The University of Warwick offers a range of taught Masters courses which lead to the degrees of MA, MSc, MBA, LLM, or MClinSci, as well as Research Masters programs. Many of Warwick’s Masters programs are interdisciplinary and involve several different departments or faculty.
The University of Warwick was ranked 7th for all UK research universities in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) published by the UK government. According to the latest REF, 87% of Warwick’s research ranks as either “internationally excellent” or “world-leading”. Warwick’s Global Research Priorities program allows researchers to work on finding solutions to key challenges including energy, global governance, food and international development.
In 2014, Warwick provided £28million of scholarship funding to postgraduate students. In 2015, the year of Warwick’s 50th anniversary, the university plans to increase the amount of studentships and bursaries. This includes the allocation of 200 fully funded PhD studentships.