News & Events
Mon 17 Jun '13
University of Warwick launches MOOC to equip teachers for new computing curriculum
The University of Warwick is launching an online computer sciences course to assist teachers delivering the new computing curriculum.
Thu 13 Jun '13
Robots, racing cars and virtual reality at free WMG Academy family event
Youngsters will be able to enjoy remote-controlled robots and get the chance to make their own racing car at a free event at the University of Warwick this month.
Tue 11 Jun '13
University of Warwick ranked 3rd in world in new top 50 under 50 table
The QS table of the world’s top 50 universities that under 50 years of age is published today, Tuesday 11th June 2013, once again ranks the University of Warwick as 3rd in the world (making it the highest ranked European university in this table).
Fri 07 Jun '13
Coventry pupils get early exposure to engineering technology
As part of their support for the new WMG Academy for Young Engineers, engineering company Bosch helped Coventry and Buckinghamshire school children get a taste of the latest engineering technology at WMG at the University of Warwick.
Thu 06 Jun '13
Vince Cable visits WMG to launch £10 million Jaguar Land Rover & EPSRC Research Programme
The Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, visited WMG today to launch a £10 million simulation technology engineering research programme and to see how WMG’s research is helping Midlands SMEs.
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