How to look for potential employers who are supportive

Living with a disability or a long-term health condition is challenging. Obstacles caused by this can feel overwhelming in the work environment and can prevent a person from thriving. This is why it’s important to know which employers could be more supportive and how to find the relevant job adverts. In this post, Ian Scrase, a Careers Project Officer at the University of Warwick, offers valuable insight and tips… By Ian Scrase

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Your one-stop-shop to studying success is just a click away…

Your Library Online is a collection of online courses designed to help you through the different stages of studying at university and much more. We have designed these courses to help you tackle some of the common concerns and reoccurring issues that many students face while studying. Take a look at these 6 common problems to find a course that can help you… By Emma Brown

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A note from the editor: Welcome to Warwick

Greetings to all Warwick students, especially those who are joining us this year. We hope you are enjoying your first days on campus. Welcome Week is specially designed to help you integrate into university life and to lay the foundations for your new adventure. Apart from fun, Warwick has so much more to offer, including this blog where students and members of staff share valuable tips and insights. We are here to support you on your academic journey and provide you with tools to tackle any difficulties you may experience… By Blanka Matkovic

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Exploring the heart of campus: An insider’s look on study spaces at Warwick!

He is black, elegant and curious. Sometimes he has a question mark in his tail which demonstrates his eternal quest for knowledge. You can easily spot him roaming among the scholars at Warwick University campus wearing his high-visibility jacket. His daily adventures begin at the heart of our campus, between the Economics department where his secret food stash is hidden and the Library where every aspiring academic and devoted student spends most of their academic lives. His name is Rolf, a good spirit of Warwick’s Community. In this post, we will reveal all study spaces in the Warwick Library, including those our feline fellow likes to explore…By Kayvon Taee

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Accessible Higher Education: How can I influence my course content to be more representative and inclusive?

Have you ever felt your course and curriculum syllabuses don’t always represent the diverse student population here at Warwick? Do you come up against privilege biases in perspectives, theories, models, texts and data that are taught? To think about your role in shaping how your curriculum is developed so that it is more inclusive and representative of genuinely diverse perspectives, Katie considers what is underway at Warwick to “liberate the curriculum”… By Katie Hall

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