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Wed 17 Apr, '24
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Explore Postgraduate Study at Warwick
Online

Join our Student Recruitment Team for for an informative and engaging webinar, where we will provide you with all the essential details you need to embark on your postgraduate journey at Warwick.

During the webinar, we will cover:

  • An introduction to the University of Warwick

  • Life as a postgraduate student

  • Fees and funding

  • Accommodation.

You will also have the opportunity to take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus.

Audience: Prospective PG Students

Thu 18 Apr, '24
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Information Evening - Primary and Secondary PGCE programmes

Become the teacher you want to be. Join us at one of our information evenings to find out more about studying your PGCE with us. We run dedicated sessions for both our Primary and Secondary Home PGCE taught in the UK. By joining us online you can:

Find out more about our PGCE and MA courses from wherever you are in the world
Learn about the benefits and support available when you study with us
Discover why teaching is an excellent career choice

Wed 24 Apr, '24
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Applying for Postgraduate Study
Online

Find out more about how to apply for our postgraduate taught and postgraduate research courses. Delivered by a member of our postgraduate admissions service, this session will cover the different stages you will go through whilst preparing and submitting your application. It will also explain our decision-making process in more detail.

Thu 25 Apr, '24
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Information Evening - PGCEi and PGCE iQTS programmes

Become the teacher you want to be. Join us at one of our information evenings to find out more about studying your PGCE with us. We run sessions for both our PGCE iQTS and PGCEi courses for those overseas. By joining us online you can:

Find out more about our PGCEi and iQTS courses from wherever you are in the world
Learn about the benefits and support available when you study with us
Discover why teaching is an excellent career choice

Thu 25 Apr, '24
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Renaissance Centre PG Open Day
Ramphal Building, R0.03

You are warmly invited to the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance's Open Day on Thursday 25th April 2024, where we will be giving potential students the opportunity to listen to a brief overview of the Centre here at Warwick and its courses (credit and non-credit), opportunities available, application process, funding etc. with the Centre’s Director (Dr Teresa Grant) and Director of Graduate Studies (Dr Aysu Dincer).

Your UG degree does not need to be in an Arts subject in order to apply / be accepted onto the course, 'MA in the Culture of the European Renaissance'.

Part time students are encouraged.

14:00-15:00 - Welcome from Director and Director of Graduate Studies ~ Masters Studies: Introduction, overview, applying, fees, funding
15:00 - Meet and Q&A with current students, plus tea and cake
15:30 - Tour of campus (optional)

Mon 29 Apr, '24
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Discover Postgraduate English at Warwick
Online

Our informative and engaging webinar, delivered by staff and students, will give you the opportunity to find out everything you need to know about postgraduate study in English and Comparative Literary Studies.

We will provide you with information on our different Postgraduate courses, our research areas, and what it is like to be a Postgraduate student studying with us. You can also join our sample seminars to get an idea of what you might be able to study.

Whether you're interested in pursuing a Master's degree or a PhD with us, this webinar will provide valuable information to help you make informed decisions about your academic future.

Wed 22 May, '24
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Applying for Postgraduate Study
Online

Find out more about how to apply for our postgraduate taught and postgraduate research courses. Delivered by a member of our postgraduate admissions service, this session will cover the different stages you will go through whilst preparing and submitting your application. It will also explain our decision-making process in more detail.

Thu 30 May, '24
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Explore Postgraduate Study at Warwick
Online

Join our Student Recruitment Team for for an informative and engaging webinar, where we will provide you with all the essential details you need to embark on your postgraduate journey at Warwick.

During the webinar, we will cover:

  • An introduction to the University of Warwick

  • Life as a postgraduate student

  • Fees and funding

  • Accommodation.

You will also have the opportunity to take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus.

Audience: Prospective PG Students

Mon 10 Jun, '24
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Information Evening - Primary and Secondary PGCE programmes

Become the teacher you want to be. Join us at one of our information evenings to find out more about studying your PGCE with us. We run dedicated sessions for both our Primary and Secondary Home PGCE taught in the UK. By joining us online you can:

Find out more about our PGCE and MA courses from wherever you are in the world
Learn about the benefits and support available when you study with us
Discover why teaching is an excellent career choice

Thu 13 Jun, '24
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Information Evening - PGCEi and PGCE iQTS programmes

Become the teacher you want to be. Join us at one of our information evenings to find out more about studying your PGCE with us. We run sessions for both our PGCE iQTS and PGCEi courses for those overseas. By joining us online you can:

Find out more about our PGCEi and iQTS courses from wherever you are in the world
Learn about the benefits and support available when you study with us
Discover why teaching is an excellent career choice

Tue 9 Jul, '24
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Warwick Talk and Tour
Campus

A Warwick Talk and Tour lasts around two hours and consists of an overview presentation from one of our Recruitment Officers covering the key features, facilities and activities that make Warwick a leading institution. The talk is followed by a campus tour, which is the perfect way to view campus, with a current student guiding you around the key areas on campus, including the Library, Students' Union and Warwick Arts Centre. This is also an excellent opportunity to speak to current students and gain insight into student life at Warwick. The activities on the day may be reversed if the event attracts large numbers of visitors.

This event is open to prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Tue 30 Jul, '24
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Warwick Talk and Tour
Campus

A Warwick Talk and Tour lasts around two hours and consists of an overview presentation from one of our Recruitment Officers covering the key features, facilities and activities that make Warwick a leading institution. The talk is followed by a campus tour, which is the perfect way to view campus, with a current student guiding you around the key areas on campus, including the Library, Students' Union and Warwick Arts Centre. This is also an excellent opportunity to speak to current students and gain insight into student life at Warwick. The activities on the day may be reversed if the event attracts large numbers of visitors.

This event is open to prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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