The University of Warwick


The University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry. With over 22,000 students and 120 nationalities represented on campus, Warwick offers its students a cosmopolitan community where they emerge as global citizens. Consistently ranked highly for research and teaching in the UK, Warwick aims to become an undisputed world leader in research and scholarship.

  • Forty Years of Reporting Business

    Warwick alumnus and BBC journalist Torin Douglas reflects on his lengthy and successful media career.

  • Phishing for Phools

    Nobel Laureate George Akerlof challenges the view that free markets are invariably right.

  • Warwick in NYU

    Warwick signs an historic agreement as the only European University in a New York University led center based in Brooklyn.

  • About the University of Warwick

    Find out about the University of Warwick and what makes us one of the UK’s leading universities.

  • Building a More United Nations

    In the inaugural David VandeLinde lecture in New York, Warwick alumna Baroness Amos spelt out her vision for the future of the United Nations.

  • What Makes a Good Leader?

    Would you rather have a distant, aggressive leader, or a caring, hands-on leader? Would it depend on the results they got? And can only certain styles of leadership achieve good results? Professor André Spicer, WBS, has been researching varying methods of leadership.

  • Distance Learning MBA

    Warwick Business School began offering its Distance Learning MBA 25 years ago. Ray Irving, Head of Learning Resources Development for WBS discusses its progress.

  • Warwick Knowledge Centre

    The Knowledge Centre is the digital gateway to the University of Warwick’s world class research, academics, and expertise. Featuring interviews and in-depth reports, exclusive videos and podcasts, online learning resources and live coverage of Warwick events.

  • Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nigel Thrift on Higher Education

    The Vice Chancellor, Professor Nigel Thrift is a regular contributor to WorldWise, The Chronicle’s international blog featuring commentary from “globetrotting higher-education thinkers who monitor the growing connections across borders”.

  • The International Office

    Warwick offers a cosmopolitan campus, which is home to 126 nationalities. At Warwick every student is an international student. All students, from whatever country or discipline, emerge from Warwick as global citizens, international rather than insular in knowledge, skills and outlook.

  • Experience Warwick

    Studying at Warwick is both exciting and challenging. Our students have the opportunity to learn from academic staff working at the forefront of their subjects and are encouraged to experience the excitement of research.