A fantastic University. Excellent facilities and campus. The extra curricular society and on-campus social life is great, with a number of nice cafes and places to watch sports. However, it's too far from Leamington.
The campus is quite good but the only problem is that the campus is all there is because it's so so far from the town Leamington Spa so it's a pain to get onto campus every day.
Very nice and helpful lecturers, modern buildings, big and useful library, great people. Everything in one place so you don't need to travel a lot and you can feel safe
Good course with excellent research facilities and lecturers. Careers appointments hard to get unless very proactive. Student union club poor
Uni of Warwick is a well ranked University in the UK. However, if you're thinking about studying there, you need to know that the campus, although big and nice, is quite far from either Leamington Spa and Coventry (which are city centres). It wouldn't be an issue if the bus wasn't always late ... but guess what? It is. On the other hand, the SU offers a lot of sport, cultural activities. I think that Warwick is a very good University and has a lot to offer but still need to think twice before picking up the location of your accommodation!
My course and my lecturers are all fantastic and the amount of brilliant people that I've met has made my university experience thoroughly enjoyable so far.
Warwick is a really lovely uni with such a beautiful campus! It is a small-ish university and only has one campus, unlike others e.g. Nottingham. There is so much to do and so many different activities for example societies, sports centre and the copper rooms club on campus. I am in my final year and have had the opportunity to browse other universities but this would still get my top pick.
Great campus, good courses and teaching is of an excellent standard. Regular SU nights and other events, lively culture and full of wonderful people.
University is fantastic. Staff and students are very pleasant. It's a joy to be a part of the team.
I had a great time at Warwick for the whole of my degree. Being on a campus is great because everything is close together and you are constantly running into people you know, so you never feel lonely or isolated. This also means that it is very easy and convenient to get involved in clubs and societies as sessions/meetings tend to take place on campus, so you don't have to go out of your way to get there. Being in a sports club or society is a great way to get involved in socials as well; whether that's nights out or more chill evening/day-time activities - there's something for everyone. As a prestigious university, the teaching standards are high and the tutors are really interested in what they are doing, so you get to take part in some really engaging modules and learn a whole plethora of things within your degree discipline. Warwick is also very good at giving careers advice and putting on careers fairs/having employers in to talk to students so I felt well-equipped when applying for internships and jobs. The biggest issue is that after first year most people live in Leamington Spa, or maybe Coventry, so you have to get a bus in every day which can take a while and you may not get on the first bus depending how far along the route you live. However, I didn't find that this substantially detracted from my enjoyment of university life.
I honestly couldn't have picked a better place to call home for the duration of my degree. I have learnt how to push myself and take every opportunity, the people are so insipiring. Like any university there's its challenges but the positives makes it worth while
campus is great u can find whatever u ll ever need in there. Banks, barber shops, bars, grocery stores and many more. my course is engineering and our facilities are really nice. even tho the building doesnt look fancy from the outside, we have the latest lab equipment and they renovate rooms all the time
Love the campus and my department. However parking is a nightmare and very expensive, food on campus is pricey and can be difficult to get a seat in the library during exam season.
The teaching standard is of course very high, but by being in a very isolated location, it makes going out in first year (when living on campus) a lot harder, and commuting from off campus is a real pain . The sports facilities are great as are the teaching rooms. Some parts of campus are now getting quite outdated but progress is always being made to make everything always look new .
Great academic level, but poor location and access to different facilities. Overpriced accommodation, but great sports clubs and social life.
The staff are really friendly, the campus is kept nice and tidy and they have lovely cafes on site. Definitely recommend this university, the humanities department is definitely the best!
It gives you a full campus experience. Great lecturers, great supporting staff. Accommodations on campus are great too! Facilities include two sport centres (very well equipped), one huge library, modern classes with lecture capture functions. Warwick is one of the best universities in the U.K. and has connection with the world's best employers. From time to time, we are sponsored by world's leading companies to hold large-scaled career fairs tailored to each faculty's needs
I'm an exchange student for only 1 term. I like the teaching method here in warwick even though it's a bit challenging for me since lecturers back in my home university will spoom feed us. I like the attitude of students here i can see their passion on the course they doing. They are active i during the lecturers.All in all,eerything is nice here just the food on campus a bit overpriced
great university. it has a very nice atmosphere. it is so friendly. the course is very hard but we have lots of support woo
Warwick is a prestigious univerrsity, and with its popularity comes a lot of benefits that students get to enjoy. The careers fair always attracts big name companies, so it makes life easier for students looking for internships and grad placements. The campus is located in Coventry, so it can get a bit boring, but Birmingham and London are only a short train/bus ride away. The SU also tries to make up for this by having several on-campus parties,clubs, and events. I study economics, a social science, but it's fairly easy for me to pick modules from other departments e.g. languages and humanities.
WBS is amazing and supports its student really well! The university is investing a lot of money currently, I can't wait to see the new sports centre next year.
The campus is great. Very accessible, great facilities. canteen is very nice. My experience of the university has been amazing. The students are friendly and the tutors are very helpfu.l.
The Computer Science course is great- covers a wide range of subject areas. The nightlife is perfectly fine - many clubs in nearby towns.
Great for post grad courses, a bit secluded for undergrads as quite far from cities. Would recommend a car if going.