Pre-University Summer School 2022 - 5-15 July
Our 10 night Pre-University Summer School is for enthusiastic and motivated 15-17 year old student wishing to have an inspirational summer and experience the University of Warwick first-hand.
- experience a taste of Warwick with like-minded peers at one of the UK’s highest ranked universities
- enjoy nine nights on Warwick’s beautiful self-contained campus
- spend one night and two days in London, including lots of time to enjoy the capital city and a visit to a top London University
- choose from two courses taught by top Warwick faculty - Economics and Finance or A Taste of Social Sciences
- live alongside Warwick student ambassadors fully participating in the programme
- visit the famous University City of Oxford
- have a great mix of academic and personal development sessions as well as social and cultural activities
- experience a fully catered programme with no hidden costs
As teachers and advisors, you can also access our Pre-University Toolkit page which includes access to all of our brochures and materials as well as key information.
Subject Specific Visits and Opportunities for Students
Chemistry Mini Series – Polymer Science | Fri 20th May 2022 | 4-4.30pm
We are running a monthly mini-series of virtual events where you can hear first-hand from our world leading academics in Chemistry at Warwick on their research as well as life in the department.
In our next session, Professor Sebastien Perrier will discuss his passion for polymer science and how it covers a wide range of topics, from why we use glue to attach wings to planes, to how to cook an egg with liquid nitrogen, to the design of the next generation of vaccines.
Professor Sebastien Perrier grew up in France and moved to the UK to study his PhD in Polymer Chemistry at the University of Warwick. He then spent one year as Postdoctoral Fellow in Sydney at the University of New South Wales, before starting his independent academic career, first at the University of Leeds, then at the University of Sydney, before moving back to Warwick in 2014. Sebastien’s research focuses on polymers and materials, from their synthesis to their applications, both in materials science and for medical applications.Register for Chemistry Mini Series - Polymer Science on 20th May @4pm
Liberal Arts in the UK – how does an interdisciplinary degree work in practice? Mon 6th June 2022 | 4.30-5.30pm
Accessible Learning at the Library - Visits and Talks
(For all local schools)
The Library offers a range of services for students with disabilities and/or learning differences including assistive software, bookable study and sensory spaces, loanable equipment and personalised support from our Disability Support Officer. The Library is a key part of University life and we would like to show students that there is support available for them at Warwick.
The Widening Participation Officer and Disability Support Officer welcome visits to the Library. Alternatively we can arrange to give a talk at your school.
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WMG Engineering Opportunities
(Students from all Schools will be considered, but priority will be given to local schools with pupils from a Widening Participation background)
Warwick Manufacturing Group offers a number of different workshops and talks about Engineering to local primary and secondary schools.
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Student Funding Sessions
(For all local schools)
The Student Funding Outreach Team can deliver workshops and presentations in schools to offer impartial information and guidance to Sixth Form students, teachers and parents.
We will provide students with an overview of how student finance works, covering entitlements through to loan repayments. We can also advise parents and teachers on how to best support their student as well as look at some of the financial challenges students might face and how these can be addressed.
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