- About the Doctoral College
Find out more about accommodation both off and on campus, including Postgraduate Student Specific Information.
Your journey at Warwick continues after your studies have ended - Warwick likes to keep in touch and we can direct you to the information you need to join the Alumni community.
Apply for a postgraduate course at Warwick
- Audio Visual Services (AV)
Find out more about audio and video conferencing.
Our campus - a great place to research and study.
- Campus Security
The Campus Security team is part of the People Group and has a primary focus on safeguarding everyone within our campus community.
- Careers and Skills
Our dedicated careers service can help you to develop your skills, plan your career, prepare for applications and interview, find work experience and even get a job.
- Centre for Arts Doctoral Research Excellence (CADRE)
Provides scholarships, professional development training and information for postgraduate doctoral students (PGRs) in the Arts Faculty at the University of Warwick.
- Centre for Lifelong Learning
- Centres for Doctoral Training
We offer several interdisciplinary Centres for Doctoral Training, which aim to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to tackle today's global issues. They bring together various areas of expertise and offer a dynamic environment for PhD student training.
The Chaplaincy is a place of hospitality, safety, care and encounter if you need space to reflect in the midst of a busy academic life.
- Children's Services
Is a collective service incorporating all the childcare and holiday schemes run on campus.
- Community Engagement Team (Library)
The Library team works to provide you with the support, opportunities and facilities that you require during your time at Warwick.
- Counselling Services
The University Counselling Service (UCS) is available to students registered with the University of Warwick, at any level of study.
- Dean of Students' Office
Information about Personal Tutors and when to contact the Dean of Students' Office.
- Degree Congregation
Degree congregation information from the Awards and Ceremonies team.
- Dignity at Warwick
Information, guidelines and advice on acceptable behaviour, processes for reporting and dealing with inappropriate behaviour.
- Disability Services
Existing students and applicants can declare any disability or learning difference and contact us in advance to discuss support requirements to enable us to make reasonable adjustments for the duration of their studies.
- Dissertation Word Lengths and Credit Tariffs
- Eating at Warwick Scheme
Vouchers and discounts.
- English Language Support (CAL)
See English language support whilst studying - Centre for Applied Linguistics (CAL).
Information if you are a new student, enrolling on a course with the University for the first time, or enrolling on a new course having successfully completed a period of study at Warwick.
Providing enterprise skills development, one-to-one support and guidance for enterprising ideas, opportunities for funding, mentoring and networking as well as access to Warwick’s entrepreneurial eco-system.
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
We strive to achieve fair and equal representation for all, allowing everyone in our community to contribute and reach their full potential.
- Exams Office
Part of the Academic Office, the Examinations Office can support postgraduate taught students with information relating to your exams, from timetables to updates.
- Extension Requests (PGR only)
If you are unable to submit your thesis by your end of registration you may be able to request an extension via the Student Records team.
- Gateway to Research
GtR is a web-based portal that publishes information about funded research that can assist businesses and other interested parties to identify potential partners in research organisations to develop and commercialise knowledge, and thereby increase the impact of publicly funded research.
- Grad Deck (Space)
The Grad Deck serves as an informal public space for postgraduate events, and it's location in one of the most beautiful parts of campus.
The Awards & Ceremonies team assist you in ensuring your "big day" is a memorable one, as well as helping alumni with queries relating to replacement certificates and authorised certificate copies.
- Health Centre
Access the wide range of health services available at our surgery.
- Health and Safety
provides specialist advice: Fire control, chemical safety, laser use, biosafety, food safety, well-being and other areas...
- Higher Education Academy
Find out more about PRES and PTES Surveys.
- IT Services
For problems and queries relating to emails, logging in, printing, network and wifi, computers and IT suites, get in touch with IT Services.
- Immigration Advice
Our immigration service helps advice you on visa's and procedures.
- Information Security
Information and data compliance.
- Institute of Advanced Study (IAS)
Warwick’s IAS supports activity to promote research that is innovative, interdisciplinary and international.
- Institute of Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL)
Warwick's IATL seeks to enhance the student experience at Warwick by supporting staff and students in the development of innovative practice in teaching and learning.
- International Student Office
Everything you need to know about living and studying as an international student at Warwick, including guidance on finance, visas and adapting to life in the UK.
- Language Centre
provide language learning opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate students, University staff, and members of the public.
- Learning Grid (Spaces)
- Learning and Development Centre (LDC)
Support students and staff to learn and develop.
You’ll find more than books at the Library. As a postgraduate, you’ll find resources such as online journal articles and ebooks available wherever you are and services to help you develop your information skills or your use of multimedia. They also have a variety of study environments to suit your study needs.
- Masters Skills Programme (MSP)
A series of events and workshops designed to develop your employability and research skills.
- Mental Health and Wellbeing Team
The Mental Health Co-ordinators, are available to meet with students who have been diagnosed with a mental health condition or who have a severe and/or enduring mental health difficulty/disability.
PG Mentoring has been created to give you the opportunity to get pastoral support and advice from trained PG Mentors.
- Midlands Graduate School ESRC DTP
The Midlands Graduate School is an accredited Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Partnership.
- Modern Records Centre
- Monash-Warwick Alliance (Immigration)
This page contains information for PhD (and other doctoral) students who are from outside of the EEA, and have been offered a place to study a joint PhD as part of the Monash-Warwick Alliance agreement.
- Music Centre
There's no music degree here at Warwick, and so everything we do here is for all students and staff to enjoy, no matter what their subject is.
MyFiles provides access to your files whilst away from your office; via a web page, or mapping a drive via WebDAV.
