University of Warwick

Ranked 9th in the UK in The Guardian’s 2020 university league table, the University of Warwick is a consistently highly rated institution. With a student population of more than 27,000, including more than 9,500 international students, Warwick offers a diverse range of arts and science courses to undergraduates and postgraduates.

The university’s impressive campus on the outskirts of Coventry provides an inspiring learning environment, with Warwick rated 4th in Europe for Teaching and Learning Environment in the Times Higher Education Teaching Rankings 2018. Among its on-campus facilities are the Oculus learning hub which boasts state-of-the-art lecture theatres, and The Library which carries more than 1 million print works along with thousands of digital journals. Warwick’s Learning Grid facility provides environments which encourage informal and collaborative study, equipped with the latest technology.

The university’s research work is diverse and highly regarded, in areas such as medicine, business organisation and social policy. A commitment to environmental sustainability also informs the university’s activities, at campus level and in its interdisciplinary research through centres including the Institute for Global Sustainability Development.