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International Strategy and Relations

Our International strategy

International is a pillar of our University 2030 strategy. To support this, we build international partnerships that enhance our research and education excellence and create opportunities for students and staff. We champion and celebrate established partnerships and explore new and innovative ways of bringing students, academics, and professionals together to share and learn, with a focus on China, Europe, Australia, North America, and Africa.

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Warwick in China

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Warwick has a strong history of academic collaboration and student exchange with China. We are committed to developing partnerships with leading universities and companies to further internationalise our research and education.

Warwick in Europe

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Warwick is a European university, committed to supporting the partnership-building activities of our academics and researchers. We are proud to be a member of the EUTOPIA alliance, delivering open, innovative and inclusive higher education in Europe.

Monash Warwick Alliance

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In 2012, Monash University and the University of Warwick combined the expertise and resources of two research-intensive universities, to create a ground-breaking international partnership that is at the forefront of excellence and innovation.

Warwick in North America

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We are committed to extending and deepening our relationships with partners in North America, and to pursue opportunities for funding, student mobility, research and teaching collaboration.

Africa

African partnerships

Higher education is transforming Africa, and with new Academic Directors for Africa in place we are primed to develop and strengthen research partnerships across the continent.

And beyond

Warwick in Indonesia

At Warwick we seek ways to expand our international relationships and engage with leading institutions in other strategic locations around the world – including in Latin America and Southeast Asia