University of Warwick

The University of Warwick is situated in Coventry, United Kingdom. This public research university was established in 1965 as part of a government initiative program to open out access to higher education. Warwick University is mainly based at a 290 hectare campus located on the outskirts of Coventry and it has a supplementary site in Wellesbourne. The university is organized into four categories, namely Arts, Medicine, Science and Social Sciences and it has around 30 departments within them. Warwick has around 18,900 full-time students and 1,700 academic and research staff. Warwick recurrently ranks in the top ten in rankings of British universities. The University of Warwick is also the second most-targeted university in the UK by top employers. This university had a total income of £419.1 million in the year 2010-11, of which £86.3 million came from research grants and contracts. Study in UK, under such a world class research centre such as the Warwick is been the dream of many. The main campus hosts a large leisure centre, comprising 25 m swimming pool, two sports halls, gymnasium, squash courts and rock-climbing facility. It is ranked 50th overall by QS World University Rankings, 151–200th by Academic Ranking of World Universities and 157th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.