During Welcome Week, we ran a programme of events and activities in partnership with the Students' Union, designed to help you settle in, make friends and adapt to life at Warwick. We delivered this through a personalised timetable where you were able to build a customised Welcome Week experience. We're now running a series of consultations designed to give you the chance to give us your views!
A meeting of the Assembly of the University in March considered two motions; one in relation to the Higher Education (HE) Green Paper and one in relation to Prevent. Both were passed with significant majorities and have since been discussed at Council and Senate. Find out what happens next.
Earlier this year the Students' Union Sabbatical Officers for 2016-17 were elected by you to run and develop the SU, and to ensure representation of student views in University decision-making.
Congratulations to Professor Louise Gracia who will take up the role of Dean of Students in August, a new role which will provide leadership around academic pastoral support.
Warwick can confirm that, for EU students starting their studies with us in Autumn 2016, Autumn 2017 and Autumn 2018, we will be protecting tuition fees from any increases linked to a change in fee status after the UK leaves the EU.
We've installed 4 new cycle-powered phone charger desks in the Library, offering you the chance to save energy and study at the same time. The new bike desks, from Belgian company WeWatt, convert the calories you burn while excersising into electricity for your phone, tablet, or even laptop - just bring your charger with you, plug in and get cycling.
The collaborative project between the SU and University services on reducing food waste has been recognised at the NUS Green Excellence Awards to be 'Outstanding' (85%+) - the highest classification available! And it's also been shortlisted for a Green Gown Award. The project included food waste collections, recipe cards to encourage cooking, awareness-raising posters, events, videos and web content. Many thanks to all of you who got involved!
Did you know you can send your Amazon deliveries to the rootes Post Office?
It's simple - just select “Local Collect” as your preferred delivery location.
The 24/7 Library proposal has been very welcome and has received wide support across the University community. It will now be presented to the University’s principal governing body, the Council.
We're celebrating 25 years of our 2+2 Degree programme - a widening participation programme that's enabled over 2000 local adults in to Higher Education. Take a look at the stories of some of our alumni.
Congratulations to the winners and commendees in this year’s WATE and WATE Postgraduate Awards!
Congratulations to Daryl Qilin Yam whose new novel, Kappa Quartet, will be launched at the Singapore Writers festival in November this year.
Meet a selection of some of the winners from this year's Staff Awards. Find out what they did to be nominated and how they felt about winning.
On 14 January 2016, 18 Members of Parliament voted to scrap all maintenance grants for new undergraduates from 2016/17, and replace them with loans. Hear from Stuart and Isaac over at the Exec Blog.
Don't throw your old books away at the end of the year. Did you know that you can bring your old books to the Book & Gift Shop and get up to a 1/3 back of the retail value? You don’t even need to have bought them from us.
The Clay Jars Project is a documentary series made by English and Comparative Literary Studies student Adesola Akerele, and it engages students from ethnic minorities on a range of topics. The first episode asks young male students what they would tell their future daughters. There are five episodes, which will be released weekly, every Sunday at 8pm.
Work to refurbish the ceiling in the Humanities building is now underway. A fully signposted and accessible diversion will be in place. If you have a bike secured on the existing cycle hoops, please remove them prior to the 31 May. To ensure sufficient cycle parking facilities, we are installing new racks adjacent to the Humanities entrance too.
We’re now offering Flexi-pay car parking cards, which save you the trouble of needing the correct change each time you park. They're £35 for a book of 10, or £31.50 if you pay with your Eating at Warwick card - so they can save you money too. Each card offers a full day’s parking in any pay and display space on campus. Also, in response to a number of the issues raised in the recent survey on disabled parking, we've made a few updates to our disabled parking provision.
Draft higher education legislation has been set out in parliament. Read about the key proposals, commentary from the sector and our response to the prior green paper. Find out more
From July 2016 a new bus service, running all the way from Oxford to Birmingham Airport will stop at our campus Bus Interchange.
Our Postroom are now using a new, email-based notification system for all parcel/recorded items deliveries to campus residences. From now on, there won’t be any notification cards delivered to your halls – just come to the post room with your ID card once you have the email and you can pick the parcel up.
We've been ranked as one of the world’s top 100 universities in 2016’s Times Higher Education (THE) World Reputation Rankings.
Warwick Sub are a team of seven engineering finalists who are designing and developing a race worthy competitor for July's European International Submarine Races. Check out their newly unveiled 'Godiva 2' sub!
Congratulations to all those shortlisted or longlisted for the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence! Take a look at the lists to see which staff and postgraduates have been recognised. Winners and commendees will be announced at the end of June.
We're once again in the top 10 in the UK, and the leading university in the West Midlands, in the latest UK University league table - maintaining our record of having never finished outside of the top ten.