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PRESS Parent/Guardian Information and Consent Form

Students participating in the University of Warwick’s Pre-University Summer School programme are required to maintain the standard of behaviour set out in the Student Code of Conduct.

Student participation in the University of Warwick’s Pre-University Summer School programme requires consent from the parent or guardian.

By paying the programme fee the parent/guardian implicitly agrees to the arrangements for the programme contained within the Parent/Guardian Information.  

We also ask that the parent/guardian signs the declaration below to provide explicit consent, and to acknowledge they have read the information provided. 

Declaration by parent/guardian

I acknowledge that by allowing my child to attend the Pre-University Summer School, I am agreeing to the following:

• I agree that the named student may attend their Pre-University programme and all associated activities, hosted by the University of Warwick.
• I have read the programme information (link above) and understand that there will be times during the programme where students will be unsupervised during allocated free time.
• I give the staff of the Summer Programmes team the permission to seek appropriate and timely medical care for my child or ward named below in case of emergency while in attendance at the event.
• I have read the Student’s Code of Conduct Agreement (link above) and agree for the named student to be removed from the programme if he/she is found to be in breach of the rules and regulations of the Programme.

Student Contact Details

It is important we have direct contact details for students on our programme, so that we can communicate with them effectively on arrival in the UK and throughout the programme. Please provide contact details below. 

Please ensure that your child/ward has access to a mobile phone that they can use in the UK. Students will be able to access free wi-fi their accommodation and in university buildings.

Emergency Contact Details

Please provide the details for people who we can contact in the case of an emergency.

Please note, in an emergency we will try to make contact in the order these details are given on the form. If possible, at east one of these contacts should be UK based.

Medical, Access and Dietary Requirements

It is important that we know of any medical information, including any disabilities, medical conditions or allergies so that we are aware of these, and if necessary can make provisions during your stay.

If the student has no additional needs or medical information to share, please indicate "not applicable". 

ID Card Photo Upload

Please provide a recent headshot photograph of yourself in .jpeg, .png or .gif format. The photo should be of good quality, and not blurred and against a white or very light background and be at least 240px high x 240px wide. You should be looking straight ahead and your face and eyes must be clearly visible, if you wear glasses ensure there's no reflection and the frames don't obstruct your eyes. Please do not wear caps, hats and dark glasses in the photograph. Religious headwear is allowed but it must not cover your face.

The picture can be taken on a smart phone, and does not need to be a professional photograph.

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Privacy notice

The information collected via this form will be used to facilitate the planning and delivery of the Pre-University Summer School. The information provided will be recorded and associated with the student's name and record, and the data will not be used for any purpose other than stated. 

We will keep the data for no more than 3 months after the end of the Pre-University Summer School programme. 

The University of Warwick is the Data Controller of any information you have entered on this form and is committed to protecting the rights of individuals in line with Data Protection Legislation. The University's Data Protection webpages provide further information on your rights and how the University processes personal data. If you wish to submit a data subjects rights request, make a complaint or report a suspected personal data breach, please contact the University’s Data Protection Officer by email at

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