At the University of Warwick, our wide range of undergraduate degrees are carefully structured, developed and delivered by experts in their fields. The continuing success and achievements at Warwick provide the very best in education, facilities and support to our students.
The Academic departments are in four faculties. Study Abroad students can study in three of these faculties: Arts, Science and Social Sciences. Warwick welcomes applications from visiting students in any of the academic departments, although there may be restrictions on module availability.
The FAQs provide reference information about a huge range of aspects of the University and living in the UK. We also add new details if we find something that we think you will find useful. Our Welcome to Warwick Guides are sent to new all new students to help them settle into Warwick.
Frequently asked questions
This full FAQ list will enable to search on just the topics that you need help with.
Some of our popular requests include:
What are the entry requirements?
Is there an application deadline?
My university doesn't have an agreement with Warwick, can I still study there?
Where can I find information on modules?
What visa do I need to study at Warwick?
How can I apply for accommodation?
Do I need Travel Insurance?
Do I need Health Insurance?
Where can I find information on arriving at Warwick?
How can I access my transcript (HEAR)?
I am thoroughly enjoying my time at Warwick and would recommend the university to other students as there is a really nice international vibe here. Suvi Huotari, LLB Law (Erasmus), Finland
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