The Times Higher Education (THE) have declared the University of Warwick declared as one of the seven fastest rising young universities in the world in a study announced before the THE Young Universities Summit.
Business-savvy students from Stratford-Upon-Avon Grammar School eclipsed competition from seventeen other local teams to win the Coventry and Warwick heat of ICAEW’s national business and accounting competition, BASE on 20 March which was held at the University of Warwick.
Students from the University of Warwick have taken part in 1202 hours of voluntary work for Student Volunteering Week.
Professor Ian Stewart of the University's Mathematics Institute shares his memories of his friend Sir Terry Pratchett.
Warwick has been ranked as one of the top 100 universities in the world in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings for 2015 published today 12th March 2015.
Serious incidents such as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and factory fires in India and Bangladesh highlight why some companies should create a new ‘Chief External Officer’ role, according to new research.
The existence of price comparison websites may be bad for consumers, research by the University of Warwick’s Department of Economics has found. Analyst David Ronayne argues that they may push prices up not down, and that increasing the number of competing comparison sites may exacerbate the problem.
Professor Swaran Singh from Warwick Medical School has been given a Sikh Aid International Award for his work supporting the mental health of children.
Following the recommendation of its Senate and the approval of its Council the University of Warwick is taking forward a partnership with the University Development Trust to develop teaching and research, and a physical presence for Warwick, in California.
Individual grants worth £10,000 are being offered to students from under-represented groups who want to study Masters degree courses starting later this year at the University of Warwick.
Sending disadvantaged children to boarding school does not automatically lead to an improvement in their academic performance, an economist from the University of Warwick has discovered. Dr Clement de Chaisemartin’s investigation found that while stronger students benefit from excellent study conditions, the effects of being away from home prevent weaker children from thriving.