University of Warwick
- University of the Year 2022 for teaching quality (Times Good University Guide 2022)
- University of the Year Overall Runner up (Times Good University Guide 2022)
- Ranked 6th in the UK (The Guardian 2022 League Table)
- 6th most targeted university by the UK’s top 100 graduate employers (Graduate Market 2021, High Flie
- Close-knit Campus community of almost 150 nationalities
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Liberal Arts at Warwick draws on knowledge from a range of disciplines to address complex problems, including those in the humanities and social sciences. This course balances breadth and depth, giving flexibility with module choices whilst ensuring students graduate with specific expertise in their area of interest.
An innovative course designed to strengthen the student as a scientist, by training across disciplines. Using a blend of classroom instruction, team-based problem-solving, laboratory experimental work and individual study, students learn to think creatively and quantitatively, formulate problems, and solve them by drawing freely on the techniques and perspectives of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computation.
Ranked number 1 (2022) in the UK (The Times, The Guardian and 2021 National Student Survey) this course enables students to study everything from early cinema to the ever-changing.
This course equips students with leading-edge science to significantly improve health services.
Students gain a breadth of scientific training, as well as developing the knowledge and skills to work with digital technologies. Graduates of the course will become expert change agents to drive forward the digital transformation/maturity agenda across multiple disciplines and informatics professionals to support future workforce planning.
This wide-ranging, flexible degree is devoted to the study of the literature, history, philosophy, languages, art and archaeology of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.
Applied Linguistics at Warwick offers a unique approach to the study of language: we apply linguistic knowledge and theory to solve real-world problems. There are a range of course options which combine linguistics with either English or with Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Italian, German, French, Chinese or Arabic. Students build an interdisciplinary foundation from leading research in language and communication and then apply their learning to explore, challenge, understand, and address problems and find meaningful solutions.
Our flexible undergraduate Chemistry degree is delivered by one of the UK's top Chemistry departments, which is ranked highly for both teaching and research. It provides a comprehensive programme of study to prepare students for a lab-based scientific career – but also helps build the practical, numeracy, logical and analytical skills that are valued by top graduate recruiters.
SUPPORT FOR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS:
We focus on providing students with a framework of employability that allows them to stand out. Not only do we want our students to excel academically, we also encourage them to pursue exciting extracurricular opportunities to develop important transferable skills development that boost employability. Through virtual and physical events, Warwick welcomes over 300 organisations from a range of job sectors every year, helping students to build connections and explore career options. We are the 6th most targeted University by the UK’s top 100 graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2022, High Fliers Research Ltd.), so employers are sure to welcome our students’ skills and expertise.
Our Wellbeing Support Services provide a range of services that can help students to develop the personal resources and skills they need to navigate the challenges and opportunities of student life.
• Self-help resources
• Masterclasses and Specialist student skills sessions
• One-to-one appointments offering practical advice and emotional support and help accessing other services
• Psychological interventions
• Email therapy
• Therapy groups
• Specialist one to one disability support
In addition to our Wellbeing Team, our Disability Team offers support in managing the impact of a disability, including specific learning differences, mental health, autism spectrum and long term medical conditions. Our Counselling and Psychology Interventions Team also offers a range
We have a range of opportunities available with Jaguar Land Rover including pathways in Software Engineering, Software Engineering with Data, Data Analytics and Network Engineering.
The University has submitted a proposal to create a huge new 48+ hectare public eco park on the south side of its campus for consideration in the South Warwickshire Local Plan.
The new eco park will help support and develop an even more sustainable future for the campus, its students and staff, and its surrounding communities.
At 48.8 hectares, the eco park will be comparable in size to Coventry’s popular Memorial Park. It will be open to the public as well as students and university staff, and will make a significant contribution to sustainable development delivering substantial community benefits to Coventry, Kenilworth, and the rest of South Warwickshire.
The plan also includes the new proposed stadium for Coventry City Football Club which would be located alongside, and in addition to, the proposed eco park area. It will be a green home for the Sky Blues drawing directly on the eco park’s ethos to be one of the UK’s greenest and most sustainable football stadia.
The University of Warwick recently opened the doors of its newest building, the Faculty of Arts, to its students, research and teaching staff and the public.
The £57.5m eight storey building brings together a diverse and international mix of minds from all walks of life, creating the optimum environment for generating a universe of ideas.
Previously dispersed academic departments, researchers and teachers within the arts and humanities at Warwick will be brought under one roof, with the aim of encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and teaching excellence.
The building is intended not only as an outstanding new centre for teaching and research, but also to offer an interactive hub for engagement, with a new curator appointed to organise events and exhibitions for campus communities and the public.
It offers an antiquities room, new cinema and screening rooms, theatre studios and rehearsal rooms, collaboration spaces, a media lab and edit suite along with multi-purpose events and exhibition spaces.
The new building sits adjacent to the new Warwick Arts Centre development, close to the University’s main Library, establishing a creative and cultural quarter of campus.