Students starting at WMS in September 2019 need to apply to the University Central Admissions Service (UCAS) as instructed by the admissions office.
On receiving an unconditional offer, transferring students need to start their application for a visa immediately. The International Office provides information on applying for a visa.
The University of Warwick Admissions Office handles the academic processes concerning your transfer to Warwick Medical School. The key contact is Stephen Keep, Admissions Coordinator, Postgraduate Admissions Service, S dot J dot Keep at warwick dot ac dot uk.
Arrival at Warwick
Transferring students need to be available to start registration and induction processes on Monday 2nd September 2019. The induction week timetable is available here.
You therefore need to ensure you have travel and visa arrangements in place for the start of September.
Our nearest airport is Birmingham Airport. There are good train links from the airport (Birmingham International) to Coventry.
You could alternatively fly to London and get a train to Coventry. Coventry station is nearer to our campus than Warwick or Warwick Parkway station.
- Timetables for both Coventry and Birmingham can be checked at National Rail
Please note: Tickets are also substantially cheaper if booked at least a few weeks in advance.