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University of Warwick

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University of Warwick

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

The University of Warwick is a world-leading university (77th, Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019), which offers a strong academic challenge for students. However, Warwick is much more than this. The institution is a place which inspires, excites, invigorates and supports.

For over 55 years Warwick has remained highly regarded and is ranked 9th in the UK by The Guardian University Guide 2020. Today, the university's three Faculties of Arts Social Sciences and Science, Engineering and Medicine continue to pioneer and excel. Each faculty is focused on the power of unbounded learning, motivating its students to pursue subjects outside of their home department. As a result of this approach, Warwick's graduates benefit from a versatility of thinking that prepares them for a competitive global market.

The focus on working across boundaries is also evident through Warwick's internationally recognised research rated 7th among UK research universities by the Research Excellence Framework, 2014. Each of Warwick's students share a curious nature, and each finds inspiration from a community of more than 27,000 students, representing around 150 nations.

Warwick's facilities are designed with students' intellectual development and individual learning approach in mind. From this base, students are well placed to explore further afield. Students have great access to Coventry city centre and the nearby towns of Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon and Kenilworth. The university is also a short train ride from Birmingham, the UK's second city and London is only an hour's train ride.

Student life at Warwick provides students with skills development and experiences that will build their employability profile. Support is readily available for students to reflect on what it is that's making them more employable with the university the 3rd most targeted university by the UK's top 100 graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2020, High Fliers Research).

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Overview

Overview

The University of Warwick is a world-leading institution (62nd in QS World University Rankings 2021), with a community of over 28,000 students from around 150 nations.

Made up of three faculties (Arts Social Sciences and Science, Engineering and Medicine), the university has been dedicated to developing and inspiring students from the classroom into their careers for more than 55 years.

Classroom facilities are state-of-the-art and enhance the intellectual development and individual learning of students. Ranked 8th amongst UK universities (The Guardian University Guide 2021), Warwick not only supports students with their chosen discipline but also actively encourages them to pursue subjects outside of their degree.

Student skills are further developed by the university's expert careers advisers. Its focus on skills development, employability and preparing students for the global job market, makes Warwick the sixth most targeted university by the UK's top 100 graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2021, High Fliers Research Ltd.).

The institution's pioneering work, learning without limits attitude and boundary-crossing work has led to it being internationally recognised for research. Warwick was ranked 7th amongst UK research universities by the Research Excellence Framework, 2014.

When it comes to student life, Coventry city centre is close by, where students explore and socialise. The towns of Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Kenilworth are also only a short distance away. Birmingham, the UK's second-largest city, is a short train ride from Coventry, and London is just an hour away by train too.

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What's new

What's new

Rankings

The University of Warwick is ranked 62nd in the QS World University Rankings 2020, with five subject areas listed within the global top 20.

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 gave Warwick a global ranking of 77, placing the university within the UK top ten, while the Times Higher Education Europe Teaching Rankings 2019 named Warwick 8th in Europe for its teaching and learning environment.

Campus developments

Warwick continues to invest in its campus facilities and community. Exciting developments within the past year include the opening of an incredible new Sports and Wellness Hub, part of a GBP 49 million investment in sport and wellness across the university. Looking ahead, a newly renovated Warwick Arts Centre will open in 2021, featuring a new art gallery, three new cinema screens, two theatres and a studio, alongside a 1,500-seat concert hall. Work has also begun on a new Faculty of Arts building, a creative space at the heart of campus that will unite all Faculty of Arts under one roof.

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What's new

What's new

Rankings

One of the top 20 most international universities worldwide (QS 2021), the University of Warwick also placed ninth amongst UK universities in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021.

Nine of the subject areas taught at Warwick are ranked in the top 50 for universities globally. Its strong teaching status is also recognised, with the latest QS World University Rankings placing the university in 62nd place worldwide.

