Situated in Coventry rather than Warwick, this university is one of the newer institutions in the UK, founded in 1965. Consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the UK, the refreshingly modern campus is a little different to the Victorian buildings of older rival universities.
An ever-changing, ever-evolving place of study, the University of Warwick most recently added medical degrees to its offerings back in 2000, while its research facilities are highly rated. And to blow off steam, a huge Students' Union dominates the campus, with a multi-room nightclub where you can spend Friday and Saturday nights forgetting about your exams.
Considering that Warwick is a top level school for Economics, studying Econs here is expectedly tough. But great support from the staff and friends make a huge difference! Plus I'm quite career oriented, thus having JP Morgan, McKinsey, PwC all targeting Warwick grads means I come out as a competitive hire.