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The Warwick experience is founded, first and foremost, on academic excellence. As measured by the UK league tables and the last government Research Assessment Exercise, Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities for both teaching and research and is rapidly climbing up the international league tables of world class universities. You will find studying at Warwick both exciting and challenging. You will have the opportunity to learn from academic staff working at the forefront of their subjects and you will be encouraged to experience the excitement of research for yourself. Recently, Warwick has invested significantly in its student facilities, refurbishing and modernising its library and creating new study environments to meet the needs of the 21st century learner. The Warwick experience is about opportunity; to broad your horizons and to help you prepare and plan for your future employment. Altogether, we believe that Warwick will offer you one of the most productive and exciting experiences of your life!.     

We are ranked 3rd in The Guardian in the UK and have an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research We are rated 2nd in the High Flyers’ group of universities most targeted by employers We are the University of choice for over 45 overseas governments and organisations looking to sponsor the best students to the UK We have partnerships with prestigious universities in Europe, the USA, Singapore, India and Australia We have an established reputation among business, industry and the public services as one of the UK’s most important sources of ‘intellectual capital’

Courses The core of a Warwick degree is the in-depth study of a particular subject or subjects, from which you will build up a mass of specialised knowledge, and this is achieved regardless of the degree level. Higher Education Foundation Programme With almost 30 years’ experience, the Warwick Higher Education Foundation Programme (HEFP) is taught in five specialised subjects: Business Studies, Law, Science & Engineering, Social Science and Biomedical Science. They are fast track courses with 100% record of placing students into UK universities following successful completion of the HEFP. Two of the courses, Science & Engineering and Biomedical Science have guaranteed conditional offers from the University of Warwick. Applications are made directly to Warwick at Undergraduate degrees Unlike the Foundation programme and Postgraduate degrees where the applications are made directly to the university involved, the undergraduate courses must be applied to through the UCAS application system online. Applicants can submit a maximum of five choices for different courses at the same or different institutions. The application form, along with further advice, can be found at Any supporting documentation must be sent directly to the University of Warwick’s Admissions Office. Postgraduate Taught degrees Applications for the Postgraduate Taught Masters degrees are made directly to the University . To apply to study at Warwick, visit Here you will find the application form, admission requirements, check list and other important information. Postgraduate Research degrees If you are thinking of applying for a PhD with us, the first step is to ensure that there is an academic who shares your research interests. We receive many good applications each year that we cannot accept simply because there is no supervisor available. We suggest that you look at the departmental pages and forward a summary of your research proposal to any suitable academics for your topic. Once you have found your supervisor, you can submit your application, along with your research proposal, if required, online at

Undergraduate A-Z Accounting & Finance Ancient History & Classical Archaeology Automotive Engineering Biochemistry Biological Sciences Biomedical Chemistry Biomedical Science Chemical Biology Chemistry Chemistry with Management Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry Childhood, Education & Society Civil Engineering Classical Civilisation Classical Civilisation with Philosophy Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe Classics Comparative Italian & European Studies Computer & Business Studies Computer & Information Engineering Computer & Management Sciences Computer Science Computing Systems Discrete Mathematics Economics Economics & Economic History Economics & Industrial Organization Economics, Politics & International Studies Electronic Engineering Engineering Engineering & Business Studies Engineering Business Management English Literature English Literature & Creative Writing English & French English & German Literature English & Italian Literature English & Theatre Studies Environmental Biology European Law Film & Literature Film Studies

Film with Television Studies French Studies French Studies with German French Studies with Italian French & German Studies French & History French & Italian Studies French with Film Studies French with International Studies French with Sociology French with Theatre Studies

Italian with Theatre Studies Law Law with Study Abroad in English Law & Business Studies Law & Sociology

Management Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering Mathematics Mathematics & Business Studies Mathematics & Economics Mathematics & Philosophy German Studies Mathematics & Physics German Studies & Italian Mathematics & Statistics German & Business Studies MORSE (Mathematics, Operational German & History Research, Statistics & Economics) German with French MMORSE German with International Studies Mechanical Engineering German with Italian Medicine German with Spanish Medical Microbiology & Virology/ History (Renaissance/Modern & Mod- Microbiology & Virology/Virology ern Philosophy History, Literature & Cultures of the Philosophy & Literature Americas Philosophy, Politics & Economics History & Italian Philosophy with Classical Civilisation History & Politics Philosophy with Computer Science History & Sociology Philosophy with Psychology History of Art Physics History of Art & French Studies Physics & Business Studies History of Art with Italian Politics Politics & Sociology International Business Politics with French International Management Politics with International Studies Italian Psychology Italian with Classics Italian & European Literature Italian with Film Studies Italian with French Italian with German Italian & History of Art Italian with International Studies

