At Warwick, we offer a range of pre-university support for those whose education has been disrupted. Below you will find some links to what we have available.
|Warwick Scholars - designed to help you to gain a place at Warwick by maximising your academic potential, developing skills that will help you to succeed here and providing insight and experience of what it will be like to study here. Support doesn't stop once you enrol at Warwick - you will continue to be a Warwick Scholar throughout your studies and even after you graduate, giving you enhanced access to a wide range of additional opportunities.|
|Realising Opportunities - a unique collaboration of 15 leading, research intensive universities, working together to promote fair access and social mobility of students from groups under represented in higher education. The RO Programme provides able students with skills and information to help them not only make informed decisions about their future and to raise their aspirations to progress to a leading research intensive university, but to support their current work in school/college|
Sutton Trust Summer School - gives you the opportunity to experience what university is really like; explore one of 40 subjects at Warwick, meet new people, develop essential life skills and receive applications support
|Pathways to law, banking and finance, and engineering programmes - Pathways at Warwick is an engaging two year programme that gives students practical advice about university and the workplace in a particular sector, with the overall aim of leaving students feeling inspired and more confident about their future|
|A-Level Bootcamp - free 3 day A Level Revision Bootcamp during the Easter holidays. Participants will learn, revise and study one subject area intensively, with the chance to review progress through assessments and 1-2-1 feedback.|
|Digital resources - a selection of free resources to help you succeed|
|Contextual offers - At Warwick, we understand that your personal circumstances might have an effect on your results, therefore we are committed to break the barriers to Higher Education through our contextual offers. These are offers lower than the standard entry requirements for your course that takes into account your hardship.|
Wellbeing support - we have a range of self-help resources available to you before you even join
Transition Support - Starting university is an exciting time but we understand that it can also be challenging and it is normal to be a little nervous. The resources and information in the sections below have been put together to help you support you in your transition to university.
|Estranged students support - we also offer wellbeing support for estranged students, including those with no parental support or have come from care|