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Pathways Virtual Launches

This year the Pathways team hosted 3 virtual launches for our programmes, Pathways to Law, Pathways to Banking & Finance and the brand new Pathways to Engineering, throughout the months of November and December 2020. Click to read more!

Thu 07 Jan 2021, 14:19 | Tags: Pathways

The Warwick Christmas Lectures 2020

Tue 01 Dec 2020, 10:42

Year 13 Pathways to Banking & Finance Launch!

We kick-started Year 13 of our Pathways to Banking & Finance programme last month. Click to find out what happened!

Fri 13 Nov 2020, 16:06 | Tags: Pathways

Celebrating our University of Sanctuary status

Warwick was awarded University of Sanctuary status in 2017.

Tue 10 Nov 2020, 15:00

Celebrating Ten Years of Realising Opportunities

We have been looking back and celebrating ten years of Realising Opportunities.

Wed 28 Oct 2020, 16:24 | Tags: Realising Opportunities

Our Year 12 Access Programme Survey - Which Programme is right for you?

At Warwick we have many access programmes on offer and each one has its particular benefits and requirements. This tool is here to help you make an informed choice when applying to one of our access programmes.
To find out what the best option is for you, complete this survey by selecting the answer you feel is the most important to you or represents the most what you think. You can take the questionnaire as many times as you want and try different answers to explore your options.
It takes about 3 minutes to complete. Please note that there is no back button and you will need to restart the questionnaire to look at different options.
Complete our survey here.
Tue 22 Sep 2020, 15:05 | Tags: Pathways, Realising Opportunities

Pathways to Banking & Finance – 3rd – 7th August 2020


The Sutton Trust, along with the University of Warwick and London School of Economics ran a weeklong summer conference for Pathways to Banking and Finance students from 3rd – 7th August. Students from both universities had a week of online activities including academic lectures, employment engagement, personal development sessions which were led by student ambassadors and social activities in the evening.   


The conference began with an inspirational talk from public speaker Kamel Hayman, which really set the tone for the week ahead. Despite being online, the number of students that attended the conference was really impressive with around 25 students from the University of Warwick cohort attending sessions throughout the week.


As the conference was online, this allowed for more of a variety of employees able to support. This year for the first time students had a session from Bloomberg, and got to see their stock a share platform which was really impressive.  


At the end of the conference, students had a virtual celebration event, and finally a reflective session, to go through everything that had been covered throughout the week. Below is a word cloud for words that students used to summarise how they felt their week had gone.

Wed 26 Aug 2020, 14:03 | Tags: Pathways, Summer Schools, Digital Activity

Pathways to Law Digital Conference – 24th – 28th July 2020

During the last week of July, we welcomed approximately 270 students from across the country to the Pathways to Law Digital Conference, hosted by the Sutton Trust using their unique online platform. During the conference, students had the chance to find out about university life, experience online academic lectures and meet with lots of legal professionals. This conference gave students the opportunity to find out what it is like to study law at university and whether a career in law is right for them. Throughout the week, there were 207 volunteers from the legal profession, across 56 firms, chambers or courts. In total this amounted to over 300 hours of volunteering from industry professionals. The online platform also had 113 pieces of employer created content and content created by our student ambassadors. Built into the platform, there was also a speed mentoring platform where students were able to speak to student ambassadors, staff across 13 universities and industry professionals. Despite not being able to hold a face to face conference, the level of engagement and enthusiasm was fantastic throughout the week. At the celebration event, it was clear how valuable and beneficial students had found the opportunity and it was clear to see how they had grown in confidence compared to the start of the week!

Wed 26 Aug 2020, 14:02 | Tags: Pathways, Summer Schools, Digital Activity

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