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

Hope Worsdale is the Education Officer. Read Hope's blog, find out her aims for the year and get in touch on her officer page.

Contact Us

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

University News

  • Panels for our Institutional Teaching and Learning Review (ITLR) are now underway. The ITLR will investigate every academic department’s teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, alongside the professional services that support the student experience, such as the Library, Admissions, IT Services, Student Careers and Skills and Wellbeing Support Services. Find out more about the review process and next steps.

  • Do you know someone outside of the University community with the abilities, experience and qualities to contribute to our University Council? From August 2017 we will have vacancies for enthusiastic and committed independent members on the University's governing body, the Council. Find out more about what’s involved, what we’re looking for and how to propose a name to the Nominations Committee.

  • Warwick has won funding to explore the ways in which students act as co-producers of learning, and how they might work beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries.

  • Warwick in London has now been established. Find out more and get involved.

  • The University is deeply saddened by the news of the death of Billy (William) Gradwell-Smith on Friday 30 December.