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School of Engineering, Univerity of Warwick


Undergraduate Open Days

Friday 19 June
Saturday 20 June

The perfect opportunity to visit our campus and experience what it is like to be an engineering student at Warwick. Click to book your place.

image Prestigious European Power Electronics event takes place at Warwick

The European Centre for Power Electronics (ECPE) recently hosted its 6th User Forum on Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) power devices at the University of Warwick.

image Researchers aim to increase performance of silicon photovoltaics to bring lower cost electricity

A new programme of silicon materials research led by the University of Warwick aims to lower the cost of electricity from photovoltaic (PV) solar cells.

image Undergraduates showcase Biomedical Engineering in Bosnia and Herzegovina

4th year MEng group project team ‘Warwick Biomedical Outreach’ deliver presentations and demonstrations at inaugural conference to resounding success.

Visiting us

Undergraduate: If you have received an offer from us, you will shortly be invited to an Offer Holder Day.

There are other opportunities to visit us, which are explained on the visiting us page.

Postgraduate: explore our postgraduate courses and research opportunities on our Virtual Postgraduate Open Day pages.

Postgraduate scholarships

Interested in finding a way to cut ‪‎energy‬ demands and greenhouse gas ‎emissions‬?

We have a fully funded ‎PhD scholarship available to do just that! Apply by 30 June 2015.

More information and to apply


We have a great opportunity for a motivated student to work with the Australian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) researching solar-powered air conditioning. Successful candidate will spend 2 years in Australia.

Fully funded PhD‬ position. Deadline 29 May 2015. More information and to apply

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