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Spring Term Welcome Events

January events
To help you settle in, the University and Students’ Union have a number of Welcome events throughout January and February. These are a fantastic opportunity to make friends, find your way around and to try new things. They include:
All student events:

    You can also find more on the MyWarwick and Students' Union events calendar.

    Study Abroad/Erasmus events:
          • Study Abroad Welcome Meeting - OC1.05 Oculus, Monday 6 January, 9am-11am
          • Snack and Chat - NAIC Café, Wednesday 15 January, 4pm-5.30pm
          • Snack and Chat - NAIC Café, Tuesday 21 January, 4pm-5.30pm
          • Snack and Chat - NAIC Café, Tuesday 11 February, 4pm-5.30pm
          • Snack and Chat - NAIC Café, Tuesday 10 March, 4pm-5.30pm

          PG Only events:

              There is lots more information on resources for PGR students on the Doctoral College website. You can also find the latest events on the PG events calendar. The Library also has lots of useful resources for postgraduate students.

              Finding your way

              The Warwick campus is very big and it may take a little time for you to get your bearings. The interactive campus map is a great tool to help you find your way around and get to grips with where you will be studying.

              Striking a healthy balance of work, rest and play is crucial to getting the best out of your time here.

              Whether you are looking to pursue a current interest, try new things or just want to meet people, there are plenty of opportunities you can get involved with. Here is some information on opportunities and services you may find useful:

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              PG Funding Opportunities

              There are a number of scholarships and funding opportunities available for postgraduate students.

              PhD students can also apply for funded research projects.