great academic curriculum with a perfect social life balance. awesome accommodation on campus with great accessibility around the university. wide range of options for free time including social clubs, state of the art sport facilities and numerous dining options.View more
I study at the medical school, and although the faculty is great, the medical school is quite far from central campus. It is a 10 minute uphill walk which is quite hard to do and most people prefer to take the bus instead.
The campus is quite spread out and has lots of restaurants and cafe options which is great and there is also a Muti-purpose gym.
Warwick gives. very good campus university experience with a good social life, would recommend.
From my two years of experience in studying Law and Business at Warwick I can say that the faculty in my departments are really helpful. Most of the time, it is easy to get in contact with them and meet for any questions concern I have from a topic. Lecturers are great too, especially in the Law department. In law school, you will most likely find lecturers with different teaching styles which really exposes students to new ways of learning and education.
Many buildings on campus have study centres where students have the option to both study individually, and in groups. All study areas have cafes/restaurants.
My experience with Warwick accommodation has been amazing. in my first year, I lived in Sherbourne which is one of the most modern accommodation building, equipped with laundry rooms, study spaces and is very close to the business school and the sports centre. The walk from Sherbourne to cents campus is hardly 15minutes.
Warwick is a campus university and is self-sufficient with many eateries, cafes, grocery and stationery stores. Cannon park which is adjacent to the campus also has large Tesco. Post-first-year students have the opportunity to live in either Kenilworth, Coventry or Leamington Spa. All of these are in close distance to the campus and take no longer than 25 mins on a bus ride.View more
The university has particularly good accommodation for first years which allows students to create a home-like community which helps with meeting new people, transitioning from school to university and chill/work life balance. The staff (particularly for humanities) are always engaging and happy to go above and beyond with students.View more
Warwick is a russell group university with a good reputation in the recruitment sector, and hence offers good career opportunities. The courses are very flexible within their own departments, and professors are supportive. Campus is lively and huge but lacks the city aspect that unis in big cities offer. It also limits networking opportunities. Accommodation is great depending on where you stay and what you like. If you enjoy nature and long walks, lakeside, heronbank and sherbourne are good ensuite options. Gym is newly built and offers lots of facilities.View more
Really liked online lecture facility, really helped me throughout the year. Group projects can be avoided since I do not like that my grade is based on someone else’s work especially in second and third year.View more
I am really enjoying life at Warwick. The societies are great, there is lots to do and the help from the University is great! I really enjoy the course and you meet people from everywhere. You will always find people similar to you.View more
Warwick provides a very wholesome learning experience, in terms of both academics and personal growth. The campus is beautiful and very lively! There’s always something going on at the piazza and always something to participate in. There is lots of diversity in terms of people and cultures, there are people from all over the world which i find amazing. Accommodations are very comfortable and a lot of them are newly built which makes them quite modern and nice. There is also a newly built gym which offers lots of fitness sessions and sports courts and fields which is always a plus. The professors at the economics department and friendly and supportive!View more
I loved my first year at Warwick, and this is coming from someone who wasn’t entirely looking forward to uni here. I come from a city where there’s always something to do outside and always a buzz and Warwick is the complete opposite of that – but it really showed me the value of being outdoors in the countryside and building up a fun community with really lovely people. My accommodation was one of the highlights- a fairly large single room with a double bed, an en-suite, floor to ceiling windows for lots of natural light and a gorgeous view of the lake area. It was conveniently just 2 mins from the centre of campus, where there’s always something happening so I eventually got that buzz that I had always been craving. There’s an incredible state of the art gym which was so useful for me as well. Above all, I found really lovely people at Warwick from diverse international backgrounds, as well as those similar to mine- so fitting in and forming friendships was never ever an issue. I may have only spent 4 months with these people in this place but I’ve learnt so much and grown through such great relationships and memories.View more
The campus is amazing with lots to do. There’s so many sports to play, games, restaurants, even the bar.
You never feel like you’re running out of stuff or are bored on campus even between and after lectures.
It really is amazing.