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About us

For more than 30 years the Centre for Lifelong Learning has been a centre of expertise in the education of lifelong learners in different contexts, with a focus on enabling adult learners to achieve their personal and professional goals by accessing a Warwick education, irrespective of background. See the statistics* below that reflect who we are (*internal data collected in June 2023).

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42 nationalities

🌎A global network

There are 42 nationalities among our current students

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74% local students

🚩A local community

74% of our students are based in West Midlands
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32% without A-levels

🔑 Accessible Higher-Education

In 2022, 32% of our students joining the courses do not have A-levels or level-3 qualifications

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85% 1st and 2nd class degrees

🌱A nurturing place

From 2016 to 2022, 85% of our undergraduate have achieved a first or second class honours degree

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1000+ students studying here

✹A learning hub for many

We are home to over 1000 undergraduate and postgraduate students

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20+ professional partners

🀝A collaborative institution

We work with over 20 partners, including professional bodies and partner colleges, and are always looking to build new partnerships