University of Warwick
University of Warwick is one of the UK's leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry. It is a world leading university with the highest academic and research standards. The establishment of the University was given approval by the government in 1961 and received its Royal Charter of Incorporation in 1965. From its beginnings, it has sought to be excellent in both teaching and research.
The University has 29 academic departments and over 50 research centres and institutes, in four Faculties namely Arts, Medicine, Science and Social Sciences. The undergraduate courses offer opportunities for research project work. Students can also participate in cutting edge research outside of their degree, adding an additional dimension to their degree. It offers a variety of flexible and highly specialised postgraduate programs that provided rigorous academic training invaluable to prospective industry professionals and future academics alike.
Warwick’s Centre for Applied Linguistics offers a range of English Language courses that are designed to improve students understanding and knowledge of the language. These courses will develop key skills for personal and academic English Language. The university’s teaching staffs are continually exploring new and exciting ways to communicate their own research and understanding, introducing students to fresh insights and approaches to learning.
Warwick is located in the heart of England, 3 miles from the centre of Coventry, on the border with Warwickshire.
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