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Since launching our 2030 plan, and despite the challenges, we've made significant progress through a number of big investments and achievements.

Achieved Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2023

highlighting our outstanding student experience and outcomes.

92% of our research rated 'world leading' or 'Internationally excellent

In the most recent REF results – a remarkable 50% of our submitted research was awarded the highest possible rating of ‘world leading’ (4 stars).

Top 10 for highest earnings

5 years after graduating, Warwick graduates ranked within the UK top 10 for highest earnings in over 11 subjects

(UK government's 2021 Longitudinal Educational Outcomes (LEO) dataset (2018-19 data))

Investing in our estate

In 2018, we committed to investing in our campus facilities, buildings and environment.

The interior of the Sports and Wellness Hub

Sports & Wellness Hub, 2019

£49m multisports facility for students, staff and local community. Supported the Commonwealth Games and International Children’s Games (2022).

The exterior of the Degre Apprenticeship Centre

Degree Apprenticeship
Centre, 2019

£10m dedicated facility to deliver Degree Apprenticeships, opened by the Minister of Apprenticeships and Skills in 2021. Funded by Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership.

The exterior of the Warick Arts Centre

Warwick Arts Centre, 2021

£43m four-year transformational development of modern, accessible new spaces with a welcoming foyer, new gallery and three new cinemas.

The exterior of Cryfield Village student accommodation

Cryfield Village, 2021

£58m, completion of 830 new bedrooms in 15 blocks, in a village environment with a central social hub.

A drone photograph of the exterior of the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building (IBRB)

Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building (IBRB), 2021

£50m highly sustainable construction. Home to, and housing laboratories for 300 biomedical researchers across the School of Life Sciences and Warwick Medical School.

The exterior of the Faculty of Arts Building

Faculty of Arts Building, 2022

£59m learning hub, awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) National Award and runner-up in the Stirling Prize in 2023.