Morteza Hashemi, a recent PhD graduate from the Department of Sociology has been awarded Iran's highest honour for research in the humanities and social sciences.
The University has published its financial statements for the 2016/17 year. This document provides an overview of all tuition fee, research grant and commercial income, as well as expenditure on staff costs, pensions and capital developments such as the Oculus, the Mathematical Sciences Building and the Sport and Wellness Hub. Find out more.
We've signed an agreement with the University of Hong Kong (HKU) which will allow undergraduate researchers at each university to carry out summer projects at the other university from next year.
The Arts Centre, Chaplaincy, Senate House, and the Social Sciences building will be closed for essential electrical maintenance on several days this month. Find out more.
The following Warwick Sport facilities will be open on December 12.
Given continuing poor weather conditions, the University’s severe weather policy remains in place for Tuesday 12 December, if you are coming onto campus.
Due to adverse weather conditions today some of our outlets will be closing early
It has been brought to our attention that there is a current scam which is targeting Tier 4 students. Some students may receive a telephone call from an individual who fraudulently purports to represent the Home Office.
Click to find an overview of what the University will do in the event of severe weather affecting campus or the local area.
View the annual report from the remuneration committee presented to the most recent meeting of the University Council held on 22 November. This committee decides the pay of senior staff, including the Vice-Chancellor.
Changes will be made to the atrium coffee bar and restaurant as part of the University House refurbishment programme.
Two University of Warwick graduates will be joining the next cohort of the prestigious Schwarzman Scholars programme, at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
As the holidays are approaching we wanted to remind you that with the UNIversal Gym scheme you get 2 for 1 gym access to your local University gym and Warwick Sport.
One of the biggest concerns for our prospective students is how to manage money successfully at university. Student Funding would like to get a more accurate picture of your weekly living costs to help students prepare for the costs of university life and you can take 5 minute Cost of Living questionnaire with a chance to win an Eating@Warwick top-up!
The post room will be very busy during the Christmas period. It won’t be guaranteed that everything received will be processed each day, on the day it arrives and it may take several days to process items.
The Graduate School is hosting a PGR Professional Development Forum on Monday 22 January 10.30 – 12.30 in the Library's Wolfson Research Exchange.
This forum will be an opportunity for research postgraduates to network and meet the PG Student Development Manager and PGR Professional Development Officer to discuss elements of your PG life.
Items open for discussion will be:
- The Professional Development Framework
- Warwick SkillsForge
- Training Provisions
- PGR Community
- Your Graduate Experience
After a short introduction there will be round table discussions, presentation of items, and a final open discussion. This is your opportunity to feed back to the Graduate School.
Tea, coffee and cake will be provided.
To book – find us on Warwick SkillsForge and search for ‘GS1’ ‘PGR Professional Development Forum’.
Any queries please contact: PGRdevelopment@warwick.ac.uk
Warwick Sport have partnered with Our Parks for a free and easy way to get fit; you can get active with new classes for all abilities at Claycroft Activity Zone on Wednesday lunchtimes.
Have you downloaded the My Warwick App? If so we are interested in talking to you!
Need to know how to write a risk assessment for your society, event or activity in accordance with health & safety laws and University policy? Find out more about our new risk assessment Moodle module, available to all students.
Week 7 is Pride Week, and no matter how you self-define, Warwick Pride has something for everyone including talks, workshops, cinema screenings and socials!
Get free tickets to attend the Coventry United Ladies FC game against West Ham United Ladies FC on Sunday 12 November in Coventry.
Explore world-class museums all over the UK and enjoy a year of endless inspiration with friends, for your studies, or just for you. Miss nothing with a Student Art Pass.
From the V&A and Tate Modern to Cardiff Castle and Jupiter Artland, a Student Art Pass brings you free access to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses, and 50% off major exhibitions. Plus, grab a tasty refreshment or memento at a bargain price with loads of café and shop discounts too.
The Student Art Pass is available until 10 December for just £5
Tops Tips to Make Sure You Can Stay Active
We chatted to Natasha, the Clinical Lead Physiotherapist from our Warwick Sport Physiotherapy Clinic, about her top tips for looking after your body and making sure you can stay active. See what she had to say...
Careers & Skills Events
Warwick academic helps launch new Mencap NI support programme for families and children with a learning disability
Professor Richard Hastings of the University of Warwick’s Centre for Educational Development Appraisal and Research (CEDAR) was one of the keynote speakers at today’s launch of Mencap NI’s new Family Support Programme, designed to help families and improve outcomes for young children with a learning disability across Northern Ireland.
Limited web sign-on during maintenance on Tuesday 19 December 2-4pm
While we carry out some essential work between 2-4pm on Tuesday 19 December, there will be limited access to web applications, including webmail, for up to 2 hours.
Users will be able to access some applications if they are already signed in when the work begins, but access will be limited and WebGroups will be read-only.
Thanks for your patience.