In June 2018, the University of Warwick was delighted to host students from Ansal University for the inaugural enhancement programme. The students spent time on the Warwick campus as part of the programme, which was designed in partnership between Warwick and Ansal University. This was just the start of our partnership and we ran the second successful programme in September 2019.
The bespoke programmes gave students a taster of life and studying at a world-class University in the UK. Ansal students stayed on our beautiful Warwick campus made the most of their time by exploring the campus, the City of Coventry and surrounding areas. They enjoyed an academic course on Game Theory led by Professor Abhinay Muthoo. They also visited many of the UK’s cultural highlights including Stratford-Upon-Avon and Oxford as well as group dinners and a fun curry and quiz night. The students were also fortunate to experience guest lectures, in 2018 from Dr Tom Martin from the Department of Economics and Professor Chris Ennew, Provost and in 2019 from Professor Daniel Sgroi from the Department of Economics and from Dr Nadia Olivero, Assistant Professor of Consumer Psychology at the University of Milano-Bicocca. Most of the students also enjoyed a weekend in London exploring the sights and sounds of our famous capital City.
Professor Abhinay Muthoo, said ‘I am delighted to have welcomed the students from Ansal University to our two programmes marking the start of a long and fruitful partnership between our two institutions’.
We are looking forward to next year when many more Ansal students will join us in September 2021.2021 Programme 2019 Programme 2019 Flickr Album 2018 Flickr Album
100% of Ansal students would recommend the programme*
*from all those who completed a questionnaire at the end of the programme (92% of the 2018 cohort)
It was the most enriching experience of my life. I learnt about different cultures and community as well as different ways of thinking and now after this two week programme I can take decisions in a more efficient way.Neeharika Bhowmick
I learned how problems around the globe are dealt with innovative solutions through seminars conducted by experienced faculty members and academicians, I learned the art of cooperation and competition in the course of "Game Theory" taught by the proficient Dr. Abhinay Muthoo.Sohal Singh Ghelot
This unique, fun and exciting programme gave me an amazing opportunity to study and learn a new concept in a beautiful campus with astonishing faculty member.Yamini Rao
Honestly, it was over what I had expected. I was able to meet new people, visit new places and explore. Academically, the teaching was very effective, I was able to learn a lot of things especially about Game Theory that will help me get ahead. I also liked the fact that we had personal development sessions, which were really good and engaging. And lastly, I enjoyed my time at Warwick socially and academically, and would recommend it to my peers.Shivam Sehgal