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Applying to Warwick

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Joanne Phillips

on 8 May 2013

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Transcript of Applying to Warwick

This presentation aims to cover:
1. Why you should consider Warwick University
2. The various routes to Higher Education. Applying to Warwick University Why Warwick? English Language Requirements Time-line of Events * Internationally renowned

* Multicultural Campus with over 140 countries studying here

* Research Lead Institution

* More societies than any other university, celebrating its diverse culture.

* Host to the worlds Largest student fun International Event- One World Week

* Warwick Business School is rated in the top 1% of business schools internationally Entry Routes: Ensuring that you have the correct qualification requirements for your course:

Higher Educational Foundation Programme (HEFP)
9 month course
25 hour intensive tutition
100% success rate at securing places at UK universities
5 different courses
Set in the 'Heart of England' Requirement for English language skills both oral and written. Money Matters Two Bands of tuition fees: Band 1: Humanities and Social Sciences

Band 2: Laboratory courses and WBS


The government recommends International students bring £5,400 to cover living cost. UCAS Deadlines: * Autumn (September-November): Personal statement and research. Don't wait until the deadline!

* 15 January: Deadline for all courses (except the ones that specify earlier so don't get caught out). Offers and Acceptance: February till March in most cases.

The UCAS website provides an excellent guideline: http://www.ucas.ac.uk/documents/ucasguides/appflow2013.pdf

Warwick accepts:
IELTS
TOEFL- they also offer a Scholarship programme
Pearson
These need to be taken two years in advance Pre-sessional English Course: Two intensive 5 week phases
Cost: £1350 for each five week course
Accommodation? Warwick offers a variety of Accommodation ranging in price and availability:

Bluebell: £150 per week double room ensuite (39 weeks)


Claycroft: £109 per week single room bathroom shared with one person (39 weeks)

Cryfield: £79 per week single room shared bathroom (30 week) Results! July-August- Places confirmed! UNIVERSITY STARTS: End September: International orientation

October: University begins!
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