University of Warwick
Please let us know whether you think your university does enough to attract and cater for students from a diverse range of backgrounds?
"There are students from all over the globe so they definitely do enough to attract students from a diverse range of countries."
"Warwick has a very diverse and international student population."
"The university prides itself on being multicultural, which I think attracts the diverse range. I'm not sure if it does do enough to cater to students from poorer backgrounds, however."
"I come from a less well off background and get a student bursary to help with costs."
"Warwick is definitely diverse in terms of nationality. In terms of wealth, not so much. Everyone is very middle class or above."
"Being an international student myself, I think Warwick attracts a lot of attention from students globally as over half of its population consists of international students."
"I think it does, but there's always room for improvement."
"There seems to be good support for international students, and it doesn't seem too elitist, unlike the reputation many Russell Group unis have."
"My course has a massive international composition and, in general, there is a wide array of students from diverse backgrounds on campus."
"Warwick does a lot to cater for and attract students from a diverse range of backgrounds. There is a very comprehensive orientation programme each term, as well as organised support and activities for people from different backgrounds. There is also special funding and grants for students from overseas/less fortunate backgrounds."