University of Warwick
The University of Warwick is based on an attractive, modern campus just outside Coventry. It welcomes over 27,000 students and houses the largest multi venue arts complex any university in the UK outside of London has.
The main things you need to know about studying at the University of Warwick .
The University of Warwick ranks 77 in the Times Higher Education world University Rankings and ranked 8th in the UK according to the Guardian 2021 league table.
The University of Warwick ranked in try top 10 for highest earning five years after graduating on the 2018 Longitudinal Outcomes Dataset based on 2015/16 data published in 2018.
Home student fees remain at £9250 per year and currently the same fee applies for EU students, though the university does note the fee for 2021 entry is not yet set. International students are categorised into two bands where Band 1 includes Humanities and Social Sciences and Band 2 Includes Lab based courses, Theatre and Performance, Economics and most Warwick Business School provided courses. Band 1 international students will have to pay £20,210 a year and Band 2 students will have to pay £25,770 per year.
The University of Warwick offers a scholarship for asylum seekers and a bursary of up to £3000 a year for low income students. International Scholarships include the Warwick Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarship for 2021 which offers 250 different discounts at a value of £13000 to £2000.
The University of Warwick has 13 different halls listed which offer en suite bathroom options as well as shared from between £96 per week (Cryfield Standard shared bathroom) to £198 per week (Bluebell hall en suite on central campus) The full listing can be found here.
Many 2nd and 3rd year students choose to live off campus in Coventry and you can check the latest accommodation from AFS here.
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The Students’ union is at the heart of the university campus and offers over 250 societies, including 50 sports societies from squash to lifesaving.
Graduates of The University of Warwick include Estelle Morris, Nicholas Stern and the Presidents of Iceland, Nigeria and the Prime Minister of Cameroon!
The University of Warwick declared a climate emergency in 2020, and has since set up a page on their website dedicated to monitoring their progress and goals
“Coventry is a vibrant and forward-thinking city whose outstanding history and unrivalled heritage make it the perfect student spot".
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