The University of Warwick has a reputation for excellence and is one of the UK's leading research universities. Whether it is teaching, research, student life or business collaboration, Warwick aims to give people the best experience of Warwick at all times.
The University of Warwick also understands that a healthy mind and body will help students flourish. That is why Warwick ensures teaching and learning go hand-in-hand with both physical and mental wellbeing with a campus full of opportunities to stimulate, celebrate and contemplate.
The University of Warwick has been placed 8th in the Guardian University Guide 2023. The Guardian University Guide is among the UK’s most highly respected university rankings. It takes a variety of factors into consideration including student satisfaction, entry standards, student-staff ratios, continuation, expenditure per student, teaching quality and career prospects.
Most modules are year-long, meaning students have a wider selection of modules if they start their placement September/October. Special Assessment methods are available for students who leave Warwick prior to the Summer Term or who do not complete a full academic year. Special Assessment methods can consist of written exams, the submission of individual essays, or other types of tests, where appropriate.
Credit is given in CATS: one ECTS is equivalent to two CATS. Full modules (full academic year) are normally 30 CATS (15 ECTS); half modules are counted as 15 CATS (7.5 ECTS). For part-year students, Warwick will calculate relevant percentages of these, the weighting used is 40% for Autumn Term, 40% for Spring Term and 20% for Summer term.