Excellence in all of our disciplines and a leader in interdisciplinary research.
Warwick has a reputation for excellence. But a world-class institution has to continue to strive for excellence, in all disciplines. We’re committed to doing this, ensuring that our research makes a distinctive, competitive impact on the world.
Impressive though our growth has been over the past fifty years, we’re still smaller than most of our world-class competitors, particularly in the sciences and medicine. Achieving the required growth will call for bold and creative steps in these areas, cutting across disciplinary boundaries, both intellectually and institutionally. In pursuing ever greater forward momentum, we must also identify sustainable ways to enhance our Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Find out more about Goal Two
What have we done so far across Goal Two?
- Warwick has been selected via a competitive process as one of five founder university members of the Alan Turing Institute.
- A series of international events have marked the 50th anniversary of the University's Global Research Priorities and a new priority has been added in Cyber Security.
- In the academic year 2014/15, Warwick secured over £21.5m in EU research grants.
- Warwick continues to develop innovative research partnerships, for example the Energy Research Accelerator, and the British Geological Survey.
- A 'Supporting Impact' working group has been established chaired by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Science, Medicine and Engineering.
Achieving research excellence