University of Warwick

The University of Warwick has a lively, cosmopolitan campus with its own shops, banks, bars and restaurants, making it an exciting place to live and work with everything you could need close at hand.

 

There is a great sense of community at Warwick – the campus is home to students and staff from over 120 different countries representing a diversity of backgrounds, but also provides a great resource for the local community, with excellent facilities open to the public such as Warwick Arts Centre and the University Sports Centre.

 

The campus occupies 290 hectares on three adjacent sites: Central campus, Gibbet Hill campus and Westwood campus. These are characterised by pleasant lakes and luscious woods, magnificent flowers and charming landscaped gardens. But whilst the campus has much greenery to boast, inside the buildings, ground-breaking research is taking place and academics and students are working together to further their knowledge and work towards new academic objectives and goals.

 

Warwick’s graduates are the third most often targeted by the UK’s top graduate employers. In the QS World University Rankings, Warwick is ranked 15th in the world for employer reputation.