Sociology (& Sociology with Specialism) Systems Engineering (& electives) Theatre & Performance Studies

Postgraduate A-Z Advanced Legal Studies Aesthetic Dentistry Ancient Visual & Material Culture Analytical Science: Methods & Instrumental Techniques Applied Management Applied Social Research with specialisms Behavioural & Economic Science Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology, Bioprocessing & Business Management Business Administration (MBA) Business Analytics & Consulting Business & Enterprise Education Careers Education, Information & Guidance in Higher Education Chemistry with Scientific Writing Child Health Childhood in Society Clinical Applications of Psychology Cognitive Systems Communicating Multidisciplinary Science Complexity Science Complex Systems Science Computer Science & Applications Continental Philosophy Creative & Medial Enterprises Culture of the European Renaissance Cyber Security & Management Diabetes Drama & Theatre Education e-Business Management Economic & Psychological Science Economics Economics & Industrial Organisation Economics & International Financial Economics Education Educational Assessment Educational Innovation Educational Leadership & Management Educational Research Methods Educational Studies Eighteenth Century Studies Electronic Systems Electronic Systems with Communications Electronic Systems with Sensor Technology Endodontics Energy & Power Electrical Systems Engineering Business Management Engineering Systems English Language Teaching Engineering Systems

English Language Teaching English Language Teaching (Studies & Methods) Enterprise Integration Management English Literature Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate European Cultural Policy & Management Film & Television Studies Finance Finance & Economics Financial Mathematics Food Security Gender & International Development German Cultural Studies Global Energy (MBA) Global History Global Media & Communications Globalisation & Development Health Sciences Health Services Management History History of Art History of Medicine History of Race in the Americas Implant Dentistry Industrial Relations & Managing Human Resources Information Systems & Management Interdisciplinary Mathematics International Corporate Governance & Financial Regulation International Development Law & Human Rights International Economic Law International & European Employment Relations International Performance Research International Political Economy International Politics & East Asia International Politics & Europe International Relations International Security International Technology Management Italian Studies: Culture & Communication Leaders in Finance Lingual Orthodontics Local Government Management MBChB Management Management for Business Excellence Management & Organisational Analysis

Management of Student Work Experience Management Science & Operational Research Manufacturing Systems Engineering Marketing & Strategy Mathematics & Statistics Mathematical Biology & Biophysical Chemistry Mathematics Mathematics Education Mechanical Engineering Systems Medical Education Medical Leadership Modern History Orthodontics Pan-Romanticism Philosophy Philosophy & Ethics of Mental Health Philosophy & Literature Philosophy of Mind Plant Bioscience for Crop Production Politics Process Business Management Programme & Project Management Public Administration Public Health Public Management Public Policy Public Leadership & Management Racism & Globalisation Religious, Social & Cultural History Religious Education Research in French & Francophone Studies Research Methods in Psychology Restorative Dentistry Scientific Computing Scientific Research & Communication Sexual & Reproductive Health Care Social & Political Thought Social Research Social Work Sociology Socio-Legal Studies Statistics Supply Chain & Logistics Management Sustainable Crop Production Systems Biology Teacher Training Programme Translation & Transcultural Studies Translation, Writing & Cultural Differences Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Tunnelling & Underground Space Visual & Material Culture of Ancient Rome Writing

Life on campus One of the many things that attracts students to the University of Warwick is our campus and the surrounding areas. With fantastic facilities, easy access to major towns and cities and excellent outdoor space, students are rarely short of things to do. Accommodation Warwick Accommodation offers a range of high quality accommodation, either in our attractive residences on campus or situated in ‘student villages’ in nearby Coventry or Leamington Spa. All residences on campus are within 10 minutes walk from central campus, whereas all off campus properties are within easy reach of the direct bus routes to campus. The range of residences ensure that there is accommodation to suit all needs. Warwick Sport Sporting life on campus is great. Whatever your preference—from traditional outdoor sports to the challenge of our indoor climbing centre— you’ll find excellent facilities, enthusiasm and encouragement from our dedicated sports staff. Students’ Union Warwick Students’ Union is one of the biggest and best in the country with our recently improved facilities providing the very best entertainment venues to our students, seven days a week. The Union supports over 300 societies and sports clubs, as well as student newspapers, radio station and TV channel. Warwick Arts Centre Warwick Arts Centre is situated at the heart of campus, attracting 280,000 visitors a year to over 2,000 individual events embracing music, drama, dance, comedy, literature, films and visual arts. It houses a concert hall, two theatres, a cinema, art gallery, conference room, restaurant, bookshop and two bars.

