Whether you’re arriving in September or at another time of year, we can’t wait to welcome you to our Warwick community. These pages will help you find out where you need to be and what you need to do to help make your arrival as smooth as possible. If you'll be living on campus, don't forget to check out our Campus Accommodation Arrival Instructions.
If you'll be living off campus, we also recommend checking out our page of guidance for off-campus students.
Spring Term Welcome
Mon 8 Jan, Warwick Arts Centre Gallery Foyer
We warmly invite all students starting their studies at Warwick in January to attend our welcome event, here you will be able to meet other new students, find out about the range of support services available at Warwick and enjoy some free sandwiches and soft drinks.
If you cannot make the event, or want to refer back to the information provided, you can check out the presentation slides by clicking the button below.
International Students - Right to Study Check
After completing course registration, all international students requiring a visa to study in the UK will need to attend an in-person right to study check (you can also collect your BRP at the same time, if we have it).
You can book your Right to Study Check Event via MyAdvantage, find out more by clicking the button below.
Find your bearings with our interactive campus map. We're also offering campus tours on Monday 8th Jan 2024, pop along to Warwick Arts Centre between 3pm - 4.30pm to meet one of our student ambassadors who'll take you on a 45 minute walk round campus.
Information on arrangements for post and parcels for on campus residents including the address you should use when ordering items, what happens when items arrive on campus, and where to collect items from.
Information and resources for students living in on-campus accommodation. The RCT work and live alongside students within the halls of residence and are a key part of welfare and support. You'll also find information about specific residences and Residential Community events.
Starting university is an exciting time but we understand that it can also be challenging and it is normal to be a little nervous. Find out more to ease your transition.
Everything you need to know about using the Library at Warwick, including self-guided tours.
Explore Coventry City centre on this self-guided tour, starting from the Railway Station. We recommend taking the tour during daylight hours and in good weather.
A self-guided tour of Leamington Spa town centre, starting from the Parish Church. We recommend taking the tour during daylight hours and in good weather.
Warwick Goose Chase
Take part in our campus based, self-guided treasure hunt and get to know your new friends, and campus, a little better. We recommend taking the tour during daylight hours and in good weather.
Undergraduate Welcome Talk 2023
A big welcome to our new Undergraduate students from the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stuart Croft, the Director of Student Experience, Adele Browne, and Students' Union President, Anna Taylor.
Postgraduate Welcome Talk 2023
A big Welcome to Warwick for new Postgraduates from Prof. Lee Griffin, Academic
Warwick: Values, Support & Expectations
To ensure that everyone in our community has the best possible experience, all students, when accepting a place with us, have agreed to uphold our community valuesLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window.
The purpose of this session is to talk through those values and behaviours in practice, who Report + SupportLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window are and how we can help.