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Departmental Events

Update on Departmental Events

Due to recent government guidelines regarding COVID-19, we are not able to host visits to campus. However, departments are hosting a range of virtual events and Live Chats to keep you informed and answer your queries about Warwick. Find out more about these below.

Management and Business

Warwick Business School (WBS)

We offer a range of online events where you can find out more about our world class courses and ask questions about recruitment, admissions and scholarships. Upcoming events include:

1-2-1 Consultations (MBAs, MScs, Executive Diplomas)
MSc Webinars
Taster Lectures

Find out more and view all of our events: Visit the WBS events page 

Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG)

We are happy to help and engage with you throughout your application process, so will be holding regular Live Chats . Regular topics include:

WMG Postgraduate Recruitment 1-1 Live Chats
WMG Admissions 1-1 Live Chats
MSc Specific Live Chats with course leaders
We'll be happy to schedule a Skype or phone call if you prefer to talk instead. Please get in touch at:

Alternatively, please don't hesitate to contact us by email 

Find out more and view all of our events: Visit the WMG Open Day Page

Social Sciences

Centre for Teacher Education

These are a great way to learn more about the course of your interest.

Find out more and view all of our events: Visit our Live Chat Page.


Want to get your questions about studying Economics at Warwick answered?

We're hosting regular Postgraduate Live Chats. These are delivered by staff from our department, and are open to all prospective students from the UK, EU and internationally to ask questions.
Find out more and view all of our upcoming chats: Visit the Economics Live Chat Page.

Science and Mathematics


Live Chats: We are happy to help and engage with you throughout your application process, so will be holding regular Live Chats and 1-1 Live Chats.


Virtual PhD Open Day will take place on: Wednesday 10 February, 2021 starting at 1pm.

The PhD Director, Professor Mark Steel and the PhD admissions tutors Professors David Hobson and Barbel Finkenstadt Rand will give short presentations about what it means to do a PhD, what it means to do it at Warwick, the benefits of a PhD degree and the application process.

Subsequently there will be an informal meeting, during which students have the possibility to ask questions and find out more about the different PhD opportunities at Warwick Statistics; in fact, we offer a very broad range of possibilities, giving a lot of choice for potential applicants. Current members of staff will be invited to participate, to discuss potential projects.

The schedule is:

13:00 - 13:30 Introduction to CDT programme (PhD Director)

13:30 - 13:45 Admissions process and questions (Admissions Tutors)

13:45 - 14:30 15-minute presentations by PhD students and former PhD students/staff

There will be the opportunity to ask questions both during the meeting and at the end.

If you're planning to attend please register by filling in a booking form so that we can send you a link to the meeting.


Open Days: 20th January 12pm: MSc in Clinical Applications of Psychology.

Please register at:

For any questions please contact:

Life Sciences

Life Sciences Live Chats: We are running a number of Live Chats, focusing on topics like:

Taught Masters Degrees in the School of Life Sciences
Course Director Q&As for MSc Programmes

Online Open Day: If you can't make the trip to Warwick then visit our Online Open Day to find out whether studying here might suit you. You will hear from students and staff what it’s like to study Life Sciences at one of the UK’s top ten universities.

Find out more and view all of our events: Visit the Life Sciences live chat and visits page.

Warwick Medical School (WMS)

School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures

Centre for Cultural & Media Policy Studies

1-1 Skype: The department is happy to arrange 1-1 Skype calls in order to assist with any question you might have about application process, course content etc.

Please forward your requests to and a member of staff will get in touch with further details.

Warwick Writing Programme

1-1 Skype: The department will open their agenda for 1-1 Skype calls from July. Kindly keep an eye on this page for further updates.

School of Arts

English and Comparative Literary Studies

1-1 Skype: The department is open to meet students via 1-1 Skype calls. Please see below the relevant email addresses:

PG (Taught):
PG (Research):

Can't find the department you're looking for? Join one of our live chats. You'll have the opportunity to ask your questions to representatives from the University of Warwick student recruitment and admissions team.

Travel information

There are several pay and display car parks on central campus. Please leave plenty of time to arrive and park as the car parks are particularly busy mid-week.

For more information about getting to the university, visit our Travel information pages