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The University of Warwick 4.0 / 743 reviews
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Economics at Warwick is a rigorous course that encourages critical thinking, independent work, and practical applications of various economic techniques. Lecturers are exceptional, and come from a wide range of sub-disciplines: development, financial, game theoretic, micro, macro, etc. Warwick is seeking to compete with the likes of Oxbridge, LSE, UCL, so course content is likely similar.

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I am now in my second year studying mathematics at warwick. At a levels I found I could grasp the content quite easily and was quite good at the subject. However, maths at degree level is very differentired as we are taken back to the very basics. Much of first year included proving theorems and ideas used in a-levels. Though I am studying pure maths I have the option to do modules from other subjects including philosophy, economics, physics and philosophy. Also he maths department at warwick have also allowed pupils to take language and teaching modules.A maths student may have up to 23 hours of lectures and tutor meetings a week.Though my course is very challenging at times, I have thoroughly enjoyed all parts of the course

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My time in the Warwick Philosophy department has been excellent. The breadth and interesting nature of the course has given me a good grounding in many of the core parts of philosophical thinking. The psychology aspect of my course has also been interesting, though perhaps not integrated as well as they could have been. My interest has lied on the intersection of philosophy and psychology and I feel like the module would have suited my aims better had I been offered some modules directly aimed at my specific course (as opposed to just taking modules from philosophy and psychology separately). The quality of teaching has always been good and I have been able to form a close relationship with my dissertation supervisor. Writing the dissertation has been by far the most interesting and fulfilling part of my course and I have received much support throughout my writing of it. Overall, a thoroughly enjoyable and fascinating experience.

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I am currently studying Law, which is a really engaging course at Warwick. In first year you will cover criminal, property, tort, english legal systems and legal theory, which more choice in second third (or fourth) year! All the modules are well taught however you are expected to do a lot of independent reading. With just finishing my first year exams I spent a lot of my time in the library. it is both a demanding but rewarding degree. If you also like politics, economics or business consider Law! Warwick also give lots of abroad opportunities. My course for example allows me to go to an english speaking partner university in Europe, Australia or HK in my third year. On this year I will able to gain cultural and linguistic knowledge, but also grasp an awareness of the legal system of that country.

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Biomedical science at warwick is a very enjoyable course; as the course moves along at a good pace and you get taught by some of the best professors in their field. At Warwick we mostly learn through lectures (which are recorded so you can go back and watch over to fill in anything you missed in your notes) and labs. We also have tutorial about once a week in 1st year where we work on the content that we learn the previous week, we also get set essays over the breaks.

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For many a full mathematics degree can be very draining at a university like Warwick, and so Discrete mathematics can be a less daunting option. Discrete mathematics merges computer science and maths into a more focused degree, while still leaving you many options to personalise your experience, and if you find you would rather do straight maths then there is an option to move after the first year if you pick a certain selection of modules.And the teaching is as good as you would expect from a maths degree at a university like Warwick.

There is also an optional included masters for those wishing to take it to a higher level

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This degree provides great opportunities, being able to take modules from the Mathematics, Economics, Statistics and Warwick business school department. Starting off from year 1 with many mathematics and statistics modules to in the end having an array to choose from to suit your interests.This degree programme is very challenging to say just taking 1 of those subject alone, being spread across four departments in your first year can be difficult but as the years go by it gets easier as your pick up on the terms and ideas quicker.

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Content is great but the issue is the feedback. Feedback generally does not give constructive points that we can use to better our performance in future coursework pieces.

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I enjoy Politics and International Studies because it is not only a useful way to understand contemporary politics, but it is an enjoyable way to increase your awareness of politics on an international level, not just on a domestic level.However, it would be improved by having more tutors and lecturers having a more diverse background, especially because the course title boasts of being global.

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I find Politics and International Studies to be one of the most broad and informative degrees to stufy. This is because not only are all topics studied contemporary and useful, but the course is so international that your understanding of the world increases almost exponentially.However, this degree could be more improved by looking more at countries that aren't just Europe and North America, and surprisingly for such a global course, the overwhelming majority of lecturers and seminar tutors have the same European and North American backgrounds.

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