Music Centre Although we don’t offer any formal degrees in music, we have some of the best student music in the UK. You’ll find many opportunities in our Music Centre to develop and exercise your musical talents. Campus Facilities The University of Warwick campus provides a variety of day to day facilities and services for students. The area around the piazza and Students’ Union building is where you can find a supermarket, health centre, banks, post office, pharmacy, bookshop, music shop, hairdressers and other essential services.

Warwick Latin American Society The Latin American Society at Warwick provides a welcoming community for all students from Latin America. Each year, they have had a huge scope of different activities such as trips within the UK, debates on topical issues in Latin-American and world countries, BBQ during the sunny days in the summer and the well-known and beloved Latin Nights.

Latin American society

Useful information Tuition Fees

NB Expenses quoted are intended as a guide only.

2011/12 Band one Undergraduate - £12,325 Band two Undergraduate - £16,000

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Band one Taught Masters - £12,325 Band two Taught Masters - £16,000

Master’s Programmes Licenciado/Professional Title (Bachelor degree) awarded by a recognised higher education institution, with a minimum overall score of 8.0 – 9.0 depending on the programme. For more specific information please visit: apply/admissions/

Band one Research - £12, 115 Band two Research - £15,460

Entry Requirements HEFP Successful completion of minimum overall score of 8




Undergraduate programmes Mexican applicants holding the Bachillerato, will need to successfully complete a foundation programme prior to enrolling on a Bachelor degree. Different degree programmes have different entry requirements, please consult the University of Warwick website for further details: entry/

International Baccalaureate: 34 – 39 points Successful completion of a recognized foundation programme

Research Degrees A Maestría (Masters degree) is normally required for admission onto a PhD

English Language Requirements Higher Education Foundation Programme IELTS: 5.5 TOEFL IBT: 61 PET: 48 All other programmes (minimum requirements) IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL IBT: 92

Scholarships Warwick Business School Two scholarships worth 25% are available for Latin American self funded applicants to the MBA programme. Other scholarships include ten 50% awards, five 50% awards for female applicants and two 25% awards for applicants for not-for-profit/ public sectors. WMG WMG are offering a £3,000 reduction for all Latin American applicants who receive an offer to study on a Taught Masters programme by WMG for 2011 entry.

Department of Film and Television Studies 15 Arts and Humanities Research Council scholarships are available to Postgraduate Taught applicants over the next five years. Department of German Studies The Godfrey Carr Fund For Excellence in Warwick German, established in 2005 with generous support from ALDI and departmental alumni, currently provides financial support up to a maximum of £1,000 to offset the cost of postgraduate fees. To be eligible for funding, you must be able to demonstrate that you have applied or will be applying to other external sources of funding.

Santander Applicants from Mexico, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Brazil or Colombia applying to study a Postgraduate Taught Masters courses at the University of Warwick are eligible to apply for the Santander Scholarship.

School of Life Sciences The department is offering a number of scholarships worth £2,000 and £3,000 each to students applying for a taught Masters degrees starting in October 2011.

FIDERH - Banco de Mexico The University of Warwick will be awarding scholarships of a 10% reduction in tuition fees to successful awardees of the FIDERH programme.

Erasmus Mundus Masters in Complex Systems Up to 12 scholarships (including living expenses) are available to study on the Masters in Complex Systems for non-EU citizens.

FUNED - Warwick Scholarship A joint scholarship by Funed and The University of Warwick worth £6,000 is available.

Erasmus Mundus Masters in International Performance Research Up to 12 scholarships (including living expenses) are available to study on the Masters in International Performance Research for non-EU citizens.

Centre for Cultural Policy Studies The Centre for Cultural Policy Studies is delighted to offer a limited number of scholarships to international students. The bursaries, worth £5,000 each, will be towards the cost of the fees for full-time Masters study in the Centre. Department of Computer Science The Department of Computer Science is offering three scholarships to offer holders of their MSc in Computer Science. There is no application form to complete, as all applicants will be considered.

For more information on any of the scholarships, please see: , or email

Location details The University of Warwick is conveniently located in the heart of England, just minutes away from Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon and Britain’s finest medieval castle at Warwick. The University is situated in a green campus environment but is only five kilometres from the busy multicultural city of Coventry.   

70 minutes from Central London by direct train 30 minutes from Birmingham International Airport 90 minutes from London Heathrow Airport

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