If you are an Undergraduate Student, we offer plenty of opportunities for you to develop your skills while you are at university. View our video on the right and/or scroll down for a summary of all the support you can access from our team.
Remember there are many other areas around the university that also offer support:
The Warwick Skills Portfolio Award (WSPA) will help you to develop skills that are valued by employers and that will be useful for you more broadly, in your personal life and whilst studying here at Warwick.
Short learning activities designed to help you develop your skills. Focus on your wellbeing, succeed in your studies, develop your creativity and innovation, work well with others and communicate better.
A full day focused on your personal development. We wrap relevant skills development workshops on a conference style day, so you can take time out to reward yourself and develop.
One-on-one suport for academic related questions. For help with general study skills e.g. exam revision, time management, presentation feedback, reading and note-making strategies.
Get help with Maths and Stats content, data interpretation, numerical reasoning and other related questions. This service is intended for general questions from students from any background.
As an undergraduate, your main form of examination is via written assignments, mostly essays and exam scripts. Complete an online course, attend face to face sessions or see an academic writing mentor.
The Sprint programme has been introduced for all female students, to help you take hold of your personal development and help realise your ambitions.
The Undergraduate Research Support Scheme enables undergraduate students to carry out an interdisciplinary summer research project.