How quickly can you fold a paper aeroplane? Would you go quicker if you had a partner who did half … More
Category: Lifelong Learning
From a single mom to a Warwick student in social studies: hear Cecile’s story
Happily studying a degree at University of Warwick and aspiring to study and work in an area she likes didn’t … More
International Women’s Day 2022: Imagine a gender equal world
Nalita James, Director of Academic Studies at the Centre, looks at what gender (in)equality looks like in relation to the current world where Ukraine is pushed to the centre of war and conflicts.
New Year, New You? Best-laid plans
Traditionally, January is a time for making resolutions and setting ourselves new challenges, whether they involve hunting for a new … More
Looking to apply for one of our part time or 2+2 undergraduate degrees but not quite sure what we’re looking for? We have put together a few tips to help you with your application.
Most of our undergraduate courses don’t have any entry requirements. This means we look at each application individually and use … More
Doing the degree at Warwick gave me confidence in myself, my opinions and my abilities.
Recently we caught up with Charlotte Lewis. Charlotte completed her degree in Health and Social Policy with CLL. She now … More
From Gateway to a 1st Class Honours Degree
An interview with Susannah Harper, recent graduate from Gateway to HE, Full-time BA (Hons) Social Studies How did you hear … More
Congratulations to the Class of 2019!
Graduation is a special time for our CLL students. For many, it can be a goal that they previously would … More
My Journey to a PhD
Jon started studying BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy on our 2+2 Degree Pathway with Partner College, North Warwickshire and … More
Early Years team attended the Exhibition of Childhood
The Early Years team went on a guided tour of an exhibition of childhood at Compton Verney. The exhibition addressed a … More