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Applying to Warwick

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Joanne Phillips

on 21 July 2014

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Why Warwick.....
Ranked 15th in the World for employer reputation (QS World Rankings)

Consistently within the top ten in the University League tables

Celebrates diversity with 150 nationalities

Located in the Heart of England
Your University Experience
Can Warwick really offer that much?
Over 250 Societies

Over 70 Sports Clubs

Active student body

Study Abroad Opportunities

One World Week- largest student run festival
How to get here:
Variety of Entry Routes into the University:

International Baccalaureate: 36-38 points
(some subjects require specific Higher Level Subjects)

A-Level: AAB-A*AAA

International Foundation Programme: DDDDD-DDCCC
Money Matters
Band 1: £15,070 (Humanities)
Band 2: £19,220 (Science and Engineering)

International Student Calculator
Three KEY elements:

1. Academic Qualifications
2. Personal Statement
3. Academic Reference

National deadline:
15th January
- avoid disappointment and complete your application before the deadline.
Settling in
Orientation week

International Office

Students Union
Contact information
Jo Phillips
EURUSCA Regional Assistant: EURUSCA@warwick.ac.uk

Nadia Golenischev
(based in St Petersburg)

Russian Speaking Society
- happy to answer your questions via Facebook

Meet us
in Moscow and St Petersburg between the 4th-7th October (check out the International Office webpages for more details)
On route to Warwick
Joanne Phillips
Regional Assistant

Ludmila Kosheleva, Russian student, LLM
Living Costs (per academic year)

Tuition Fees: Band 1 and Band 2
Accommodation: £3081-£5967
Books and Materials: £450
Food and General Expenses: £1950-£3120
Travel (public transport): £300
Clothing: £450
Entertainment, laundry, Sports: £1365

out of 5 in the Complete university Guide for Student Satisfaction
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