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Computer Systems Engineering MEng

University Of Warwick

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Program Overview

Do you have a desire to understand the technologies that enable our connected world?


This integrated joint honours course combines the study of computer science and electronic engineering, focusing on the design of computer systems and their real-time applications.


Our Computer Systems Engineering degree is designed for students who want to integrate the study of computer science and electronic engineering, developing a sought-after set of skills at the interface of these closely related disciplines.


The course is taught jointly by the Department of Computer Science and the School of Engineering.

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CoventryUnited Kingdom

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  Course Duration

48 Months

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  Tuition Fee

£ 29,950

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IELTS: 7

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With teaching from research-leaders in the Department of Computer Science and the School of Engineering, you will explore digital electronics, low-power systems, communications, control and real-time operation.


The curriculum places particular emphasis on pervasive technologies, including wireless networks, mobile devices and sensors, robotics and wearable technology.


You will learn to apply state-of-the-art computer science methods for validation and design, and code optimisation; and to use high-performance computing techniques to design efficient and robust embedded systems. You will develop skills in communication, documentation, reporting, teamwork, and the ability to effectively articulate technical concepts.


In each year of the course, students are expected to study a core group of modules and to make up the required normal load for the year by choosing a set of optional modules. There is a choice of optional modules available and there may be requirements to be satisfied by the choices: that a minimum number be chosen from a specific list.

Year One
Programming for Computer Scientists

On this module, whatever your starting point, you will begin your professional understanding of computer programming through problem-solving, and fundamental structured and object-oriented programming. You will learn the Java programming language, through practical work centred on the Warwick Robot Maze environment, which will take you from specification to implementation and testing. Through practical work in object-oriented concepts such as classes, encapsulation, arrays and inheritance, you will end the course knowing how to write programs in Java, and, through your ability to analyse errors and testing procedures, be able to produce well-designed and well-encapsulated and abstracted code.

 

Design of Information Structures
Following on from Programming for Computer Scientists, on the fundamentals of programming, this module will teach you all about data structures and how to program them. We will look at how we can represent data structures efficiently and how we can apply formal reasoning to them. You will also study algorithms that use data structures. Successful completion will see you able to understand the structures and concepts underpinning object-oriented programming, and able to write programs that operate on large data sets.

 

Computer Organisation and Architecture
You will gain a fundamental understanding of the functional components of a computer system, and how they are organised. You will focus on hardware and how it performs during the execution of software operations. You will also develop practical skills in the use and construction of computer components, and their interface with microprocessors. By the end of the module, you will be expected to understand the operation and organisation of electronic logic elements, the architecture of simple microprocessors, input/output mechanisms, memory systems and hierarchies, and digital circuits and their interface with microprocessors.

 

Professional Skills
In your first term, you will gain a basic understanding of operating systems, together with a working knowledge of the computing systems and their associated tools and applications that will be used within the Department of Computer Science. With these foundations in place, you will then develop your communication skills, both in writing and orally, with due attention paid to appropriate academic and technical language. You will complete the course studying ethics and behaviour, looking at the place of computers in society and the legal aspects of computing.

 

Electrical and Electronic Circuits
You will gain a secure foundation in the fundamental concepts of circuits, devices and systems that underpin all branches of engineering. This will include study of the mathematical operations of AC quantities, including phasors, vectors and complex numbers. You will study the electronic components that comprise complex electrical and electronic circuitry, and control systems theory. You will be encouraged to develop your problem-solving and modelling skills to prepare you for more advanced material in later years.

 

Engineering Mathematics
Through the practical problem-solving tasks provided in this module, you will gain the skills needed to apply the fundamental mathematical concepts that underpin all engineering disciplines, and prepare yourself for more advanced study. You will apply mathematical, probabilistic and statistical tools and techniques to real-life engineering problems, make appropriate, informed assumptions and examine models using analytical, statistical and numerical techniques.

 

Systems Modelling, Simulation and Computation

Systems modelling is an essential skill that underpins all engineering disciplines, allowing complex engineering problems to be approximated using mathematical models. Systems modelling provides necessary information to make decisions in the design and development of engineering solutions or to investigate systems that are too costly, difficult or unethical to investigate physically. This module focuses on the design and programming of models from first principles by the application of mathematical techniques and avoidance of modelling errors. You will learn how to: represent multi-domain systems graphically, derive models from data, construct a simulation model to predict system responses, and consider design principles that ensure robust model development (covering verification and validation techniques).

