging integration and a vibrant postgraduate experience.
- PGR Academic Representative
The SU's Academic Representation system ensures that students have a say on their educational experience here at Warwick.
Our Research Partnerships help grow our world-leading activity across all our disciplines.
- PhD Life Blog
A blog about the PhD student experience at Warwick.
- PhD Net - European
Max Planck PhD Net.
- Postgraduate Community - Virtual Events (Library)
Write here, write now, PGR drop in, Research refresh online
- Preparing to Teach in Higher Education (PTHE) and APP PGR
The APP PGR offers students insight, knowledge, skills and context in teaching in Higher Education, challenging perceptions, providing a dynamic learning environment and adding value to the work participants are doing at Warwick.
- Research Professional
Funding awareness, news.
- Researchers in Schools
The Researchers in Schools programme will support you to become an excellent secondary school teacher and maximise the benefits that having a PhD brings to your new career in teaching
- Transferable Skills in Sciences (Certificate)
The Postgraduate Certificate in Transferable Skills in Sciences is a professionally recognised skills qualification.
- UKCGE - UK Council for Graduate Education
The UK Council for Graduate Education (UKCGE) is the national representative body for postgraduate education and research.
- UKCISA - UK Council for International Student Affairs
The UK Council for International Student Affairs has worked to support international students and the institutions, students' unions and organisations who work closely with them.
- Vitae - support for PGRs
Organisation that realises the potential of researchers.
- WMG Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) are a UK-wide programme designed to help businesses improve their competitiveness and productivity through shared knowledge, technology and skills.
- Warwick Enterprise
Warwick Enterprise helps you develop your entrepreneurial skills and try out new business ideas and social enterprises.
- Warwick Volunteers
Warwick Volunteers supports students at the University of Warwick to volunteer in the communities around campus and where they live.
- Work experience
Having some experience of work before you leave university has many benefits, more than you might first think.