- 2+2 Degree Pathway
Our 2+2 degree pathway includes two years studying full-time at a local college, giving you the skills and confidence to prepare you for the final two years here at Warwick. Students start on our BA (Hons) Social Studies and can transfer to the BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy in year three if they wish.
Our part-time degree programme is ideal if you're looking to study at your own pace.
- Early Childhood (foundation degree)
- Early Childhood (BA (Hons) top-up)
- BA (Hons) Person-centred Counselling and the Psychotherapeutic Relationship
- BA (Hons) Classics
- BA (Hons) English and Cultural Studies
- BA (Hons) French Studies
- BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy
- BA (Hons) History
- BA (Hons) Social Studies
- Postgraduate Diploma in Education
- Certificate in Education and Training
- Diploma in Education and Training
- View our full range of ITT courses here
Our FREE 14-week part-time Gateway to HE offers you the chance to see if study is for you.
This 10-week course gives an introduction to mindfulness practice, including types of mindfulness and their benefits.
This online version of our popular Mindfulness for Everyday Living course provides you with the opportunity to learn about mindfulness remotely and benefit from online face-to-face interactions with the tutor and other students if desired.
If you have previously attended a mindfulness course and/or have experience of practising mindfulness, this 10-week course could be for you
In this 10-week course you will compare the person-centred approach to counselling to the psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural models, exploring some of the key elements of the theoretical backgrounds.
This course offers you a foundation of relevant models and practical skills that will equip you to engage in purposeful coaching and mentoring conversations and relationships. It can be studied in 6 or 9 months.
The Diploma in Coaching aims to enable you to deepen your knowledge of the theory and practice of coaching. It can be studied in 6 or 9 months.
This course explores a number of topical issues and examines their origins and the impact they have upon our lives and the lives of others.
Maths with chocolate!
This course seeks to help participants recover their natural curiosity, make maths fun and accessible, re-build confidence and resilience and lay a strong foundation for further contact with maths.
This course will explain what ‘mental health’ is.
We will look at what is anxiety and depression and help people to recognise simple things in themselves and others which will help to promote and sustain good mental health.