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2+2 Degree Pathway

If you don't have formal qualifications and wish to study locally for a university degree, this pathway is for you. The first two years are taught at a local college enabling you to gain the skills and confidence to prepare you for the final two years here at the University. You are a Warwick student from the start of the degree, and whilst most teaching takes place at our partner colleges, you will attend classes and other activities at the University during the first two years.

All our students start on the BA (Hons) Social Studies but you are able to transfer to the more specialised BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy in your third year if you wish.

An introduction to the 2+2 Degree Pathway

Student Journey video

BA (Hons) Social Studies 2+2 student, Zoey Rhodes, shares her journey of returning to education and discovering all the university has to offer in this video from our 2015 Celebration of Achievement event

Student Vlog

Sue is settling in to her fourth year on the 2+2 degree. Having completed two years at a local college, this is her second year at Warwick. She offers advice on managing the transition to University, how to balance studying with other commitments, and how to make salted caramel brownies:

Watch all of Sue's vlogs on our YouTube channel.

Partner colleges and 2+2 college co-ordinator contact details:

City College Coventry - Alan Blundy on 024 7679 1000
North Warwickshire & Hinckley College - Anne Grimley on 024 7624 3267
Solihull College - Keith Rathbone - 0121 678 7000
Warwickshire College Group - Lynne Clarke - 0300 456 0047

Funding your studies

To find out more about the funding available for each course, have a look at the University of Warwick funding information pages and, for part-time and foundation degrees, watch our funding video