As a postgrad at Warwick, you are part of a vibrant community, which is distinguished by the individual background, culture and experience of each member. During your time here, you’ll develop friendships and work with colleagues within your department and additionally across the university – we facilitate these connections by providing spaces and organising events where you can socialise, work, collaborate and run student-led activities and workshops – such as the PG Hub , Wolfson Research Exchange , The Graduate and more. This is complemented by our virtual resources and conversations which can be found through our websites and social media presence.
The PG Community page has information on events, workshops and opportunities to meet others.
The Postgraduate Hub, Wolfson Research Exchange and the Grad Deck are some of the dedicated areas for our postgraduate students to relax, study and network.
Find out more about exclusive postgraduate events and what is happening on campus.
We often work in conjunction with other departments across the university who may be able to advise or support you.
Find out about our PTES and PRES surveys, how you can take part and what the results have helped the University achieve.
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Across the university, we focus on three key aspects to enhance your experience while undertaking your postgrad career:
Community – Building on the rich cultural and intellectual diversity across campus, we organise a blend of social and cultural events during the year to enable you to form connections and friendships throughout your studies.
Celebration – Throughout the year, we take particular moments to celebrate your achievements and the milestones you will cross during your academic journey.
Collegiality – Often you will benefit most from the advice and support of those who are at a similar stage in their study, or who have just preceded you; we provide particular encouragement on peer-to-peer sessions, reading groups, discussion fora and so on, which will provide you with extra insight and support.
Hear from History PhD student Thomas Bray about his experience of the postgraduate community at Warwick.