The Skills team helps ensure all Warwick students are ready for life after graduation - and equipped with the skills they need for a successful future.
We run programmes and interventions that are purposeful, relevant, and grounded in research, and that give students opportunities and support for recognising, developing, reflecting on, and articulating their full range of skills.
Our core programmes are Sprint, URSS, and the Warwick Award – find out more about each of them below.
Develop vital skills to improve your employability, whilst completing your undergraduate or taught master’s programme, at a pace that suits you.
Register now to be part of the pilot during the 2022 summer term, and give yourself a head start on the Award, which launches fully this autumn.
The Undergraduate Research Support Scheme enables undergraduate students to carry out an interdisciplinary summer research project.
The scheme is open to any UG student at Warwick of a full-time or part-time course, in any year including first and final year students.
Sprint is an immersive personal development programme for female university students.
Designed by the Springboard Consultancy in conjunction with Oxford and Cambridge universities, Sprint helps to equip students with skills to enable them to accelerate their potential in all areas of life.