Missing lectures – how to avoid falling behind

Missing lectures is an often unavoidable part of the student lifestyle. Every now and again a clash will arise, or circumstances will mean that you can’t make it into uni. Whatever the reason, absences happen occasionally and you might end up missing important lessons. Here are a few tips to make sure that missing the […]

No such thing as a silly question

The Library can be a confusing place, and it can sometimes feel like everyone except you knows what they’re doing. That’s why we’ve been running our ‘Just Ask’ pop up events, where we answer your burning Library questions and add them to our display board. Whether you’re new to Warwick or have been here for […]

Head Strong: How I managed my mental health during my studies

Katie shares her personal experience about starting university whilst facing mental health problems including anxiety and depression. Through accessing some of the support services available, Katie has been able to thrive whilst at Warwick. Read about her journey here…By Katie Hall When I first contemplated returning to study after a long break, it was at […]

Why you should learn a new language

The prospect of learning a new language – especially if you currently only speak your native one – can be daunting. However, it’s never too late to start, and perhaps no better time to begin than whilst you’re still at university with all of its support and resources. Here’s three reasons to begin learning a […]

Try Something New

The University of Warwick is known not just for what it can offer academically, but also its extracurricular activities. Striking a balance can be hard sometimes, but here’s how the University can help maintain a healthy balance between study and leisure…By Rachael Davies. Make the SU your SU Being a campus university, Warwick is often […]

What is academic writing?

As reading week rolls around you might find yourself wondering exactly what it means to write academically at university level. Ultimately, practice makes perfect and the more academic work you read the more it’ll make sense what is expected of you. But for your first few assignments, here’s some advice on how to learn to […]

Pros and Cons of Postgraduate Study

As graduation season draws to a close, many will be thinking about their futures and what path is right for them. Here are a few tips from a research student to help you work out if life as a postgraduate student is for you… by James Blake Going to university can be a daunting experience, […]

End of Year Reflections

Many congratulations are in order. Well done for finishing another year. Exams are over and the dissertation is finished. Whether this is your final farewell to Warwick or you’ve just completed your first year, here are some things to reflect on… by Amy Preston Make a list of all you’ve achieved this year Take the […]

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