In addition, Warwick is ranked 4th in Europe for its outstanding teaching and learning environment (Times Higher Education Europe Teaching Rankings 2020). With such acclaimed recognition and clear investment in students' futures, Warwick graduates are amongst the top 10 highest earners in over 11 subjects within five years of graduating (UK's Longitudinal Education Outcomes data, 2018).

Campus developments

Warwick continues to invest in its campus facilities and community. The latest investment on the Warwick campus is the Sports and Wellness Hub, part of the institution's GBP 49 million investment in sport and wellness. The newly renovated arts centre will open in 2021, boasting impressive facilities including an art gallery, three cinema screens, two theatres, a studio, and a 1,500-seat concert hall.

Looking to the future, the institution is also researching and developing innovative technologies to reduce dependencies on fossil fuels.

Other campus developments currently planned include a new Faculty of Arts building. This creative space at the heart of campus will unite all Faculty of Arts departments under one roof.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Warwick's teaching and learning is focused on guiding students towards achieving their full potential. In 2019, the Times Higher Education (THE) Europe Teaching Rankings classified the university as 8th in Europe for is Teaching and Learning Environment, evidence of the exceptional teaching standards that the university maintains. Many of the teaching staff are considered among the best in the UK, and many faculty members are also world-class researchers and leaders in their academic fields. According to the most recent countrywide assessment in the Research Excellence Framework, Warwick was ranked 7th among UK research universities.

Students can expect to be taught the latest in critical and innovative thinking. Although support will always be available, students will benefit from teaching that allows for the development of independent learning skills. This includes working on peer group projects to enhance organisational skills and collaborative working, as well as working on research projects with academics. Students are encouraged to think across subject disciplines and supported in undertaking student research to help them learn deeper.

Global connections linked to the university mean students can collaborate with peers and lecturers from top universities around the world. The University of Warwick has a particularly close partnership with Monash University in Melbourne, where many research-led opportunities are available to students. These global learning partnerships add to the diverse, international community across the university.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Students at the University of Warwick are taught critical and innovative thinking for their chosen subject. They also benefit from inspiring teaching by some of the world's top researchers, who share the most recent discoveries and thinking within their respective fields.

The University of Warwick is made up of 33 departments, split into three faculties namely:

  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine

In addition, the university is home to several cross-faculty research centres, initiatives and projects.

There are around 6,900 staff members working across these departments. The diverse faculty staff are made up of around 2,600 academics, researchers, and teachers, as well as around 4,300 professionals and student support roles. 42 per cent of the university's academic staff are from international backgrounds.

Students are encouraged to learn independently through group projects, working with academics on research, and learning from other subject disciplines.

Warwick has a clear focus on helping students achieve their full potential. Every student is allocated a personal tutor. These members of staff will provide academic support and expert guidance. They can also direct students to wider student wellbeing and support services.

In the latest Research Excellence Framework (2014), Warwick was ranked 7th amongst UK research universities. The exceptional teaching standards at the institution were further highlighted in 2020 when the Times Higher Education Europe Teaching Rankings ranked the university 4th in Europe.

Warwick's global connections allow vital collaboration for students with peers and lecturers from other top universities around the world. The university has a particularly close partnership with Monash University in Melbourne, which offers many research-led opportunities to Warwick students. These global learning partnerships add to the diverse, international community across the university.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Warwick provides its students with a framework of employability that sets the university apart from institutions of a similar prestige.

The Warwick experience enriches students beyond the academic challenge. Through a dynamic extracurricular programme, students learn additional skills and build upon their employability. Students can be then be supported by the university's career specialists to reflect on how those skills and experiences boost their employability.

Warwick invites around 300 organisations to campus each year, representing a broad range of job sectors. As well as attracting multinational businesses to Warwick to meet with students to discuss graduate opportunities, Warwick holds a series of specialist careers fairs. These include sector-specific events covering arts and culture, creative, media and publishing, journalism, politics, investment banking and technology.

