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University of Warwick
Gibbet Hill Road

CV4 7AL


Mission

  • To become a world leader in research and teaching
  • Through research of international excellence, to increase significantly the range of human knowledge and understanding
  • To equip graduates to make an important contribution to the economy and to society
  • To serve our local region – academically, culturally and economically
  • To continue to make a Warwick education available to all those able to benefit from it, regardless of economic or social circumstances 

Warwick is justifiably proud of the reputation it has earned for the quality of its research and has ambitious goals for continuing growth. Although Warwick is already clearly one of the UK’s leading research-led universities, the strategy has the goal of enhancing its research profile to yet higher levels of international excellence. It aims, no less, at us becoming a top fifty world-ranked university.

The research component of the University strategy is informed by a range of both quantitative and qualitative indicators that will allow us to follow progress to our goals. International excellence, in both individual and team research, will remain our primary indicator, but we will also be thinking and acting more strategically in the development of our research programmes in the future and the strategy contains suggestions as to how we can do this.

Specific objectives have been set to ensure Warwick becomes an undisputed world leader in research and scholarship:

Continue to search for, appoint, nurture and reward the most able academic, research and support staff, continuing to aspire toward achieving 45 highly cited academics and providing the support possible to achieving this goal.

Continue to grow postgraduate research numbers to double PGR students to 2200 by 2015 and explore innovative funding mechanism to support Masters and PhDs and to provide an excellent post graduate experience, developing new innovative interdisciplinary approaches for both Masters’ and postgraduate research skills training. Presenting our major areas of research strength around key global priorities and challenge s currently confronting the world with particular emphasis on research that can make a globally distinctive contribution. These include: Food Security; Energy; Global Governance; Manufacturing; and Healthcare.

Strengthen and repositioning the University in the light of its refreshed Strategy focussing on the positive impacts of Warwick research on society at large, particularly in areas of knowledge transfer, the policy making community, and highlighting the economic, social and cultural benefits of Warwick’s research.

Continue to develop collaborative research and teaching opportunities internationally, working with leading universities in Europe and around the world.

The strategy continues to build on some of the exciting projects already underway at Warwick, such as Science City (supported by Advantage West Midlands), the Digital Laboratory, the Institute for Advanced Study and the Warwick Commissions. Our research will be driven by absolute excellence in our core disciplines, but we are fully aware that there is a changing environment in which multi- and interdisciplinary research is becoming increasingly important both nationally and globally. Warwick has strongly embraced multi- and interdisciplinarity as exemplified by the Doctoral Training Centres (for example Molecular Organisation and Assembly in Cells (MOAC), Complexity, Systems Biology), Warwick Systems Biology and new initiatives in Global History, SecurityStudies and Energy Sustainability and Life Sciences.

We want new colleagues and researchers of the very highest international calibre, state-of-the-art buildings and equipment and a PhD population that doubles by 2015. We are increasing the proportion of our research budgets from traditional sources such as the UK and European Research Councils, but are also looking to new partnerships such as those with industry, foundations and other private and public sector agencies. Such inputs are not, of course, simply ends in themselves. They are the means to an end of producing world class research. They are what will enable the achievement of our ambition: namely the ability to undertake exciting, ground-breaking, internationally excellent, and in many instances, policy-relevant research.

The University of Warwick

Coventry

CV4 7AL,

UK

 

Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3523

Fax: +44 (0)24 7646 1606

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Employment After Grad
Classical Civilisation
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£9000N/AN/A
Course Assessment
Coursework
52% of assessment by coursework
Written
48% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
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Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

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Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

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Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

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Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

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Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (%)
2:1 (%)
2:2 (%)
Third (%)
Classical Civilisation with Philosophy
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Course Assessment
Coursework
52% of assessment by coursework
Written
48% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

82%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

90%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

97%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

93%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (70%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (0%)
Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe
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Course Assessment
Coursework
44% of assessment by coursework
Written
53% of assessment by written exam
Practical
3% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

82%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

90%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

97%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

93%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£7,088
Northern Ireland
£7,088
Scotland
£7,088
Wales
£7,088
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (70%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (0%)
Classics
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Course Assessment
Coursework
41% of assessment by coursework
Written
59% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

