The University of Warwick - Consistently Ranked in the Top 10 UK Universities
Founded in 1965, The University of Warwick is one of the most prestigious universities in the UK, with strong international reputation for its high standard of teaching and high quality of research.
The university has 16,000 students, including 4,000 international students from over 120 countries. It offers a wide variety of subjects in Arts, Business, Computer Science, Education, Psychology, Politics, Engineering, Philosophy, Mathematics, Languages, Social Studies and Medicine. There are many excellent facilities in the university campus such as the post office, bank, restaurants, bars, pharmacy, sport centre, library, to name a few.
The University of Warwick is consistently ranked in the Top 10 UK Universities on a number of league tables such as the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, Times Good University Guide, Sunday Times University Guide and Guardian newspapers. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities in the UK.
University Ranking Information:
-ranked 4th in the Guardian newspaper 2008.
-ranked in the top five universities in the Independent University Guide 2008.
-ranked 7th in both the Sunday Times and Times Good University Guide 2007.
-ranked 57th in the THES (Times Higher Education Supplement) World Ranking of Universities in 2007.
-ranked 29th in the world for its MBA program by the Financial Times World MBA Ranking.
-Warwick Business School achieved the top 5* rating in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise.
-According to the Financial Times survey of UK universities 2003, Warwick is ranked 6th overall, 4th for teaching, 5th for research.
-ranked 5th for the quality of research in the national research assessment exercise (RAE) in December 2001, with 25 academic departments achieving the highest ratings of 5 and above. Over 90% of the academic staff are awarded with top research ratings of 5 or 5*.