The Warwick Christmas Lectures have been running at the university for 8 years and are looking for enthusiastic and engaging scientists to share their expertise with a family audience.
Find out about IATL modules on offer for 2019/20 and discuss them with convenors and the IATL team at the upcoming Module Fair. This will take place in the Student Union Atrium on Monday 29th of April between 12-2pm. We are also happy to attend departmental fairs; please get in touch: IATL.email@example.com
Too busy to cook? The campus pizza delivery service is now available between 12pm and 7pm and you can order and pay online.
Over 1,200 students took advantage of the largest UK University Careers fair in Shanghai organised by the universities of Warwick, Birmingham and Nottingham.
In light of feedback which identified a number of problems with the provisional timetable, the Exams Team has taken the decision to remove it whilst these problems are resolved.
MMR Vaccine will protect you against three infectious diseases: Measles, Mumps and Rubella.
Register by April 17 for the first literary translation summer school to be held at Warwick.
The Student Post Room has different opening hours during the Easter vacation, click through to find out more
EU nationals have the right to vote and stand as a candidate in European elections. The next European elections will take place in May 2019. Find out more about your right to vote, including deadlines for registering to vote.
You are invited to submit photos on the theme 'Hope, Democracy and Development'.
Student Finance England applications are open now for the next academic year and all continuing students will need to reapply.
Rootes Grocery Store has set up a food donation drop off point at the front of the store.
Find out what happened on a recent International Student Office trip to Edinburgh!
Friends and colleagues of John Jose, fourth year Maths and Physics student who sadly died last week, are invited by John’s family to attend the funeral and wake.
Warwickshire Police is appealing for witnesses or information following an altercation in Leamington over the weekend.
As part of the enhanced wellbeing resource available for all those affected by the recent events surrounding the group chat, we have appointed an independent psychologist, Karen Mead, to provide individual sessions for those who would prefer to speak to a clinician not connected to the University.
The University has arranged an Immigration Briefing for staff and students affected by Brexit. The session will be led by Tijen Ahmed, an Associate at Shakespeare Martineau Solicitors and will take place on Thursday 7 February 2019 from 12.30-2.00pm in the IDL Auditorium, WMG.
Please register here for a place if you wish to attend.
Some students have fallen victim to financial scams, so we wanted to share some advice to help you avoid this situation.
On 27 February Amjad Rihan, whistleblower on the global gold trade and the Founder of Global Business & Financial Integrity (GBFI), which campaigns for policy reform in combatting financial crime, will speak on the role of the gold trade in fuelling conflict and human rights atrocities.
On 23 January the contractors carrying out preliminary construction work to prepare for the HS2 train line held a drop-in session to share more information about the work taking place. Find out what was discussed and next steps.
Careers & Skills Events
Care Companion bursts ‘bubble of confusion’ for carers in Coventry and Warwickshire
Carers are being given a new helping hand to guide them to the vital information they need on looking after a friend or relative, and to help them cope with the day to day challenges that may occur.
Now Available: Student records system read-only: 16 & 17 April
UPDATE - 17 April 2019: The Student Records maintenance has been completed ahead of schedule. Service has now been returned.
Staff, students and applicants will have limited access to records and tools during maintenance work. Find out what’s affected.