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Study Happy

Study Happy programme

Study Happy is about supporting students' wellbeing in library spaces and beyond.

Our events are a great opportunity to meet other students, develop new skills and, most importantly, take a break and have fun.


Our popular Study Happy events will continue to run online for the moment and to bring you much more than events we have created the Library Online Lounge.

Check out LOL as well as the Library's Facebook and Instagram.

Check out our calendar to see what's coming up and let us know if you have any ideas for Study Happy activities.

Learn together

Trying new activities and developing the skills you already have helps you stay engaged and curious, supporting your wellbeing.

Currently, we’re running peer-led Clinical Skills sessions for students interested in studying medicine, and we’re looking to expand our programme.

If you have a skill or a hobby you’d like to share with others, whether it’s crafty, techy or something entirely different, get in touch - library at warwick dot ac dot uk - and we’ll explore how we can support you in doing this.


Have a question or idea for an event?

Send an email to library at warwick dot ac dot uk or contact us via Facebook and Twitter.

See what we do

Watch our video

Present WISe

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Present WISe is an online resource designed to support the development of your skills in creating effective visual presentations.

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Mindful Library

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Online resources for incorporating mindfulness in your everyday activities, open to all students.

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Keep in touch

Study Blog

Meet the Study Happy team

The Study Happy Team supports students wanting to make the most of their time at the University of Warwick. We organise social, cultural and wellbeing-focused events in study spaces, and help you get in touch with expert services on campus.