University of Warwick Post-Application Information Sessions - 28 January 2022

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University of Warwick Post-Application Information Sessions

28 January 2022

Saturday Post-Application Information Sessions (Feb 5, 12 and 19)

In February, the University of Warwick will be running information sessions on what to expect after submitting a UCAS application for undergraduate study.

These will run through the timeline for receiving offers, making decisions, how this might fit with applications to colleges in other countries, plus what to expect in terms of housing applications, student life, fees, funding, immigration, arrivals and induction. Some of the information will discuss Warwick specifically but will be contextualized within the general UK approach.

These sessions will be most relevant to:

  • students who have applied to Warwick or are thinking of applying to the UK in the future and would like to know more about post-application processes
  • parents and advisors who are helping students to navigate UK post-application processes

Sessions currently open for bookings include:

  • Saturday February 5, 2022 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm ET 
  • Saturday February 12, 2022 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm ET 
  • Saturday February 19, 2022 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm ET 

Across the three dates, each session will include the same presentation and opportunity for Q&A.  The sessions are being offered on a live basis only as part of a trial series for Spring 2022.  During this trial, Warwick is not planning to make recordings available.  However, they will be running the session live on multiple dates to increase accessibility for students and parents.

Details and booking are at

Warwick Economics Summit (Feb 4-6)

The University of Warwick is pleased to confirm that registration for this year’s conference will be free of charge for 16 to 18-year-olds.  Booking is open now, so if you’re aware of any 16 to 18-year-olds with an interest in Economics, please do share the following in case they’d like to attend…

On Wednesday, February 2, a special interactive pre-conference session for 16 to 18-year-old students, their teachers, counsellors and parents will be offered in partnership between the Bank of EnglandDiscover EconomicsWarwick Economics Summit, and the University of Warwick

This will be held from 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm ET. The session will provide insight into studying Economics at university level and will include an interactive taster lecture, the chance to hear from economists about the wide-ranging work that they do, plus also hear from current undergraduate Economics students.  Details and booking for the pre-conference session are available here. Note that on the booking form some of the information requested from schools only contains UK-related fields – please just select an item if required but do not worry if this does not match your geographic region or specific details.

For the conference itself, key points are:

  • Warwick Economics Summit (WES) is the largest annual student-led academic conference in Europe
  • The 16 to 18-year-olds scheme aims to develop grassroots awareness of Economics to students around the world virtually, through providing a great opportunity for participants to gain a deeper and diversified understanding of Economics and its application in the real world (plus make an impressive addition to students’ personal statements and university applications)
  • The 2021 summit brought together nearly 1900 live attendees of 63 nationalities, from 150 universities worldwide
  • WES will run in a hybrid format for February 4-6, 2022 to facilitate 16 to 18-year-olds to join virtually from around the world
  • Registration for 16 to 18-year-olds is free of charge – book here
  • The full schedule is still being finalized but sessions are due to run between:
  • Friday, February 4:  9 am - 4 pm ET 
  • Saturday, February 5:  5 am - 3 pm ET 
  • Sunday, February 6:  5 am - 12 pm ET 
  • Speakers released so far include:
  • José Manuel Barroso - Former President of the European Commission
  • Nadia Calviño - Deputy Prime Minister of Spain
  • Beatrice Fihn - Executive Director of ICAN
  • Irina Bokova - Former General-Director of UNESCO
  • François Villeroy de Galhau - Governor of The Bank of France
  • Richard Blundell - Economist, Professor of Political Economy at UCL
  • Barry Schwartz – American psychologist and the Dorwin Cartwright Professor of Social Theory and Social Action at Swarthmore College
  • Lars Peter Hansen - Recipient of the 2013 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
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