Need to know how to write a risk assessment for your society, event or activity in accordance with health & safety laws and University policy? Find out more about our new risk assessment Moodle module, available to all students.
Week 7 is Pride Week, and no matter how you self-define, Warwick Pride has something for everyone including talks, workshops, cinema screenings and socials!
Get free tickets to attend the Coventry United Ladies FC game against West Ham United Ladies FC on Sunday 12 November in Coventry.
Explore world-class museums all over the UK and enjoy a year of endless inspiration with friends, for your studies, or just for you. Miss nothing with a Student Art Pass.
From the V&A and Tate Modern to Cardiff Castle and Jupiter Artland, a Student Art Pass brings you free access to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses, and 50% off major exhibitions. Plus, grab a tasty refreshment or memento at a bargain price with loads of café and shop discounts too.
The Student Art Pass is available until 10 December for just £5
As winter approaches, stay safe on campus, on the roads and in the local area.
Click through to find out the new opening times for this academic year.
Have you recently moved house or changed email or telephone details? Click the link to find out how to update your details.
Watch all the big sporting action, seven days a week. We'll be showing live games from Sky Sports and BT Sport. Grab a food basket and pint for £5 and enjoy the game.
We’re delighted to announce that we've added an extra 267 en suite rooms to campus following our extension of the Sherbourne residences.
We are aware that some students at other universities have received phishing emails purporting to be from their Finance Departments, awarding grants from the Department for Education, and asking for personal emails. If you see a similar email, do not click links, open attachments or reply to these emails.
Warwick students and staff who wish to join the Sports Centre can now become tourists in their home University gym with the UNIversal Gym Membership.
Professor Patrick Tissington will lead the development and delivery of an employability strategy across the University, working in close partnership with academic departments, central service teams such as Careers and Skills and the Students’ Union.
We’ve negotiated a more permanent replacement to our shuttlebus with National Express West Midlands.
Are you moving in to accommodation on campus? We in the Student Post Room want to make sure you get everything sent to you. Click through for tips to help you avoid some common post-related pitfalls
From term one, Café Oculus will be selling a wider range of vegetarian and vegan products.
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve agreed some improvements to the 11 and 12X services with National Express West Midlands.
While we carry out work to improve our internet service, there will be a brief loss of wired network connection in student residences on Monday 18 September, and a temporary loss of WiFi across campus on Wednesday 20 September. Internet access will still be available through ResNet WiFi on 18th and via the wired network on 20th.
Faculty of Arts has been ranked 37th in the world by the Times Higher Education’s 2018 Subject Rankings.
Colin Sparrow has been appointed Academic Director (Graduate Studies) to provide leadership for Warwick's postgraduate provision.
Construction work began on Warwick Arts Centre’s temporary theatre – The Goose Nest – on 14th August 2017.
Minimise the risks when walking around by taking a few simple precautions to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of theft or other crime.
A new outdoor activity zone is coming to Claycroft Park in August. With a variety of free equipment available, why not take your workout outside?
As part of the Arts Centre 20:20 project, Le Gusta will close for business at 9pm on 4 August.
Warwick icon The Koan will be heading out on a tour of the campus for the next three years, starting at the Gibbet Hill campus.
New Outdoor Fit class coming soon to an Activity Zone near you
At the grand opening of our Claycroft Activity Zone we announced our brand new partnership with Our Parks to offer the campus community a free and easy way to get fit.
Things are now kicking off as our collaborative Outdoor Fit classes begin on Wednesday 29 Novemeber.
Read all about it and find out how you can get involved.
Careers & Skills Events
Exhibition challenges stereotype of Down Syndrome
The University of Warwick is hosting a photography exhibition which challenges preconceptions of Down Syndrome.
Information Security: Top Tips for protecting yourself and the University
From turning on automatic updates for your software, to using Warwick's file stores to back your data up, read our top tips for protecting yourself and the University.