Warwick's own vacancy database, myAdvantage, holds a huge variety of jobs, internships and graduate positions. The university's active network of more than 80,000 international alumni hold regular events where graduates can make connections and explore opportunities. The alumni service also provides an e-mentoring scheme, which supports both graduates and students.

Warwick's graduates can also be confident that the university's reputation of Warwick will provide the best possible chance of following a successful career (3rd most targeted university by the UK's top 100 graduate employers, The Graduate Market in 2020, High Fliers Research). Warwick's reputation also provides graduates with reassurance that a financially rewarding start to their career can be achieved. The average salary of Warwick's 2017 graduates six months after finishing their degree was GBP 26,500, compared to a national average of GBP 21,500 (6th highest paid graduates in the UK, The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, 2020).

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Student's employability is constantly built upon during their studies through extracurricular programmes and additional skills learnt outside lectures.

To ensure that students graduate with vital careers skills, the University of Warwick has a clear framework of employability that goes beyond academic challenges. The university's career specialists offer additional guidance, including helping students to reflect on how their skills and experiences boost their skill set.

To enhance students' work experience during their time at Warwick, the university's MyAdvantage database hosts a range of employment opportunities. These include jobs, internships, and graduate positions. Warwick also invites multinational businesses to meet with students and discuss graduate opportunities, as well as holding regular careers fairs, including sector-specific events.

The university is the sixth most targeted by the UK's top 100 graduate employers, (The Graduate Market in 2021, High Fliers Research Ltd), so graduates can be confident of having the best possible chance of landing a successful career. In fact, five years after graduating, Warwick graduates rank within the UK top 10 for highest earnings in over 11 subjects (UK government's 2018 Longitudinal Education Outcomes).

Upon graduation, students are still supported by the university's active network of more than 80,000 alumni living around the world. They hold regular events for Warwick graduates to meet up, make connections and explore opportunities. The alumni service also provides an e-mentoring scheme, which supports both graduates and students.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for students vary depending on the course and level of study. Warwick lists international student entry requirements for each country of origin.

English Language requirements

All students, whether undergraduate or postgraduate, are required to show English language capability that will enable them to succeed on their course of study. Students must be able to understand and communicate effectively in written and spoken English. The level of English language ability required may also vary based on the selected course.

The majority of students can show their English language competency through a GCSE English Language qualification or through English courses within the International Baccalaureate. If students do not have these qualifications, other accepted English tests include IELTS and PTE. These must have been taken within the two years before the start of term to be sufficient evidence of English language skill.

International students that require a visa to study in the UK may also be asked to submit evidence of an English language test (e.g. IELTS) instead of an examination (such as GCSE English) due to the visa restrictions set by the government.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Entry requirements at the University of Warwick vary depending on the course and level of study. Students can view all entry requirements on the university website.

International students that require a visa to study in the UK may also need to submit evidence of an English language test (e.g., IELTS) instead of an examination due to the visa restrictions set by the government.

English Language Requirements

To be eligible for a place at Warwick, students must be able to understand and communicate in both written and spoken English. While the level of required ability varies between courses, students need to provide evidence that they meet their chosen subject's competency.

Students can showcase their English language competency by taking a GCSE English Language qualification, or through English courses within the International Baccalaureate. Other accepted English tests include IELTS and PTE, but these qualifications must be completed within the two years leading up to the start of degree study.

Students can find more information about English language requirements on the university website.

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Facilities

Facilities

Large investments have been made to ensure the on-site facilities at the Warwick campus are outstanding. Developments currently in progress include a brand-new Faculty of Arts building and a state-of-the-art Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building research building. Dedicated to ensuring a positive student experience, Warwick has created a combination of both academic and recreational spaces for students to use throughout their time at the university.

Entertainment

The Students' Union nightclub and bar host excellent themed nights throughout the year. Students can also visit the campus pub, The Dirty Duck, for drinks and live music throughout the semester. If films are of interest, the Warwick Student Cinema society regularly hosts outdoor cinema nights on campus.

