How to apply
All applications for undergraduate study are made through UCAS. The UCAS institution code for the University of Warwick is W20.
If you are made and accept an offer, and meet all conditions we will confirm your place and look forward to warmly welcoming you at the start of your life here at Warwick.
Further information and guidance about the admissions process is available on the University website.
We are committed to giving full and fair consideration to all entry qualification information presented by individual applicants. We welcome applications from candidates offering many different qualifications, including A levels, the International Baccalaureate, the Cambridge Pre-U, Access to HE Diplomas, and many overseas qualifications.
Please see the University website for entry requirements for our courses. We actively welcome and encourage applications from candidates who meet the contextual eligibility criteria and whose predicted grades are close to, or slightly below, the contextual offer level.
Important subjects for Engineering
Mathematics and Physics are very important foundation subjects for a degree course in Engineering. Applicants with a strong profile but without one of these two subjects may be considered. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org prior to applying.
At Warwick we welcome applications from across the globe, and have dedicated teams available to advise and support, as well as a global network of Agents and Representatives. Please see the University website for more information on applying from your country.
Don't just take it from us, come and see for yourself what Warwick is all about. We'd strongly encourage you to come and visit us if possible.
"I chose to study Engineering as I really enjoy maths and physics and wanted to study a degree which applies concepts from these subjects to real world problems.
The general first year of the degree attracted me to studying at Warwick as it has allowed me to gain experience in all the disciplines of engineering available before having to specialise."
Hannah, 2nd year Mechanical Engineering student