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University of Warwick


Offering a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses for UK and international students, the University of Warwick always focuses on improving the quality of teaching, expanding educational goals towards all international students.



The University of Warwick is currently located in Coventry city, within the metropolitan area of the West Midlands. This is the city with the second largest population in the UK, after Birmingham. Coventry is about 153km from central London and only takes 1 hour and 30 minutes by train. Coventry is not too far away, so it is easy for students to relax by having fun and eating in London.


Located in the city of Coventry, it is quite easily to move into the city centre of Coventry and neighbouring towns such as Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon and Kenilworth. The University of Warwick is also only about 1 hour from Birmingham by train.


To serve the teaching and learning activity, Warwick offers modern facilities and equipment with plentiful resources from libraries and computers, laboratories, languages and wireless networks to a 24-hour technical technology information support system and a large library with millions of books.

University of Warwick Campus


University of Warwick has made many outstanding achievements on the rankings of The Guardian. Aiming at improving the teaching quality, its training orientation always focuses on actual job requirements. Currently, the university holds many records in the UK, such as: 

  • In 2008, the University of Warwick was ranked 7th in the UK by the RAE, with 65% of the research being awarded 3-star and 4-star 

  • Ranked 29th in the world for Master of Business Administration program

  • Top 20 universities of the Russell group - the University of Warwick is the most attractive destination for students in the UK


At Warwick, a group named Vietsoc (Vietnamese Society) often hold food and entertainment events to help students get closer and more confident in communication. You can share your studies with each other and ask for the support from seniors in the same courses.


Students can choose and study at Warwick 4 following disciplines:

  • Arts

  • Medicine

  • Science

  • Social science



Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes

  • The University’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offer more than 280 undergraduate courses and numerous postgraduate courses in a wide range of disciplines.

  • Undergraduate: IELTS 6.0 overall (no band below 5.5)

  • Postgraduate: IELTS 6.5-7.0 overall (no band below 6.0)


  • Undergraduate: £19,420 - £24,540/year

  • Postgraduate: £20,270 - £25,870/year



The scholarship is up to £20,000 through three academic years and can be higher depending on students’ achievements.

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