Total Number of non-UK students
70,532 living in 192 countries
41.9% of our 2,433 research and/or teaching staff have non-UK nationality.
International Foundation Programme (IFP) – Offers over 250 international students access to Warwick and other prestigious UK universities.
Outgoing students: 554
Incoming students: 643
We encourage our students to spend time overseas with a work/voluntary placement, or a study abroad opportunity at one of our 200+ partner institutions in one of 40 countries.
Building on the success of the Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) in New York, Warwick and King’s College London, in partnership with New York University, are to launch CUSP London, applying urban science to improving public health and wellbeing.
Monash Warwick Alliance
This award-winning Alliance forges strong ties between our two ambitious universities and empowers us to tackle global problems. The Alliance is delivering joint and double degrees, developing and sharing learning resources and growing complementary research strengths, skills and capabilities.
Strategic International Partnerships
We are continuing to develop new international partnerships. All of our activities are underpinned by excellence, be it in teaching or research. Our international partnership funds support our staff to foster such international collaborations.
Warwick in Venice
Our full-time base in Venice, the Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, provides opportunities for teaching, research and partnership activity.
our students have a real chance to stand out in the international world of work and research, gain a global perspective and develop the intercultural skills to be a truly positive force in today’s global society. Students can choose to take part in several initiatives including language cafés; mixed nationality group work; and study, work or volunteering abroad.
however they choose to Go Global at Warwick, our innovative programme helps students to develop the critical skills needed to encounter difference without stereotyping and to be able to articulate such skills in a global workplace context.
Through our philanthropically-funded Warwick in Africa and Warwick Laksh programmes, Warwick students support maths and English teaching in schools in South Africa, Tanzania and Ghana and in New Delhi, India.