Your Warwick portal.
A student-run, confidential, and non-judgmental peer-to-peer support listening service.
All members of the University are eligible to register their child with the Nursery. You'll be welcomed into a friendly and nurturing environment while you study or work.
- On Track
A programme of workshops, designed to help you maintain your work-life balance and provide practical information and support for your academic development and research.
- PG Hub (Space)
The PG Hub is the heart of the postgraduate community at Warwick. It has facilities for both independent and group study, presentations, meetings and workshops. It also provides you with a space to socialise with peers, meet for informal chat or chill out in our relaxation room.
- PG Tips
Meet other postgrads, and share tips on postgrad life.
Find people here at Warwick.
- PhD by Published Work
What is it and how you can apply.
- Places to Eat
Cafes, bars and restaurants
- Post Office
Warwick Post Office in Rootes.
- Post Room
Student Post information.
- Postgrad Realities
Postgraduate Realities is a set of online modules providing you with the tools you’ll need to tackle the twists and turns of your PhD journey, help you manage your wellbeing and work life balance to enable you reach your finish.
- Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES)
The Postgraduate Research Experience Survey is a national survey that provides students an opportunity to comment on their experiences as a Warwick postgraduate research student.
- Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)
The Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey is a national survey that provides students an opportunity to comment on their experiences as a Warwick postgraduate taught student.
- RCUK - now UKRI
now UK Research and Innovation.
You can re-enrol on your course if you're a returning student embarking on your next year of study or returning from a period of temporary withdrawal.
- Research Refresh
These sessions are a great opportunity to network with other researchers, discuss your research, and to take a break so that you can return to your work refreshed and relaxed.
- Research and Impact Services (RaIS)
Research Integrity and Research Support.
If you are funded by one of the seven Research Councils (full or part funding) you should provide outcomes via Researchfish. The 2020 survey closes on 12th March 2020, at 4pm.
- Rootes Grocery Store
A convenience store offering choice and quality, right in the heart of campus. We have a huge range of lunchtime options including sandwiches, hot grab-and-go food and a range of snacks.
- Safeguarding Policy
The University is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all staff, students and visitors who access its services, grounds and facilities. See our safegaurding policy page for more info.
- Scholarship Blogs
A number of blog posts written by Warwick Students can provide useful guidance and tips on scholarships and funding, including tips for scholarship applications and alternative means of funding your studies.
- Shops on campus
Shops on campus.
- Student Complaints
See the three stages of our student complations resolution procedure.
- Student Finance
For all student finance and fee queries.
- Student Funding
Assistance with funding your studies including advice if you are experiencing any hardship.
- Student Reception
based on the ground floor of Senate House, the Reception Team is the face of Warwick Accommodation and Student Finance as well as other Academic related enquiries.
- Student Records
Student Records are responsible for holding accurate and up-to-date student information.
- Student Status Letter Request
The online form if you need to request a student status letter.
- Student Support
Student support homepage.
- Student Union Advice Centre
The Students' Union Advice Centre offers practical advice on all kinds of subjects relating to student life. They provide a free, confidential, impartial and non-judgemental service for all students at Warwick and are independent of the University.
- Students Union
Find out more information about all the Students Union can offer you.
- Subject Access Requests
Under the Data Protection Legislation, individuals are able to make requests to organisations to see any personal information which is held about them or a subject access request.
- Teaching Quality
TQ works to secure threshold standards for the University's academic programmes of study, and ensures that associated systems and procedures are fit for purpose.
- Term dates
University term dates linked to undergraduate study.
- The Graduate (Space)
A space in the Students' Union for postgraduates to relax and unwind or to study.
- Three Minute Thesis (3MT)
‘An 80,000 word PhD thesis would take 9 hours to present. Your time limit... 3 minutes.’ Come and take part.
- Travel Risk Policy
Thinking of travelling overseas for your study/research? Check the travel risk policy for essential safety advice.
- UK Research and Innovation
nee RCUK (Research Councils UK)
UK Research and Innovation is a new body which works in partnership with universities, research organisations, businesses, charities, and government to create the best possible environment for research and innovation to flourish.
UK Council for Graduate Education - The UK Council for Graduate Education is the independent voice of the UK postgraduate community.
If you are looking for additional funding or professional/work experience.
Vitae is the global leader in supporting the professional development of researchers, experienced in working with institutions as they strive for research excellence, innovation and impact.
Find out more information about Warwick Volunteers.
- WRAP - Warwick Research Archive Portal
Our open access research archive hosting journal articles, conference papers, doctoral dissertations and more.
- Warwick Conferences
Large conference facilities, professional meeting rooms, and creative spaces that inspire. You'll find that anything is possible with our unique venues, hotel-styled bedrooms and the quality spaces offered by a university campus.
- Warwick Print
Thesis binding and other services.
- Warwick Sport
See what support you can get from Warwick sport.
- Warwick Ventures
Warwick Ventures commercialises innovations produced from world-leading research at the University of Warwick.
- Welcome to Warwick
A guide to the various welcome events and becoming part of the postgraduate community at Warwick.
- Wellbeing Support Services
Wellbeing Support Services are here to provide you with help for a range of issues. This useful portal signposts to various services across the University that can support you with any questions you may have, ranging from: personal, emotional, mental wellbeing, disability support, practical issues and more.
- Widening Participation and Outreach
iInspiring young minds and maximise their potential, through unique opportunities both in school and on campus.
- Wolfson Research Exchange (Space)
The Wolfson Research Exchange (or REx) is a community space for all Warwick researchers. It provides a forum for interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as spaces for both individual and group study.