Great corse and academic staff, buildings not great and not enough study space. The SU and facilities are good but they charge you too much for the sports centre and access to sports societies
It's ok. course is fine, student union is proactive, careers services could be better. but my overall experience is decent.
The campus for Warwick is incredible. It’s constantly evolving with new learning and research facilities being put up. Piazza is my highlight where friends can come to watch a movie or a game on the outside big screen Warwick’s lecturers are always so enthusiastic and push you to your full potential. I love it!
My English Literature course is fantastic, a lot of variety and some excellent modules of literary theory. Also, the first year which consists of all core modules is invaluable as a grounding. The campus isn't great, the architecture is very ugly and it can be difficult to navigate. The Student Union as a building is very small and not very good for meeting other students as the music is pretty loud, in terms of an association I think it does pretty well and the sabbatical officer system is reasonably effective. The sports hall is a great facility as there is even a pool on campus. In terms of living off campus, the main place where students live (Leamington Spa) is a long way from campus! The other areas you can live in aren't exactly the nicest and are still around a 40 minute walk or a 15 minute bus ride from campus (as opposed to the ½ hour non-rush hour ride from North Leamington - most students live in the South but I have really enjoyed living in the North)
Best from studying engineering at Warwick is WMG. Good research and good job opportunities afterwards, working close with industry. Nice facilities, and well equipped labs. Excellent battery centre (energy innovation centre). Competent staff in most cases. Again WMG better than school of engineering.
I loved how pretty & natural the campus was. I really liked sports there. Also the lakes. Beautiful uni! The geese were cute. Also my personal tutor was lovely and surrounding areas of Kenilworth were nice.
Big campus with loads to do - loads of restaurants, 1 club and few shops Course - Law - hard but challenging and interesting, good employability stuff too especially for the corporate world Loads of things to do like societies and clubs etc
Warwick is a bastion of academic prowess, a symbiotic melting pot of cultural and ethnic diversity, and one of the most lifeless grotesque institutions in the country.
Course is fantastic. I love the English literature course - so much choice and freedom. I wouldn’t have enjoyed myself quite as much anywhere else. Campus is very brutalist - all concrete. Very poorly connected. Ends up feeling a little isolating. The big screen on campus is the worst. English department is not too well organised. Student union means well but it’s very marketised. Warwick is a fantastic university but it tries to hard to sell its students ideals and products and at the same time to sell its own students as products - if it stopped trying to be a business and tried to be more of a university it would be better.
The gym is very average and needs improving - however the classes are well worth attending. I work in the Student Union and it is brilliant - I think it is just wonderful. I think the campus is slightly outdated but still nice. I have not experienced much of the organisation of the University but from what I have, I have been pleased. I am thoroughly enjoying my course & think my lecturers are just wonderful.
The medical school is very much distinct from the rest of campus and we aren't really included a lot of the time by the campus.
The three years I spent at Warwick were without a doubt the best years of my life. The opportunities that arise from attending Warwick are like no other. I have made best friends for life and secured connections that elsewhere would not be possible. Being within the Warwick bubble makes you feel warm and fills your life with energy. Even now, two years on from graduating, I am so happy to discuss my time at Warwick.
The university of warwick is quite academically acclaimed. It does have very good facilities on average. However concerns I have are for example during exam seasons there are too few study spaces.
Overall I really enjoy my time at Warwick and think being a student here offers a wide range of opportunities. Events like the Economics Summit are organised regularly and are a great chance to network, to see how the things we learn in lectures and seminars work in real life. We have various societies which is extremely helpful to break the cycle of studying-partying-sleeping (that most of the students do) with something thoughtful or sporty and to find likeminded people or to learn new skills and enhance a CV by taking up organizational roles in the society’s life. My course is a very new one at the university (Liberal Arts) which means that many things are still changing, but the tutors and professors are really eager to use our feedback to improve it. Not that it would need fundamental improvement: I think it offers a very interdisciplinary and skill-based approach that is (as I suppose) appreciated in the professional life as such and I found the tasks, and the freedom of choice that we have been given truly challenging. What I really miss is some financial support in form of scholarship or grant or hardship fund, for which as an Eastern European I cannot apply. Also, living in a campus university makes you feel safe and close to your friends but is remote too sometimes.
Warwick is an amazing university helped run by academics whom are passionate about their disciplines. Over the last five years the campus has had significant money invested into it, making it a much more modern and nicer environment. The university offers numerous events throughout the week, with Pop! wednesday's being the biggest attraction. The local pub, The Dirty Duck, also offers a weekly pub quiz that is fun.
Campus is nice and friendly, course is engaging, SU is a little slow but on the whole pretty decent. My experience at uni has been fantastic so far, made a lot of new friends and learnt a lot from a course that suits me well. I feel equipped for the future now.
I am currently in my first year here at Warwick on a psychotherapy course. I transferred here from Birkbeck in London to continue my studies specifically for the field I'm studying in. I really enjoy studying here as I feel the tutors and university staff have students well-being truly at heart. University seems such a normal thing to do, to study, to pass. But there's so many things that these things involve that the tutors and uni staff help us with. This uni offers free yoga classes also which I LOVE, some classes specifically to help memory, some for anxiety and so on. They also have a lot of mindfulness classes. I feel very lucky to have these things in place at my university. The tutors also make sure we HAVE to have at least two tutorials per term just to see how we're getting on with ourselves and the course. I like that they actually care about us as individuals and take our real lives into consideration and not just expect expect expect. I love Warwick university and my course :) 10/10 would recommend.
If you’re looking for the perfect blend of academics, sports and social life then Warwick is perfect. They work you hard, but not too hard to make life outside the books impossible. Our nightlife is lame, but if you’re up to embrace the lameness and you’re up for a boogy to tunes your mum and dad probably danced to, than Warwick is the one for you!
Warwick campus is a really nice place. There are over 250 societies, and the ones I have had experiences with have been amazing. Warwick is like a little bubble but it’s nice because you feel really safe on campus and get to know people well. The accommodation on campus is well priced and ranges from basic to really fancy, however some accommodation off campus isn’t the best.
It is an amazing university with amazing courses and overall very good facilities. I am a postgraduate student here, it is the best 1 year I’ve ever had. The night life on campus is very good with pop nights every Wednesday night.
Though some of the lectures, at least for my course, can be hard to understand at times, the overall quality of teaching is great. The subjects learned is broad and detailed enough that it is not only useful but interesting too. The connections with industry, especially WMG and JLR, is incredibly useful and has provided me with experience beyond just the course.
The campus and facilities available are brilliant as they should be when your campus is in the middle of nowhere. The student union is also a very active part of the university but I haven't seen much of them. Most societies are focused around academic and careers as well as sports. At least for my course (economics) there are a lot of career events.
The campus and facilities are great, depending on what subject you do. All are pretty good but humanities not as aesthetic as rest. Personally I do engineering which has just been done up so now looks great. Work is constantly beeing done on campus, very easy to see whete they spend our money. WMG is a very constant factor in engineering at Warwick and are great for studying and facilities.
Warwick has a good range of accommodation and the campus uni set up is a great environment to be in and creates a great atmosphere. The courses are well organised and presented, I take psychology and the support from the psychology department is better than I anticipated.