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Warwick Search

Warwick Search assembles results from different sources in a single page, showing matches for web pages, people, past exam papers, campus map locations and the University's open access research archive (WRAP). You can access the search facility at https://search.warwick.ac.uk.

Example searches

  • The word law – notice the default order of the results sections: suggested results; website search results; people; campus map; Warwick research archive; exam papers
  • People called Jackson
  • The phrase where physics – the Physics building on the campus map appears first in the results
  • The phrase who law – use this query to search for people called law rather than the School of Law
  • The phrase economics papers – past exam papers appear first in the results

Search tips

  • Make sure that your search terms are spelled correctly
  • Use multiple words – for example, when looking for information about staying in halls of residence, the query hall residence accommodation returns more relevant results than residence
  • Use AND to retrieve results for all words in the search terms – for example, family AND accommodation
  • Use OR to retrieve results for any words in the search terms – for example, mathematics OR statistics
  • Enclose terms in double quotes to search for the exact phrase – for example, "halls of residence"

We hope that this search service helps you to find the information you need quickly, wherever you are and however you search.