While we cannot visit you in person or welcome you to our campus, we've created this page to outline some of the digital events and activities available for you and your students. During this time our colleagues are still working and developing further content, and you can contact us by emailing email@example.com
Summer Live Chats
To help your students in the run up to A Level results and clearing, we will be offering a series of live chats beginning Monday 27 July. These interactive sessions will feature a mix of video content and Q&A.
We'll be hosting two live chats a day, with the mornings focusing on various stages of the applicant journey, whilst the afternoons will feature Warwick students sharing what it's really like to study their subject.
|Mon 27 July||Choosing where and what to study (2022 entry)||Studying English Literature (2021 entry)|
|Tues 28 July||UCAS Applications (2021 entry)||Studying Chemistry (2021 entry)|
|Wed 29 July||Personal Statements (2021 entry)||Studying Economics (2021 entry)|
|Thurs 30 July||Transition to University (2020 entry)||Studying Modern Languages (2021 entry)|
|Fri 31 July||Clearing (2020 entry)||Studying Global Sustainable Development (2021 entry)|
|Mon 3 August||Choosing where & what to study (2022 entry)||Studying Law (2021 entry)|
|Tues 4 August||UCAS Applications (2021 entry)||Studying Physics (2021 entry)|
|Wed 5 August||Personal Statements (2021 entry)||Studying PPE (2021 entry)|
|Thurs 6 August||Transition to university (2020 entry)||Studying Film Studies (2021 entry)|
|Fri 7 August||Clearing (2020 entry)||Studying History (2021 entry)|
Parent & Carer Sessions
Further dates to be added soon
You can also find videos and information on our new Parents/Carers Information page
Virtual Open Days
Due to the global pandemic we have cancelled our June in-person open days, but don't worry, your students can still find out all about Warwick in our Virtual Open Days in July 2020!
|Monday 6 July - Friday 10 July 2020|
|Monday 13 July - Friday 17 July 2020|
Our virtual open days will help your students find out more about courses at Warwick, take part in live sessions led by academics, explore our campus virtually, and talk with current Warwick students.
Live Chats and Webinars
Ask us your questions
The University is running live chats between 09:30 and 15:30 (BST) Monday to Friday:
|Undergraduate Live Chat (for Y13 applicants and offer holders)|
|Thinking about studying at Warwick? Live Chat (for Y12s, teachers and other enquirers)|
View these in our Live Chat calendar.
Book a Live Webinar
While your schools are closed, we can deliver live webinars on a range of university topics:
|Applying to competitive universities|
|Choosing a University|
|Student-led subject Talks|
Book a webinar: schools at warwick dot ac dot uk
Subject Specific Events
Warwick History Club
Are your students looking for something new to do over the summer? Are you looking for ways to prepare your students for University?
Our ‘History Club’ is aimed at 16-18 year olds who are studying History (or English, Politics, or any subject really!) and want to learn more about how historical research is done, published, and used. Every week, we’ll explore a new historical topic by looking at an academic journal article or primary source, and introduce students to the skill of academic reading.
The Economics of Pandemics
Every Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00 BST, for 4 weeks, Abhiney Muthoo, Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick, will be delivering a free short course on the Economics of Pandemics. The course is designed for students over 18 and professionals across the globe who wish to enhance their learning and experience a new topic on the world's most relevant issue today.
Each session will include a 1 hour lecture followed by a 10 minute break and then a 50 minute Q&A session.
Physics Journal Club
(For 6th Form and GCSE students)
The University of Warwick Physics Journal Club is an amazing opportunity for sixth form and keen GCSE students to engage with current research. Set as guided reading, each week we explore a new paper from the world of physics, exploring the universe at every scale from colliding black holes to the frontiers of nanoscience, from the philosophy of physics to experiments done in a researcher’s kitchen during lockdown! Students get the chance to link their understanding of physics from the curriculum to the wider world and cutting edge experiments. Schools all over the country (and the world) are already involved, exposing their students to the richness of physics, and giving them a crucial appreciation of the way science progresses in real life. An understanding of extra-curricular aspects of physics and the ability to read and synthesise new research are all much sought after skills for the undergraduate scientists of the future.
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