University of Warwick

Warwick offers unbounded learning experiences, enabling every student to reach their full potential. Expert academics guide students’ learning experiences and share their expertise and research discoveries through structured teaching, while also encouraging critical thinking. This means that, at Warwick, students also challenge their teachers, and these teachers are also learners. Everyone is united by the desire to learn, discover, and question.

The Times and Sunday Times named us University of the Year for Teaching Quality 2022, an accolade that speaks to the dedication and inspiration of those teaching staff. There are also opportunities for students to pursue their own research with guidance from top academics, even at undergraduate level, and to share their insights within and outside the institution.

The University is continually investing in providing the best student experience and facilities – from a new Faculty of Arts Building that inspires interdisciplinary collaboration, to an Esports Centre that’s home to the most successful university Esports club in the UK. There’s also the recently refurbished Warwick Arts Centre on central campus, which is home to theatre spaces, a concert hall, cinemas, a gallery and restaurant. Our incredible Sports and Wellness Hub is equipped with a climbing wall, glass-back squash courts, a 12-lane swimming pool, gym with 230 fitness stations, and much more.

All first-year students are guaranteed on-campus accommodation if they make Warwick their firm choice and meet the application deadlines. This means that, from the very start of their university experience, students will be welcomed into the heart of a diverse and closely connected campus community.

Listed within the top 30 THE Most International Universities 2023, and with more than 9,500 international students enrolled from 147 countries, Warwick is the perfect place to connect with an international network of like-minded people.

The wellbeing and safety of everyone in the University’s community is also hugely important. Warwick provides specialist teams to help with all aspects of university life – from funding and budgeting advice to disability support and wellbeing workshops. From their first week at university, every student will be assigned their own personal tutor, providing academic support, and helping to bridge the gap between school and university life. For students living on campus in halls of residence, there is also support from Warwick’s Residential Community Team, made up of staff and students.

The Students’ Union is run by students, for students. As well as representation and support, it offers more than 300 societies and sports clubs, providing endless opportunities to develop new skills, learn new hobbies, and build connections and friendships with new people. Societies cater to a wide range of interests, including academic-related activities, music and performance, and volunteering.

There’s also a lively nightlife culture on campus – with entertainment and events provided either through the Students’ Union or the University itself. With bars, club nights, pub quizzes and karaoke, as well as the Esports centre and Warwick Arts Centre’s cinema on central campus, students will never be short of things to do. The city centres of Coventry and Birmingham are also close by, offering fantastic live music venues, bars, clubs and restaurants, and London is just over an hour’s train journey from Coventry.