Information for Prospective Undergraduate Students
You can find detailed information on our typical minimum entry requirement equivalencies at the following page.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss your eligibility for consideration in more detail, you can email the North America team at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following information:
- Qualifications, subjects taken and grades achieved.
- Undergraduate course(s) or subject areas that you’re interested in applying to
We would be happy to advise further.
Undergraduate degrees are available in all our faculties, Arts, Social Science, and Science, Engineering and Medicine. For further information, please see our Undergraduate study pages.
All applicants must apply via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service via their website www.ucas.com.
You can also see the following Warwick guidance on How to Apply.
The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service is the UK equivalent of the 'Common Application Form'. UCAS provides a centralised admissions system that allows the student to complete only one application form for up to five institutions or five courses/programmes in the UK.
With UCAS you typically write one personal statement which is transmitted to all of your choices.The content and style of the UK personal statement is different to the type of essays that students typically write for college admission in the US. Essentially, for the UK you apply at programme level and use your personal statement to demonstrate your passion, motivation, interest and aptitude for the subject.You can include extra-curriculars, but with this we recommend that you’re reflective and consider what you’ve gained out of extra-curricular experiences and tie this back in to be relevant to the course that you’re applying for. Further information on the UCAS application process, including deadlines, please visit the UCAS website.
Yes. The University of Warwick typically asks applicants to send in the following information
- Original or certified copies of High School Transcripts
- Original or certified copy of your SAT, ACT certificate
- Original or certified copy of your SAT Subject Test/AP results
- A reference from your teacher/counselor (if not already supplied via UCAS)
Yes, you will be able to keep track on all of your applications made through UCAS Track.
For students whose qualifications do not meet the typical minimum requirements for direct entry to Undergraduate study, there is the Warwick International Foundation Programme. This is a one-year intensive course, offered in a number of pathways/specialisms, and provides students a route onto our Undergraduate programs. For further information, and information on entry requirements and how to apply, please see the IFP website.
You can apply for on-campus housing once you have received an offer to study at The University of Warwick. The application form will be available online, along with a description of the different housing options available on-campus. Please see www.warwick.ac.uk/accommodation .
For guidance and advice on Visa and Immigration matters, please visit the Immigration Service website.
Yes, many of our students who are on a full-time program, work alongside their studies. Warwick runs its own student employment agency, Unitemps, to assist students in finding work. Furthermore, our Careers Service are always keen to match students with the best internship and summer employment opportunities.
Please note, there may be visa-related restrictions on the amount of hours you can work whilst studying, please contact the Immigration Service for advice.
The Student Recruitment is there to assist you throughout your application process and your time at Warwick. See the Contact Page for details.
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