 

Year Two
Operating Systems and Computer Networks

On this module, you will spend equal time studying the fundamental concepts of modern-day operating systems and computer networks respectively. With a practical bent, this will mean analysing the generic requirements, structure, operation and administration of a modern operating system. Whilst analysing, designing and writing programs in the light of network requirements and protocols; such as system interfaces, concurrency, deadlock detection and recovery, and security threats. Turning to networks, you will learn the relevant factors relating to LANs and WANs and wireless networks, client-server systems, routing algorithms, socket programming, and network management relating to performance, security and monitoring.

 

Advanced Computer Architecture
Focusing on growing your knowledge of hardware, with an emphasis on system design and performance, you will be studying the principles underpinning system organisations, issues in design, and the contrasting implementations of modern systems. Successful completion will see you equipped to discuss the organisation of computer-based systems, different processor architectures and system-level design processes. You’ll gain a grounding in the components and operations of memory hierarchies, and the operation of parallel computer systems, including multiprocessor and multicore systems. There are opportunities to increase your systems programming skills, and study advanced topics in memory, processor architecture and parallel computer organisation.

 

Software Engineering
Centred on teamwork, you will concentrate on applying software engineering principles to develop a significant software system with your peers from feasibility studies through modelling, design, implementation, evaluation, maintenance and evolution. You’ll focus on design quality, human–computer interaction, technical evaluation, teamwork and project management. With a deeper appreciation of the stages of the software life-cycle, you’ll gain skills to design object-oriented software using formal modelling and notation. You will be taught the principles of graphical user interface and user-centred design, and be able to evaluate projects in the light of factors ranging from technical accomplishment and project management, to communication and successful teamwork.

 

Engineering Mathematics and Data Analytics
Building on the fundamental material introduced on ES197 System Modelling, Simulation and Computation, you will learn to apply advanced mathematical techniques to solve engineering-based problems, thereby equipping you with the analytical and computational tools needed to tackle advanced material. You will develop your skills in modelling and analysis, in particular through the use of MATLAB, alongside an introduction to computer programming.

 

Analogue Electronic Design
You will learn to analyse and design analogue electronics. By the end, you should be able to apply different circuit topologies to implement a variety of analogue functions, understand the practical issues associated with the selection of components, and use models of components to analyse the nominal or idealised behaviour of circuits. You will use software simulation tools to determine worst-case scenarios and learn how to optimise circuit performance against a variety of criteria.

 

Digital Systems Design
There have been great advances in semi-conductor technology during the last decade, leading to chips with increased area and gate density. You will receive a theoretical and practical grounding in modern approaches to the design of digital electronic circuits, with a focus on field programmable gate array implementation, including tool flow, architecture, testing and design for performance. Practical skills you will develop include use of the hardware description language Verilog and strategies for evaluating the functional correctness of a circuit.

 

Year Three
Individual Project

On this project-based module you will gain experience in designing, developing and implementing a significant project, under supervision. From submission of the outline and detailed specification, you will produce regular progress reports throughout, before presenting your final results. This is an excellent opportunity to develop important employability skills, including independent learning, self-discipline, organisation and time management.

 

High Performance Embedded Systems Design
The module develops the student’s ability in digital design to the level of designing high performance software/hardware embedded systems using hybrid FPGA reconfigurable devices combining processors and reconfigurable hardware fabric.

 

Project Management for Computer Scientists
On this module, you will gain the knowledge required to manage technical projects, using well-established project management techniques. You will have practical opportunities to apply methods such as defining measurable objectives, identifying and engaging stakeholders, scheduling, budgeting, resource allocation, risk assessment and mitigation, and post-project evaluation and monitoring. By the end of the module, you can expect to appreciate the benefits of effective project management, understand the risks and budgetary and resource constraints. Also, you will have the ability to evaluate a project against the measurable success criteria you have devised yourself.

 

Year Four
Group Project

This module offers you involvement in a team project, such as might be expected of you in a working environment, with experience in demanding management talent, problem-solving skills and individual initiative. You will devise a project in response to the needs of a ‘customer’, normally an industrial partner, and will be closely involved in the specification and running of the project. The project themes offer you scope for interdisciplinary and collaborative activities, and require a mature knowledge of computer science and its applications. On successful completion of your group project, you will have had valuable experience of teamwork, improved interpersonal and communication skills, awareness of the various issues arising from the work required to complete a significant project, and improved skills of written communication through the co-authoring of a substantial report.

