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EEA students and comprehensive sickness insurance

UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) has published information outlining the latest development about EEA students and CSI.

Get a free meal by helping Warwick Conferences produce new photography

Comfortable in front of a camera? Help Warwick Conferences to produce some new photography of their venues and get a free three course meal for two people at one of their training and conferences centres as a thank you!

Vice-Chancellor's Blog: Together

Hear from Stuart as he reflects on last week's first public meeting of West Midlands Together, a cross-party campaign founded to combat hatred and intolerance and promote social harmony in the wake of the EU referendum vote.

Estates Office donate furniture to local charity

The Estates Office has donated of over a tonne of used University furniture to Coventry City Mission, a group who work to help vulnerable people in our region.

Scam targeting international students

It has been brought to our attention that there is a current scam which is targeting Tier 4 students. Some students may receive a telephone call from an individual who fraudulently purports to represent the Home Office.

In memoriam: Professor Mark Rodger

We are extremely saddened by news of the death of Mark Rodger, Professor in Molecular Simulation in the Department of Chemistry since 1999.

New airline security measures on some routes travelling to the UK

Following an announcement by the Government that new restrictions on certain electronic devices in hand luggage are to be introduced this week for passengers travelling to the UK from affected countries, we have compiled below some web links containing information on the new rules which may affect students travelling over the Easter period.

HEFCE sexual harassment funding

We've been awarded funding from HEFCE to support projects addressing sexual harassment on campus.

Warwick launches cash prize to help transform translation into English

The University of Warwick is launching The Warwick Prize for Women in Translation, which will be awarded for the first time in November 2017. The prize aims to address the gender imbalance in translated literature and to increase the number of international women’s voices accessible by a British and Irish readership.

British Council Alumni Awards success for Warwick grads

The British Council's Alumni Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of graduates of British universities and showcase the impact and value of a UK higher education. This year there were over 1,200 applications from 125 UK institutions. From these entries the Council has chosen 148 finalists representing 65 UK universities and colleges. We're pleased to announce that there are 10 Warwick finalists from Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan and Turkey.

Campus and Coventry's City of Culture bid on Inside Out West Midlands

BBC Midlands' programme 'Inside Out West Midlands' featured Coventry’s bid to become UK City of Culture in 2021 on 27th February and was presented by Warwick alum Tom Price. Look out for our campus!

Why Warwick in California; an update from project donors UDF

Kyriakos Tsakopoulos, President of UDF, shares his views on Warwick in California and working with our University.

Mathematical Sciences building underway

We’ve started construction on our new Mathematical Sciences Building, a project which recently won £2 million in funding from the Wolfson Foundation. Find out more about the facility and how it will support our Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences departments in their work.

Arts Faculty Building news: Winners of design competition announced

We’re pleased to announce that Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios have been named the winners of the competition, taking us one step closer to making a new building for the Faculty of Arts a reality.

Coventry ranked in the top 40 student cities in the world & fifth in the UK!

Coventry has been ranked in the top 40 student cities in the world & 5th in the UK!

In Memoriam: Professor Deborah Lynn Steinberg

The University is deeply saddened by the news of the death of Professor Deborah Lynn Steinberg from the Department of Sociology.

Update on recent street crime and personal safety

An update on recent street crime and personal safety

Latest executive team blog - 2017: The Year the West Midlands comes home

In this blog Pro-Vice-Chancellor for External Engagement, Simon Swain reflects on how we plan to play our part in making the region even stronger in 2017.

Quick National Express survey

National Express Coventry student survey to establish the level of demand for the 11,11U and 12X bus services during vacation times.

Stuart Croft blog: My first year as your Vice-Chancellor

Stuart Croft has now been Vice-Chancellor for one year. Read his blog which reflects on that year and all its successes and challenges.

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Warwick ranked 17th most international university in the world.

Warwick has been ranked 17th in the list of the world's most international universities.

Martin Hairer awarded KBE

Congratulations to Professor Martin Hairer FRS Regius Professor of Mathematics, who has been awarded a KBE.


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In Memoriam: William Gradwell-Smith

The University is deeply saddened by the news of the death of Billy (William Gradwell-Smith) on Friday 30 December.


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Volleyball News

Latest stats available on the work done by our Higher Education Volleyball Officers shows that more students are playing volleyball.



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Two phishing email warnings

We are aware of a couple of phishing email attempts sent to University email addresses. Do not click on the link or open the attachment in these emails.