University of Warwick


  • Location: City

Student life

Our campus is home to 29,000 students from approximately 150 countries around the world. 

The university offers a wide range of facilities to students, enabling them to have the best academic and extra curricular experience.

  • There are currently more than 300 student-run clubs and societies. These give you the chance to meet new friends, do the things you love, or try something new – performing, exploring other cultures, food, film, music, volunteering and much more.
  • On campus the Copper Rooms and the Terrace Bar have club nights, there’s karaoke and open mic at the Dirty Duck, and a cinema at Warwick Arts Centre.
  • Off campus, there's live music, clubs and bars in both Coventry and Leamington Spa. There are also theatres, an art gallery, and food and music festivals nearby.

Many employment options are available on campus, including working in cafes, bars or Warwick Arts Centre, or becoming one of our student ambassadors. 

What's it like to live in West Midlands?
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The West Midlands is made up of Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire. Its main cities are Birmingham, Coventry, and Wolverhampton.

It’s the most diverse part of the country behind London, with a proud multicultural history, from the birth of Two-Tone music in Coventry – a combination of Caribbean ska and English punk – to the Balti curry, courtesy of Birmingham’s Pakistani community.

Once the heart of heavy industry and manufacturing, and the inspiration for Peaky Blinders, Birmingham is one of the youngest cities in Europe, with over 40% under 25 years old.

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What's it like to live in Coventry?
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A multicultural city offering great nightlife to its much-welcomed student population.

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Campus and facilities

Warwick’s campus provides easy access to everything students need to study, live, and enjoy an enriching experience.

This includes:

  • a new Faculty of Arts building,
  • a new Sports and Wellbeing Hub,
  • an award-winning arts centre,
  • private and group learning spaces,
  • shops, cafes, and bars, 
  • many calm lakes and woodlands

As well as being close to the major cities of Coventry and Birmingham, Warwick’s campus borders a picturesque countryside, including local cycle paths, and Tocil Wood and Nature Reserve.

Course locations

Main Site

Coventry, CV4 7AL

Main Site

Academic Office, University Road, Coventry, CV4 7AL

The Shard

32 London Bridge St, London, SE1 9SG