 

Optional modules
Optional modules can vary from year to year. Example optional modules may include:

  • Mathematics for Computer Scientists I
  • Functional Programming
  • Visualisation
  • Computer Security
  • Digital Communications and Signal Processing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cyber Security
  • Starting a Business
  • Mobile Robotics
  • Computer Graphics
  • Machine Learning
  • Digital Forensics
  • Image and Video Analysis
  • Data Mining
  • Biomechanics
     

All applicants, regardless of their visa requirements, are required to show that their ability to understand and express themselves in both written and spoken English is sufficiently high for them to derive full benefit from their degree course. The level of competence required depends on what type of degree you wish to study. Many applicants can demonstrate this through a satisfactory level of achievement in, for example, GCSE English Language or the English courses within the International Baccalaureate.

Applicants whose academic qualifications meet the University’s admissions requirements, but whose English language qualifications are not accepted as equivalent, may be offered a place at Warwick conditional on an acceptable English language qualification being achieved before they join the University. A number of English language tests are accepted; some of the most frequently offered ones are detailed below.

Please note that certain English tests (including IELTS and PTE) must be taken within two years and one month prior to the start of your course at Warwick. Applicants whose tests fall outside this timescale will need to retake a suitable English language test.

Applicants who require a visa to study in the UK may, depending on the circumstances, be asked to provide evidence of a secure English language test (e.g. IELTS for UKVI (Academic)), rather than an examination (such as International Baccalaureate English) due to the visa requirements set by the UK government.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS (2022 Entry)

If you do not meet the English Language Requirements for your course in full, you may still be eligible for the course on condition of:

  • Meeting the English Language Requirements for our Pre-sessional English course, and
  • Successfully completing the Pre-sessional English course

 

Qualification

Exam Board / Provider

Band A

Band B

Band C

IELTS Academic

Including IELTS Online

Note: In order to verify IELTS results, applicants must provide their Test Report Form number to the Undergraduate Admissions team.

British Council/ Cambridge Assessment English 6.0 including minimum 5.5 in each component 6.5 including minimum 6.0 in each component 7.0 including minimum 6.5 in each component

Cambridge English Proficiency

C2 Proficiency

Cambridge Assessment English

C with no less than Borderline in any element

or

170 overall with no less than 165 in any component

C with no less than Borderline in any element

or

180 overall with no less than 170 in any component

C with no less than Borderline in any element

or

190 overall with no less than 180 in any component

Cambridge English Advanced

C1 Advanced

Cambridge Assessment English A with no less than Borderline in any element

or

170 overall with no less than 165 in any component

A with no less than Borderline in any element

or

180 overall with no less than 170 in any component

A with no less than Borderline in any element

or

190 overall with no less than 180 in any component

GCSE English Language

Any 4 / C 4 / C 6 / B

IGCSE English as a First Language

Any C C B

O Level English 1119/1125/1123

UCLES/CIE C C B

Indian Class XII

CBSE or CISCE only 75% (first attempt) 80% (first attempt) 85% (first attempt)

HKCEE/HKDSE English Language

HKEAA 4 4 5

International Baccalaureate Higher Level English Language or Literature

Note: Standard Level requirements differ according to the IB exam taken

IB

HL 4 HL 4 HL 5

Duolingo English Test

Note: In order to verify the Duolingo results online, applicants must nominate the University of Warwick as an institution who can receive their results.

Duolingo

Overall score of 115 with no less than 90 in any component Overall score of 125 with no less than 90 in any component Overall score of 135 with no less than 90 in any component

LanguageCert

LanguageCert International ESOL SELT C1Link opens in a new window

or

LanguageCert International ESOL C1 ExpertLink opens in a new window

Note: Speaking component and Listening, Reading, Writing component must be taken within a 14-day period

LanguageCert C1 (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking) with 33/50 in each component C1 (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking) with 33/50 in each component C1 (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking) with 33/50 in each component

TOEFL

Note: MyBest scores will not be accepted. All components on a single test date must meet the required level.

