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Palestine

The University of Warwick is a welcoming destination for Palestinian students choosing to study overseas. We welcome applications for our Foundation, Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research courses. If you need any advice or guidance on the qualifications below, our Middle East Team are here to help as well as our network of Agents and Representatives. Contact them at MENA@warwick.ac.uk

English Language

If English is not your first language, you will be required to provide evidence of an English language qualification to demonstrate your ability. This could be an IELTS or TOEFL examination, for example. You can find further information here for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses, including the minimum requirements.

International Foundation Programme

For applicants who would like to apply for our IFP, we would require you to achieve the General Secondary Education Certificate, with a minimum required grade of 80%.

Undergraduate Courses

For applicants to our Undergraduate courses who have studied the General Secondary Education Certificate, we would require you to complete a suitable foundation programme, such as the Warwick International Foundation Programme.

Postgraduate Courses

For applicants looking to apply to our Postgraduate Taught or Research degrees, we typically require:

  • a score of 85% or 'Excellent' is considered comparable to a UK 1st
  • a score of 80%, GPA 3.0, 'Very Good' or 'B' is considered comparable to a UK 2.1
  • a score of 70%, GPA 2.5, 'Good' or 'C' is considered comparable to a 2.2.

Please note however, the standing of the awarding institution is important and equivalents may vary.