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Free stress management course for undergraduates

Undergraduate students are invited to take part in a free four-week stress management course held on Fridays, Weeks 2-5 of Term 1. The course will be led by an experienced well-being coach.

Independent Review into student disciplinary and appeal processes

Read the review in full, along with our guiding principles, vision and action plan.

European university alliance awarded €5m

Along with our European partner universities, the EUTOPIA alliance secured Erasmus+ grant to build a European University of the future.

NSS results show student satisfaction rises to 86.8% at Warwick, an increase of 2.2% image

Find out more about the results, which also show improvements in a number of other areas.

Big Screen to show Women's World Cup, Wimbledon and Netball World Cup Finals
Women's World Cup

Semi finals: Wed 3 July, 8pm and Sat 6 July, 4pm

Final: Sun 7 July, 4pm

Wimbledon Finals

Women’s: Sat 13 July | Men’s: Sun 14 July

Netball World Cup Finals (session 20)

Sunday 21 July | Session 20 | 2.30 - 7.30pm

Find out more: warwick.ac.uk/bigscreen 

Congratulations to our 3 Minute Thesis winners!

Congratulations to our 2019 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Overall Winner: Nathalie Mezza Garcia from Interdisciplinary Methodologies – The Complexities of Offshore Properties, and our Runner Up and Popular Choice Winner: Amy Newman from Life Sciences – A clock that ticks underground?

Videos can be watched from the Graduate School website: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/academicoffice/gsp/3mt

Improved buses coming to campus

If you travel between the University campus and Leamington you’ll be travelling on brand new buses from the start of the next academic year.


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In Memoriam: Alexander Paul

The University is deeply saddened by the news of the death of Alexander Paul in June.


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In the press

Organisations should challenge gendered attitudes to encourage family-friendly working policies and practices.

Organisations should challenge gendered attitudes and approaches towards flexible working to help encourage family-friendly working policies and practices, a new report led by researchers from the University of Warwick’s Institute for Employment Research (IER) and conducted for the Government Equalities Office has found.

 


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IT news & initiatives

Unlimited onsite support for your computer for one full academic year

Staff and students at Warwick can register for onsite support for their personal, privately owned computers during the first 30 days of the academic year and pay just £30* for unlimited support throughout the entire year. The service is provided in conjunction with our IT partner, XMA. This includes:

  • Unlimited on-campus support for your computer
  • Health checks of your computer to optimise its performance
  • Software support, such as help installing an operating system or other software
  • Hardware support, such as recovery after a virus, or repairs (excluding the cost of components)

Register for the service or read more about what is included.

* The £30 fee applies if you register and make payment within 30 days of the start of the academic year. To receive the same support without the support contract costs £45 each visit.