TOEFL/ETS

213 (Computer)


87 (iBT or iBT Special Home Edition) with minimum of 21 in Listening, 21 in Writing, 22 in Reading and 23 in Speaking

250 (Computer)


92 (iBT or iBT Special Home Edition) with minimum of 21 in Listening, 21 in Writing, 22 in Reading and 23 in Speaking

260 (Computer)


100 (iBT or iBT Special Home Edition) with minimum of 21 in Listening, 21 in Writing, 22 in Reading and 23 in Speaking

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic

Including PTE Academic Online

Pearson 60 with no less than 59 in any of the Communicative Skills 69 with no less than 59 in any of the Communicative Skills 75 with no less than 59 in any of the Communicative Skills

Trinity ISE II

Trinity

Merit Merit Merit Merit in four components

Distinction Distinction Merit Merit in four components

Not Acceptable

Trinity ISE III

Trinity

Pass Pass Pass Pass in four components

Pass Pass Pass Pass in four components

Distinction Distinction Merit Merit in four components

Trinity ISE IV

Trinity

Pass Pass Pass Pass in four components

Pass Pass Pass Pass in four components

Pass Pass Pass Pass in four components

University of Warwick International Foundation Programme EAP module

University of Warwick Credit (50%) overall including minimum Pass (40%) in each component High Credit (60%) overall including minimum Credit (50%) in each component Distinction (70%) overall including minimum High Credit (60%) in each component

 

