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Academic Departments Panoramas

The University's 30 academic departments are organised within four faculties; Arts, Medicine, Social Sciences and Science. In addition to academic departments the University has specialised research centres and institutes.

The Social Sciences building is one of the most active buildings in the University.

Several major departments and centres are housed here. Most of the Social Sciences Faculty departments are spread around the main building, including the Politics and International Studies, Economics, Law and Philosophy.

Click on the image (left) to see a 360° view of the Social Sciences courtyard

    The Mathematics Institute was founded in 1965 by Professor Sir Christopher Zeeman, and since that time has gone from strength to strength. The Zeeman building was opened in December 2003 and houses Warwick Mathematics Institute and the Statistics Department.

    Click on the image (left) to see a 360° view of the interior of the Zeeman Building

      The Medical School at Warwick was established in 2000 as part of an expansion in the number of Medical Schools nationally to deliver the additional capacity needed to support the Government's plan to increase the number of UK trained medical graduates joining the NHS. The Medical School is based on the Gibbet Hill campus.

      Click on the image (left) to see a 360° view of the Medical School lecture theatre

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