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Your student handbook

Find full details on everything from your degree course, assessments, pastoral care, personal development and much more in the MRes/PhD handbook.

View the archive of past MRes/PhD handbooks.

Marks

If your query relates to exam results, please click below. Once results have been released, you will be able to sign in and view your profile of marks.

View Marks

Assessment and feedback

Find out about the assessment methods and criteria that are applied to all assessments across the Department.

Forms and documents

A collection of forms and useful resources for postgraduate students.

Timetables

View the MRes teaching timetables, find out term dates and view upcoming exam dates.

View timetables

Get Involved

The Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES)

The PRES is a national survey which will run at the University of Warwick on 27 February 2017 – 18 May 2017. The results from the PRES are used internally to help us support and shape the postgraduate student experience

Your feedback is important to us and can help us improve the student experience for current and future students.

Examples of our improvements are included on our ‘You said…together we’ web page.


Your feedback to us

We really appreciate and value student feedback and work hard to implement changes as a direct result of your feedback.

Research Ethics

At Warwick, all research proposals require ethical scrutiny that involve "direct contact with participants, through their physical participation in research activities.

Learn more

Coursework submission

Find out the coursework submission dates for MRes students (PDF).

Research Students Skills Programme

Find out about the student careers and skills services available to research students.

Warwick's Alumni e-Mentoring Service

Aims to help current students & graduates build their networks and expand their opportunities. Sign up today!.

Complaints Procedures

We are committed to providing a high quality service and we actively encourage feedback on all aspects of the teaching and learning experience. However, there may be occassions where services fall short of what is reasonable expected and there are procedures put in place for this process: