The English department at Warwick is very good when it comes to things like organisation, inclusivity, etc. The rest of the university is less consistent. The business school is on central campus but remains very separate from Warwick as a whole (in terms of which students can access the building, how merchandising works, etc.) The campus is always being expanded and lots of new buildings are being built, but these are almost entirely for engineering or maths students, or for people outside of the university (e.g. for conferences, which for some reason then take place in the older faculty buildings). Humanities students are all placed in one building (so English students get one corridor, History students get another corridor, etc.) though a new Humanities building will be built in the next few years (in comparison, STEM students get new individual subject buildings regularly and Engineering pretty much has its own village at this point). Money is therefore not split equally between subjects despite us all paying the same tuition fees (English students are also expected to pay for four books a week, for example, because the library cannot afford more than five copies of the same book, whilst STEM students have lab equipment included in their fees). The careers service for English is very, very useful but the more general, university-wide careers service (for things like CV checks) have been known to be quite useless and not up to scratch. Mental health services are getting worse (longer waiting times, new counsellors who aren't always as good as the previous ones). The Students' Union is quite useless overall. You get lots of people doing nothing all year around and then a massive surge of people turning up during election time, telling you everything that they're supposedly going to fix (e.g. every year someone always says they'll run a bus campaign, but representatives of the SU have also said they can't do anything about buses because it's up to the individual companies). So overall, the English department is good, the city is quite gray and not very nice looking, its permanent citizens don't like having students around and the university itself is quite inconsistent in the way it treats students from different subject areas. I'd stay for the English department though.