The Warwick campus is also home to Warwick Arts Centre, which is currently undergoing redevelopment. It is one of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK delivering a high quality, engaging, diverse programme of performing and visual arts.

Food and drink

Warwick is home to stylish cafes, vibrant restaurants and friendly bars that all serve a variety of different cuisines. The Piazza at the heart of the campus also hosts frequent food market days with authentic, fresh and delicious street food and baked goods for all tastes and a fantastic atmosphere.

Campus essentials

The university's campus is close to Coventry city centre, which is the UK's City of Culture 2021. Warwick has also ensured that essential facilities are available to students on campus:

  • NHS Health Centre
  • General needs store
  • Banks
  • Laundrette and dry cleaners
  • Pharmacy
  • Travel Agent
  • Amazon lockers

Faith provision

The university Chaplaincy is home to chaplains from the Christian, Jewish and Muslim faiths. Regular services for all Christian denominations are provided, as is a Shabbat meal every Friday for Jewish students. There is also an Islamic prayer hall, halal kitchen and ablution facilities.

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Facilities

Facilities

While some of the university facilities have been closed temporarily during the Covid-19 pandemic, students can still meet at outdoor and online events. The university is working hard to reopen safely and in line with government guidelines.

Essentials

Warwick has ensured that essential facilities are always available to students on campus, including:

  • NHS Health Centre
  • Grocery store
  • Banks
  • Laundrette and dry cleaners
  • Pharmacy
  • Travel Agent
  • Amazon lockers

The university's campus is also close to Coventry city centre, so students have easy access to further essentials.

Entertainment

The Students' Union nightclub hosts a range of themed nights, and the campus pub, The Dirty Duck, hosts live music throughout the year.

There is also a range of entertainment options on campus, including regular outdoor cinema nights and an arts centre, one of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK.

Sports

The university's new Sports and Wellness Hub has a range of modern facilities. This includes a gym a 25 metre swimming pool an indoor climbing centre six squash courts outdoor sports pitches and an all-weather running track. It also hosts fitness classes and physiotherapy services.

Faith provision

The university's Chaplaincy has chaplains from the Christian (Catholic, Anglican and Free Church), Jewish and Muslim faiths. Regular services for all are provided, as is a Shabbat meal every Friday for Jewish students. There is also an Islamic prayer hall, halal kitchen and ablution facilities.

Food and drink

Warwick has a variety of cafes, restaurants, and bars. The Piazza, which is situated at the heart of the campus, also hosts frequent food markets, and many venues are currently offering delivery services.

The on-site facilities are always being developed to further enhance student's experience and education. This includes a brand-new Faculty of Arts building and Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Warwick offers a number of different scholarships and funding schemes for international students. Available scholarships are listed by country.

Foreign loans

For international students without a scholarship or grant funding, private funding may also be an option for covering the costs of studying at the university. Warwick accepts a variety of overseas loans for students funding full-time education. This includes government funded loans, or private education loans.

For students considering government funding, it is best to contact the local British Council or Education Department to get advice on how to apply.

Private education loans are another option available to international students, however they are not easy to secure. Student visas and proof of sufficient income are often required by many banks and lenders before loans will be awarded to students. For information on how to apply for private funding, students can contact the Student Finance Office.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Warwick offers several different scholarships and funding options for international students. All available scholarships and eligibility criteria can be viewed by country on the institution's website.

International students who already hold an undergraduate offer for 2021 entry can also apply for the recently launched Global Excellence Scholarships. There are 250 scholarships under this programme, which will be awarded to exceptional international students who are self-funded.

Foreign loans

For international students without a scholarship or grant funding, the costs of studying at Warwick can be covered by private funding. This includes overseas loans, government-funded loans, or private education loans.

However, private education loans aren't easy to secure, as student visas and proof of sufficient income are often required before loans can be awarded. The university's Student Finance Office can provide more information for students who wish to explore this option.

Students considering government funding should contact the local British Council or Education Department for further application advice.

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