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Centre for Applied Linguistics English Language and Linguistics with Intercalated Year (BA) Q311 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Language, Culture and Communication with Intercalated Year (BA) X3Q8 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with Arabic with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2T6 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with Chinese with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2T1 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with French with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2R1 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with German with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2R2 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with Italian with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2R3 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with Japanese with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2T2 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with Russian with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2R7 Band B
Centre for Applied Linguistics Linguistics with Spanish with Intercalated Year (BA) Q2R4 Band B
Centre for Education Studies Education Studies (BA) X35B Band C
Chemistry Chemistry (BSc) F100 Band A
Chemistry Chemistry (MChem) F105 Band A
Chemistry Chemistry with International Placement (MChem) F109 Band A
Chemistry Chemistry with Industrial Placement (MChem) F110 Band A
Chemistry Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry (BSc) F121 Band A
Chemistry Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry (MChem) F125 Band A
Classics and Ancient History Classics (BA) Q800 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Classics (Ancient Greek) with Study in Europe (BA) Q801 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe (BA) Q802 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Classical Civilisation (BA) Q820 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe (BA) Q821 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Classics and English (BA) QQ36 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (BA) VV14 Band B
Classics and Ancient History Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with Study in Europe (BA) VV18 Band B
Computer Science Computer Science (BSc) G400 Band A
Computer Science Computer Science (MEng) G403 Band A
Computer Science Discrete Mathematics (BSc) G190 Band A
Computer Science Discrete Mathematics (MEng) G4G3 Band A
Computer Science Computer Science with Business Studies (BSc) GN42 Band A
Computer Science Computer Systems Engineering (BEng) G406 Band A
Computer Science Computer Systems Engineering (MEng) G408 Band A
Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures Media and Creative Industries (BA) P301 Band B
Economics Economics (BSc) L100 Band C
Economics Economics and Industrial Organisation (BSc) L112 Band C
Economics Economics, Politics and International Studies (BSc/BA) LLD2 Band C
Philosophy Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) (BA/BSc) L0V0 Band C
Philosophy Economics, Psychology and Philosophy (EPP) (BA/BSc) L1CA Band C
Engineering Engineering (BEng) H100 Band A
Engineering Engineering (MEng) H102 Band A
Engineering Biomedical Systems Engineering (BEng) H161 Band A
Engineering Biomedical Systems Engineering (MEng) H163 Band A
Engineering Civil Engineering (BEng) H200 Band A
Engineering Civil Engineering (MEng) H202 Band A
Engineering Mechanical Engineering (BEng) H300 Band A
Engineering Mechanical Engineering (MEng) H302 Band A
Engineering Automotive Engineering (BEng) H330 Band A
Engineering Automotive Engineering (MEng) H335 Band A
Engineering Electronic Engineering (BEng) H610 Band A
Engineering Electronic Engineering (MEng) H612 Band A
Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering (BEng) H605 Band A
Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering (MEng) H606 Band A
Engineering Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering (MEng) HH37 Band A
Engineering Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering (BEng) HH73 Band A
Engineering Engineering Business Management (BEng) HN12 Band A
Engineering Systems Engineering (MEng) HH31 Band A
Engineering Systems Engineering (BEng) HH35 Band A
English and Comparative Literary Studies English Literature (BA) Q300 Band B
Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures English Literature and Creative Writing (BA) QW38 Band B
English and Comparative Literary Studies English and History (BA) VQ32 Band B
English and Comparative Literary Studies English and Theatre Studies (BA) QW34 Band B
Film and Television Studies Film and Literature (BA) QW26 Band B
Film and Television Studies Film Studies (BA) W620 Band B
Global Sustainable Development Global Sustainable Development (BASc) L8A1 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Economic Studies and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) L1L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Education Studies and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) XL38 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Global Sustainable Development and Business Studies (BASc) L8N1 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Hispanic Studies and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) R4L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development History and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) V1L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Life Sciences and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) C1L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Philosophy and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) V5L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Politics, International Studies and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) L2L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Psychology and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) C8L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Sociology and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) L3L8 Band C
Global Sustainable Development Theatre and Performance Studies and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) W4L8 Band C
History History (BA) V100 Band B
History History and Philosophy (BA) V1V5 Band B
History History and Politics (BA) VL12 Band B
History History and Sociology (BA) VL13 Band B
Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures History of Art with Italian (BA) V3R3 Band B
Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures History of Art (BA) V350 Band B
Law Law with Study Abroad in English (LLB) M108 Band C
Law Law with Humanities (BA) MV21 Band C
Law Law with Social Sciences (BA) ML23 Band C
Law Law (LLB) M100 Band C
Law Law (4 Years) (LLB) M101 Band C
Law Law with French Law (LLB) M10A Band C
Law Law with German Law (LLB) M10C Band C
Law Law and Sociology (BA) ML13 Band C
Liberal Arts Liberal Arts (BA) LA99 Band B
Life Sciences Biological Sciences (BSc) C100 Band A
Life Sciences Biological Sciences (MBio) C1A1 Band A
Life Sciences Biological Sciences with Placement Year (BSc) C101 Band A
Life Sciences Biological Sciences with Industrial Placement (MBio) C1A5 Band A
Life Sciences Biochemistry (MBio) C1A2 Band A
Life Sciences Biochemistry (BSc) C700 Band A
Life Sciences Biochemistry with Placement Year (BSc) C701 Band A
Life Sciences Biochemistry with Industrial Placement (MBio) C1A6 Band A
Life Sciences Biomedical Science (MBio) C1A3 Band A
Life Sciences Biomedical Science (BSc) B900 Band A
Life Sciences Biomedical Science with Placement Year (BSc) CB19 Band A