82%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

90%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

97%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

93%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (70%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (0%)
Classics
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£9000N/AN/A
Course Assessment
Coursework
41% of assessment by coursework
Written
59% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (%)
2:1 (%)
2:2 (%)
Third (%)
Classics (Ancient Greek) with Study in Europe
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Course Assessment
Coursework
41% of assessment by coursework
Written
59% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

82%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

90%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

97%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

93%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£7,088
Northern Ireland
£7,088
Scotland
£7,088
Wales
£7,088
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (70%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (0%)
Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe
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£708897%90%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
41% of assessment by coursework
Written
59% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

82%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

90%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

97%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

93%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£7,088
Northern Ireland
£7,088
Scotland
£7,088
Wales
£7,088
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (70%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (0%)
Computer and Business Studies
GO TO COURSE PAGEUCAS No:
£900089%85%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
53% of assessment by coursework
Written
42% of assessment by written exam
Practical
5% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
84%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

44%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

65%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

83%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

87%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

72%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (20%)
2:1 (45%)
2:2 (20%)
Third (20%)
Computer and Management Sciences
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Course Assessment
Coursework
46% of assessment by coursework
Written
52% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
91%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

57%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

74%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

94%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

94%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

81%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (37%)
2:1 (35%)
2:2 (17%)
Third (12%)
Computer Science
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£900082%90%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
38% of assessment by coursework
Written
59% of assessment by written exam
Practical
3% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
79%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

53%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

74%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

82%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

84%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

61%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (22%)
2:1 (35%)
2:2 (24%)
Third (19%)
Computer Science
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£900077%90%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
41% of assessment by coursework
Written
55% of assessment by written exam
Practical
4% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
90%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

74%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

87%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

87%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

90%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

84%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (60%)
2:1 (40%)
2:2 (0%)
Third (0%)
Data Science
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£900092%87%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
28% of assessment by coursework
Written
72% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
91%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

66%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

79%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

94%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

96%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

76%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (42%)
2:1 (30%)
2:2 (20%)
Third (8%)
Discrete Mathematics
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£900088%87%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
30% of assessment by coursework
Written
68% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
77%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

58%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

69%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

85%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

92%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

73%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (37%)
2:1 (35%)
2:2 (17%)
Third (12%)
Early Years (Sector-Endorsed)
GO TO COURSE PAGEUCAS No:
£600088%95%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
62% of assessment by coursework
Written
38% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
92%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

68%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

72%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

44%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

84%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£6,000
Northern Ireland
£6,000
Scotland
£6,000
Wales
£6,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (%)
2:1 (%)
2:2 (%)
Third (%)
Economics
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£900095%86%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
25% of assessment by coursework
Written
75% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
96%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

62%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

80%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

98%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

95%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

92%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (31%)
2:1 (53%)
2:2 (14%)
Third (2%)
Economics and Industrial Organization
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£900095%85%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
25% of assessment by coursework
Written
75% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
95%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

62%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

80%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

96%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

95%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

91%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (45%)
2:1 (40%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (0%)
Economics, Politics and International Studies
GO TO COURSE PAGEUCAS No:
£900096%89%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
32% of assessment by coursework
Written
68% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
96%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

52%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

83%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

87%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

96%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

83%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (30%)
2:1 (50%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (5%)
Education Studies
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£900063%95%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
50% of assessment by coursework
Written
50% of assessment by written exam
Practical
0% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
85%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

65%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

55%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

35%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

95%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

83%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (54%)
2:2 (24%)
Third (7%)
Electronic Engineering
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£900081%90%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
31% of assessment by coursework
Written
67% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
81%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

52%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

71%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

65%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

87%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

68%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (35%)
2:1 (40%)
2:2 (20%)
Third (5%)
Electronic Engineering
GO TO COURSE PAGEUCAS No:
£900084%85%MORE INFO
Course Assessment
Coursework
39% of assessment by coursework
Written
59% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
81%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

50%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

72%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

56%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

91%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

66%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (50%)
2:1 (40%)
2:2 (10%)
Third (0%)