At the University of Warwick, our wide range of undergraduate degrees are carefully structured, developed and delivered by experts in their fields. The continuing success and achievements at Warwick provide the very best in education, facilities and support to our students.
Departments & Modules
The Academic departments are in four faculties. Visiting students can study in three of these faculties: Arts, Science and Social Sciences. Warwick welcomes applications from visiting students in any of the academic departments, although there may be restrictions on module availability.
The A-Z Guide provides reference information about a huge range of aspects of the University and living in the UK. We also add new details if we find something that we think you will find useful. Our International Guide - Preparing You for Warwick is sent to new all new students before they arrive.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
If you are applying through a partner institution, you have to be nominated by your home university or study abroad provider. If you are applying independently, please email the Study Abroad Team directly. The application form can be found here: Application Form
All applicants must be enrolled at an overseas university and we can only receive applications from students who have completed at least one year of study at their home institution. Applicants must have a minimum a GPA of 3.0 to apply.
How do I choose modules?
All modules are available within the Module Catalogue.
I am considering applying to the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies
If you are considering applying to the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, you need to complete an additional module selection form. You can find further information on this here.
When are the term dates?
Term dates for University of Warwick.
Where can I find the arrival information?
Arrival handbooks for October and January starters can be found, along with other helpful information, on the Welcome to Warwick website.