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Visit our campus or explore online

We understand how important it is to visit and explore your future university before you apply. That’s why we have put together a range of online and in-person options to help you discover more about your course, visit campus and get a sense of life at Warwick.

Exhibitions and fairs

We attend Higher Education exhibitions and fairs throughout the year, where you can meet and chat to a Warwick representative.

Open Days

Our Open Days are one of the best opportunities for you to find out about Warwick. We love having the chance to meet with you, and know how important it is to experience being here before you choose to apply.

Our campus Open Days will be back next summer.

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Virtual Open Days

If you are unable to make it to campus, we also run Virtual Open Days so you can find out more about Warwick from the comfort of your own home.

Our live Undergraduate Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 20 September has now passed, but you can view recordings of the sessions from our September 2023 event.

Warwick Talk and Tours

A Talk and Tour lasts around two hours. It starts with a presentation about Warwick’s approach to teaching and learning, and how this helps our students develop an agility of thinking that gears them up for a successful future. This is followed by a campus tour, which is the perfect opportunity to see our fantastic facilities, speak to current students and gain an insight into the student experience.

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Offer Holder events

If you are made an offer to study at Warwick, you will be invited to both campus and virtual events to help you get to know your course and department in more depth.

Booking is by invitation only, and the events usually take place between February and April.


We are committed to helping students make informed decisions about their future in Higher Education, so we provide a tailored service for students in Years 11 to 13.

See how your school can engage with us