One of the primary purposes of Warwick SU is to represent you - whether that’s to your academic department, to the University, the local council or nationally. We're a great place to get support and help - we work alongside the Advice Centre to deal with academic issues such as appeals and complaints, along with wider issues surrounding Higher Education. Remember that our collective voice is much stronger than a lone one!

Education Officer

Charlie Hindhaugh is the Education Officer. Read Charlie's blog, find out his aims for the year and get in touch on his officer page.

Contact Us

The Education Officer's office is on the top floor of SUHQ.

University News

  • Warwick has been shortlisted for the Times HIgher Education Award for Outstanding International Student Strategy. Congratulations to colleagues from the Centre for Applied Linguistics, International Office and the Students’ Union who have been shortlisted for their work on addressing the issue of integration between domestic and international students.

  • Following a consultation exercise earlier this summer, the Joint Negotiating Committee, representing employers, and University and College Union (UCU) recommended some modifications to draft proposals, which were accepted by the USS board.

  • Students and academics, working with the Vice-Chancellor’s wife Lynda Thrift, have put together a cookery book as a part of the University’s 50thanniversary celebrations; Simple Scoff: The Anniversary Edition.

  • HR are updating their information about University staff, to make sure they have up to date emergency contact details, understand your needs, and can comply with government requirements.

  • One aspect of preparing academics for a new position of leadership is for there to be a fairly wide and accurate understanding of what the job involves. Following a successful small scale pilot in 2014/15 the ‘Warwick Academic Shadowing Programme’: Leaders in Action will operate again in 2015/16.