Visiting the University of Warwick
Deciding which is the best university for you at postgraduate level is an important decision. Before you choose where is right for you, you should visit the University of Warwick to get a feel for our campus.
There are a number of different ways you might like to visit campus or speak to us, including:
- The annual Postgraduate Open Day (to be held this year in November 2014, more information available soon)
- Campus Tours
- Warwick Visits
- Independent Visits
Or you can meet us at one of the Postgraduate Fairs we'll be attending this year.
Forthcoming Departmental Open Days
Academic departments also run their own Open Days. If your department is not listed below we recommend that you check with the departments that interest you. Most departments can also be seen as part of our Postgraduate Open Day in November.
WMG Open Days
Considering MSc studies at WMG? Visiting their departmental Open Day is a great opportunity to find out more. You will have the opportunity to tour the campus and facilities at WMG, meet the students, speak to course leaders, talk to the admissions team and much more. To sign up visit WMGs Open Day website
The Centre for Complexity Science
Contemplating an MSc, funded MSc+PhD or PhD programme? The Centre's Open Day allows you to find out more about your options for study, research and funding. To sign-up visit Complexity's Open Day website
MOAC (Molecular Organisation and Assembly in Cells)
Interested in multidisciplinary research at the Physical/Life Sciences interface? MOAC offer a chance to meet current staff and students, find out more about their pioneering EPSRC-funded centre, and take campus tours. To sign-up visit MOAC's Open Day website
Warwick Medical School
Learn more about Warwick's route to an MB primary medical qualification. Open days tend to be available in the spring/ summer when you can take part in clinical taster sessions, meet current students, hear about the course structure and learn about the application process. For more information visit the WMS website. If unable to attend you can also explore the department via the online virtual open day