Life Sciences Biomedical Science with Industrial Placement (MBio) C1A7 Band A
Life Sciences Neuroscience (BSc) B140 Band A
Life Sciences Neuroscience with Placement Year (BSc) B141 Band A
Life Sciences Neuroscience (MBio) B142 Band A
Life Sciences Neuroscience with Industrial Placement (MBio) B143 Band A
Mathematics Mathematics (BSc) G100 Band A
Mathematics Mathematics (MMath) G103 Band A
Philosophy Mathematics and Philosophy (BA/BSc) GV15 Band A
Modern Languages and Cultures English and French (BA) QR31 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures English and German (BA) QR32 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures English and Italian (BA) QR33 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures English and Hispanic Studies (BA) QR34 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French Studies (BA) R120 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French and Economics (BA) R1L1 Band C
Modern Languages and Cultures French and German (BA) RR12 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French and History (BA) RV11 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French and Italian (BA) RR13 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French and Linguistics (BA) R1Q1 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French and Theatre Studies (BA) R1WB Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures French with Film Studies (BA) R1W6 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures German Studies (BA) R220 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures German and Business Studies (BA) RN21 Band C
Modern Languages and Cultures German and Economics (BA) R2L1 Band C
Modern Languages and Cultures German and History (BA) RV21 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures German and Italian (BA) RR23 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures German and Linguistics (BA) R2Q1 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures German and Theatre Studies (BA) RW24 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures German with Film Studies (BA) R2P3 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures History and Italian (BA) VR13 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian Studies (BA) R300 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian and Classics (BA) RQ38 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian and Economics (BA) R3L2 Band C
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian and History of Art (BA) RV33 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian and Linguistics (BA) R3Q1 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian and Theatre Studies (BA) R3WA Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Italian with Film Studies (BA) R3W6 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies (BA) R400 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies and Economics (BA) R4L1 Band C
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies and French (BA) RR41 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies and German (BA) RR42 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies and History (BA) R4V1 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies and Italian (BA) RR43 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies and Theatre Studies (BA) R4W4 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Hispanic Studies with Film Studies (BA) RP43 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Modern Languages (BA) 8R73 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Modern Languages and Economics (BA) R9L1 Band C
Modern Languages and Cultures Modern Languages and Linguistics (BA) R9Q1 Band B
Modern Languages and Cultures Modern Languages with Linguistics (BA) R9Q2 Band B
Philosophy Philosophy and Literature (BA) VQ52 Band B
Philosophy Philosophy, Literature and Classics (BA) VQ58 Band B
Philosophy Philosophy with Psychology (BA) V5C8 Band B
Philosophy Philosophy (BA) V500 Band B
Philosophy Politics, Philosophy and Law (PPL) (BA) V7MW Band C
Physics Physics (BSc) F300 Band A
Physics Physics (MPhys) F303 Band A
Physics Physics with Astrophysics (BSc) F3F5 Band A
Physics Physics with Astrophysics (MPhys) F3FA Band A
Physics Mathematics and Physics (BSc) GF13 Band A
Physics Mathematics and Physics (MMathPhys) FG31 Band A
Physics Physics with Business Studies (BSc) FN31 Band A
Politics Politics (BA) L200 Band C
Politics Politics and International Studies (BA) L260 Band C
Politics Politics and International Studies with Chinese (BA) M168 Band C
Politics Politics, International Studies and French (BA) M163 Band C
Politics Politics, International Studies and German (BA) M164 Band C
Politics Politics, International Studies and Italian (BA) M165 Band C
Politics Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies (BA) M166 Band C
Politics Politics and Sociology (BA) LL23 Band C
Psychology Psychology (BSc) C800 Band B
Psychology Psychology with Education Studies (BSc) C804 Band B
Psychology Psychology with Linguistics (BSc) C802 Band B
Sociology Sociology (BA) L300 Band C
Sociology Sociology and Criminology (BA) L314 Band C
Statistics Mathematics and Statistics (MMathStat) GGC3 Band B
Statistics Mathematics and Statistics (BSc) GG13 Band B
Statistics Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, and Economics (MMORSE) G0L0 Band B
Statistics Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, Economics (MORSE) (BSc) GLN0 Band B
Statistics Data Science (BSc) 7G73 Band B
Statistics Data Science (MSci) G304 Band B
Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures Theatre and Performance Studies (BA) W440 Band B
Warwick Business School Management (BSc) N200 Band C
Warwick Business School Management with Placement Year (BSc) N20Y Band C
Warwick Business School Management (with Foundation Year) (BSc) N20A Band C
Warwick Business School Management (with Foundation Year) with Placement Year (BSc) N20J Band C
Warwick Business School International Management (BSc) N290 Band C
Warwick Business School Accounting and Finance (BSc) NN34 Band C
Warwick Business School Accounting and Finance with Placement Year (BSc) N40Y Band C
Warwick Business School Accounting and Finance (with Foundation Year) with Placement Year (BSc) N4N4 Band C
Warwick Business School Accounting and Finance (with Foundation Year) (BSc) N40J Band C
Warwick Manufacturing Group Cyber Security (BSc) H651 Band B
Warwick Manufacturing Group Digital Healthcare Science (BSc) I511 Band A
Warwick Medical School Integrated Science (MSci) CF10 Band A
Warwick Medical School Health and Medical Sciences (BSc) B990 Band B

If you are an overseas or EU student enrolling in 2022, your annual tuition fees will be as follows:

  • Band 1 – £22,280 per year (classroom-based courses, including Humanities and most Social Science courses)
  • Band 2 – £28,410 per year (laboratory-based courses, plus Theatre and Performance Studies, Economics, and courses provided by Warwick Business School, with exceptions)

Fees for 2023 entry have not been set. We will publish updated information here as soon as it becomes available, so please check back for updates about 2023 fee rates before you apply.

Warwick Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarship 2022

We believe there should be no barrier to talent. That's why we are committed to offering a scholarship that makes it easier for gifted, ambitious international learners to pursue their academic interests at one of the UK's most prestigious universities. This new scheme will offer international fee-paying students 250 tuition fee discounts ranging from full fees to awards of £13,000 to £2,000 for the full duration of your Undergraduate degree course.

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