Read the review in full, along with our guiding principles, vision and action plan.
Along with our European partner universities, the EUTOPIA alliance secured Erasmus+ grant to build a European University of the future.
Find out more about the results, which also show improvements in a number of other areas.
Women's World Cup
Semi finals: Wed 3 July, 8pm and Sat 6 July, 4pm
Final: Sun 7 July, 4pm
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 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
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.
The University of Warwick has been named as one of the UK’s top ten, and one of the world’s top 100, universities by the QS World University Rankings.
Three performance athletes selected to represent GB students at the forthcoming World University Summer Games
Hannah Burnage, Kai Thomas-Prause and William Pike have been selected to represent Great Britain in the World University Summer Games in July in Naples, Italy.
Warwick Medical School graduate James Thornton is top performing Foundation Programme candidate in the UK
The marketing team is looking for around 10 postgraduate students to take part in a photoshoot on Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 June for its next recruitment campaign.
The team will need you for a maximum of two hours and you’ll receive £10 in Amazon vouchers for every hour you take part. You can indicate your availability throughout the day using the form below (these times are just to give us a rough idea of availability and are not the final time slots).
It’s not your standard smiley photoshoot, so we need people who are really confident being photographed.
A diverse mix of students is needed and there's only a finite number of places available, so if you have been selected to take part, the team will contact you by email with further details.
On 16 May 2019 our Msc Humanitarian Engineering students had the opportunity to build a variety of emergency shelters on campus by using naturally sourced materials such as bamboo. They had the opportunity to work as a member of a small team to efficiently construct, in the field, an emergency shelter, practicing every aspect of the construction process, from preparing the materials provided to assembling structural frames and attaching roof covers.
You can watch a video of their field course here!!
We are deeply saddened to confirm that Josh Hill, a second year student, has passed away in hospital following a fall in the Maths and Statistics building.
The University of Warwick has been named as one of the UK’s top ten universities by the Guardian 2020 University Guide.
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Forthcoming BBC programme on the Facebook group chat
Prof. Stuart Croft and Prof. Simon Swain visited Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) to sign several key agreements designed to further increase the depth and breadth of partnership between our institutions.
An expansion of the institutional-level student exchange agreement between Warwick and SJTU was formalised during this visit, giving a greater range of opportunities to study abroad, as Helen Johnson, Head of Study Abroad explains;
"The expansion of our student exchange with SJTU is an exciting development which will enable more Warwick students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, to experience life at a top Chinese university and choose from a wide range of short and long-term mobility activities including part-year exchange, summer schools and research projects”
Post-graduate students are invited to take part in a free four-week stress-management course during the month of June. The on-campus course will be led by an experienced well-being coach and will provide you with opportunities to explore and discuss stress from many aspects of post-graduate life (e.g. from academic work, planning for the future, to navigating various kinds of relationship, failure or change) and learn skills to manage them. The participants and the teacher will meet as a group for one hour each week.