West Midlands Police have advised that they will have a higher visible presence on and around the University campus. Find out more.
We are aware that some people have received a personalised email asking them to validate their mailbox and requesting email, usernames and passwords. Do not click links, open attachments or reply to these emails. If you have already done so, please contact the IT Help Desk on 73737.
We’ve retained Silver status in the Athena Swan Charter in national results announced by the Equality Challenge Unit.
We're giving away 4 tickets to Wasps Vs Surrey Storm on Monday 22nd May.
Want to experience a new kind of Festival this summer? Warwick is the Principle Partner for the 2017 Also Festival taking place at Compton Verney. This a festival for the mind that will entertain, delight and enlighten. Warwick students are entitled to a third off standard ticket prices, or book a volunteer ticket for just £50 in exchange for one 6 hour volunteer shift over the weekend. Find out more and get your discounted tickets at warwick.ac.uk/publicengagement/alsofestival.
Help increase Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention at ‘Walking Out of Darkness’. This 10 mile walk is an opportunity for everyone to walk together in support and unity for individuals and families suffering from Mental Health Difficulties and those who have lost loved ones by suicide.
Sign up, be inspired and raise awareness, encourage openness in talking about emotional and mental health concerns, and help to reduce the number of suicides across the UK. There will be charities, services and organisations offering advice and support for numerous issues or situations to participants, if you wish to learn more about mental wellbeing.
Many thanks to all finalists who filled in the National Student Survey this year and took the time to submit your feedback on your time here at Warwick.
The Rt Hon. The Baroness Ashton of Upholland GCMG PC was installed as the University of Warwick’s first female Chancellor, in a special ceremony on campus.
Do you have family or caring responsibilities? Do you work or learn flexibly to juggle a range of commitments? Would you like to share your experiences? We want to hear from you, to help us showcase how Warwick people combine their work and home commitments. Learn more and tell your story by 31 March.
Find out all the deadlines and important informaiton ahead of the two upcoming elections in May and June.
We'll be honouring a space plane designer, climate change policy maker and a scientist who manipulated individual atoms into an iconic image.
Hear from Stuart and Welfare sabbatical officer Chloe Wynn as they reflect on the upcoming exam season.
The annual Warwick Volunteers Awards took place at the Warwick Volunteers Celebration Event on Thursday 16th March, bringing together student volunteers, local community partners and councillors and the wider university community.
Hear from Stuart Croft on the Prime Minister's announcement that she has triggered Article 50, signifying the start of negotiations for Britain's exit from the EU.
ITS are aware that some people are receiving an email saying that they have requested for their email account to be deleted, with the option to click on a link if they have not done so. The are urging users NOT to click on the link or open the attachment in these emails.
During vacation periods, the Office for Global Engagement will now be opening from 10am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm, Monday to Friday. Opening hours will revert back to Monday-Thursday 9-5pm and Friday 9-4pm during term time.
UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) has published information outlining the latest development about EEA students and CSI.
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!
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.
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.
We are extremely saddened by news of the death of Mark Rodger, Professor in Molecular Simulation in the Department of Chemistry since 1999.
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.
We've been awarded funding from HEFCE to support projects addressing sexual harassment on campus.
Careers & Skills Events
Researchers offer opportunity to re-enact history in unique Georgian playhouse
Dr Katherine Astbury Associate Professor of French Studies in the University of Warwick’s School of Modern Languages and Cultures is calling for amateur actors to take part in a theatrical melodrama on stage in the country’s most complete Georgian playhouse.
Support for older browsers to end from 23 May 2017
From 23 May 2017 onwards, older browsers will no longer be supported by the University website, with features becoming unavailable over the coming months. This is a result of behind-the-scenes changes we need to make to ensure the safe and secure operation of the Warwick website.