- A levels: AAA
Applicants are required to offer a minimum of three A-levels. Please refer to typical entry requirements for each course for full details.
- GCSEs: A/7 in Maths and A/7 in a Humanities/Social Sciences subject
All applicants must possess a minimum level of competence in the English Language and in Mathematics/Science. A pass at Grade C or above, or Grade 4 or above in GCSE English Language and in Mathematics or a Science, or an equivalent qualification, satisfies this University requirement.
- Point: 38 overall
- Students studying IB Mathematics can choose either Analysis and Approaches or Applications and Interpretation. Where a course requires Higher Level Mathematics our course entry requirements will indicate if either path will be accepted or if only Analysis and Approaches will meet the entry requirement.
Applications from candidates with other internationally-recognised qualifications are also welcomed.
English Language Requirement
If English is not your first language, you must meet a minimum overall standard in a recognised test of English.
English language test minimum score:
- IELTS 7.0 including minimum 6.5 in each component
- CPE grade C with no less than Borderline in any element or 190 overall with no less than 180 in any component
- CAE grade A with no less than Borderline in any element or 190 overall with no less than 180 in any component
- PTE 75 with no less than 59 in any component
We do not normally interview candidates so do make sure your UCAS form contains information about your academic and extra-curricular achievements to show us why you are interested in joining us
You should be able to demonstrate how your previous study and experiences have given you a keen interest in the subject to which you have applied. Warwick offers intensive, challenging and stimulating undergraduate degrees and our successful applicants will be those who can convince us that their qualifications, motivation and experience will suit them well for such degree courses
An academic reference is provided by someone who has taught you in a formal academic setting, for example a school or college. The reference will not be permitted if it is from someone you know who is an academic, but has not actually taught you in a formal, academic setting.