Visiting the University
Despite being called the University of Warwick, we are actually nearer to the City of Coventry than the town of Warwick. The University is located in the heart of England, 3 miles from Coventry and on the border with Warwickshire. If you would like to visit the University, there are several Open Days each year.
Why choose Warwick? What is it like to be living at University for the first time and sharing halls of residence with other students? What's different about studying at University?
Opportunities at University
What opportunities and activities are available on campus? What societies are there and how can I find out about them? What makes Warwick different?
Accommodation and Facilities
What is the on-campus accommodation like? Where do students live off-campus? What facilities are available for studying? What other facilities are available for when I want to relax?
Life after University
How will studying at Warwick prepare me for my career? What opportunities are available to me when I graduate?
The University campus consists of the following sites:
Gibbet Hill campus
Warwick HRI at Wellesbourne and Kirton
Central campus, Westwood campus and Gibbet HIll are all within walking distance from each other
On Central campus you will find the Students' Union, Warwick Arts Centre, many of the academic departments and halls of residences, the Sports Centre, shopping mall and lots of plants, trees and lakes. In 2005, Warwick was voted the "best campus" in the UK.
The Students' Union
The Students' Union at Warwick is one of the largest and most active in the country. It is run by students for students and offers support services as well as entertainment and events varying from academic and cultural to sporting, campaigning, social and welfare needs. Find out about all the latest Union entertainment on the The Students' Union website.