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Your wellbeing is hugely important to us. We want you to feel safe, supported and reassured as you become part of our welcoming, international community.

Welcome to Warwick for postgraduates

Welcome to Warwick provides information, events and tips about arriving at Warwick. The events programme lets you choose to attend as many or as few events as you
want to.

These will include introductory sessions to find out more about the academic opportunities available at Warwick, skills sessions, and help with getting to know the local area. There are also plenty of social events planned, giving you the opportunity to meet other postgraduates from across the University. This year, many of our Welcome events have taken place remotely online to assist with social distancing.

Find out more about our Welcome Week, and the advice and support available.

Wellbeing and Support

We know how important it is for you to feel safe and supported while you’re here at Warwick. Now more than ever, we’re
committed to ensuring you have easy access to many sources of advice and help throughout your time with us. We encourage you to engage with these services, as and when you need them.

Throughout the recent challenges of Covid, we’ve continued to offer our normal services, whether online or in person. Whatever the future holds, we’re well prepared and will always put your wellbeing first.

Wellbeing Team — The Team offers an access point to all Wellbeing Support Services. Following a short consultation, we will refer you to the most appropriate people for support. In addition, the team offers advice and support appointments on a wide range of issues.

These issues may be:

  • practical - difficulties with accommodation
  • emotional - family difficulties, homesickness, support through a disciplinary process
  • wellbeing-related - concerns about your wellbeing and how you can better manage it, or that of another member of the University
  • community safety-related - concerns about security, harassment or crime

We also offer specialist servies, including:

Personal Tutor — Once you enrol with us, you’ll be assigned a Personal Tutor (PGT) or Supervisor (PGR), who you can talk to about your progress throughout your course, and who can help you with any academic concerns or queries you may have.

Doctoral College — Our Doctoral College offers advice on applications, academic progression and awards. If you’re looking for funding, the team also has the latest details on available scholarships.

We also offer specialist servies, including:

  • The Disability Team offers support to manage the impact of a disability, including specific learning differences, mental health, autism spectrum and long term medical conditions.
  •  Counselling and Psychology Interventions Team
  • Chaplaincy
  • Student Funding Team
  • Health Centre
  • Students’ Union Advice Centre
  • Immigration Service
  • Security Team.

Connect with us

Postgraduate student blogs

Get an authentic view of life as a Warwick postgraduate, with many of our blogs available as podcasts.

Twitter

@warwickuni

@WarwickPostgrad

@WarwickPGHub

@WarwickResearchEx

Facebook

facebook.com/warwickuniversity

facebook.com/warwickpostgrad

Departmental social media

In addition to the main social media accounts, many departments host their own postgraduate-led social media communities. See a list of academic departments.

Doctoral College

https://warwick.ac.uk/services/dc/

Email

doctoralcollege@warwick.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)24 7657 5533