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The University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation and for links with business and industry. A major new report out in January 2017 revealed that Warwick graduates are sought after by the largest number of top graduate employers.

Warwick UK and Global Rankings

8th - The Guardian 2018, published May 2017 3rd most targeted university nationally by the UK’s top 100 graduate employers - The Graduate Market in 2018, High Fliers Research Ltd.
Ten subjects in the world’s top 50, with one in the top 20 - The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017, March 2017 19th of the world's most international universities - THE (Times Higher Education) World's Most International Universities 2017, February 2017

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The value of a Warwick education is reflected in the high quality of job roles that our graduates take up after they leave. Each year we advertise 5,000 vacancies from UK and International employers looking to connect with our students and we welcome over 300 companies onto campus to participate in careers events, workshops and other events. If you have any questions related to entry requirements or funding, please contact us by leaving your details.

Delegate from the University of Warwick (Caroline Rushingwa) will be visiting Nigeria (Lagos and Abuja) Ghana (Accra and Berekuso) and Kenya (Nairobi) to meet with students across the country.

If you would like to arrange a private counselling session and meet with the delegate from Warwick University UK, please register to receive more information on the upcoming visits and the University of Warwick.

Hear what our Student and Alumni have to say about Warwick...


Sesinam Dagadu, Warwick Alumnus and founder of SnooCode, won the ‘Entrepreneurial Award’ at the British Council ‘Study UK Alumni Awards 2017’ in Accra, Ghana.

“Warwick provided an environment like no other with smart, driven and passionate people from all over the world in which one can easily be convinced of one’s ability to make a difference.

Warwick left me with a view that we are all here to solve problems and make new things possible.”


Ashely Mungai, 3rd year Law student. Current President of Warwick Africa Summit and former Co-President of East Africa Society.

"Choosing Warwick was honestly the best decision I ever made. Not only has it allowed me to study law at a prestigious UK university but it has helped me grow and follow a range of my passions.

I could go on and one about what being at Warwick has helped me achieve but to summarise, whatever your passion Warwick allows you to follow it whilst still studying your amazing degree. So I hope to see you joining me next year.”



Silvia Bonku Ephraim, BSc Accounting and Finance with a Foundation Year. Treasurer at University of Warwick Africa and Caribbean Society and Student Ambassador at Warwick Business School.

"Being on the Foundation Year last year allowed me to rebuild my confidence in my abilities and, essentially, it was a stepping stone that allowed me to fulfil my dream despite not having the requirements for direct entry onto the Accounting and Finance degree.

I believe it is important to have a balance between academic and non-academic societies. I am a member of The Black Woman’s Project society, Afro-Caribbean society, Piano society and the Accounting society"


Olanrewaju Akinsola – Warwick Alumnus Master’s in International Economic Law and Special Adviser on Policy and Legal Matters to the Minister of Power, Works and Housing for The Federal Goverment of Nigeria – won the ‘Professional Achievement Award’ at the British Council Study UK Alumni Awards 2017 in Lagos,Nigeria

“I have been privileged to serve the people of Lagos State and Nigeria, with a professional career cutting across private legal practice, multinationals and the public sector.

“I believe that my education at the University of Warwick prepared me for leadership positions in both the private and public sectors. Warwick encouraged us to develop leadership discipline, service orientation, independent thinking and a sense of focus. These skillsets have been my forte as a legal practitioner, public administrator, tax practitioner, author, and infrastructure advisor.”