University of Warwick was established in 1965 and currently has more than 18,000 students enrolled from 120 countries and, despite its relatively young age, is one of the 24 elite Russell Group research universities.
The University is made up of the Faculty of Arts, Medicine, Science and Social Sciences, and was recently ranked in the top 10 of the world’s youngest universities, and as the leading university of its kind in the UK. Graduates at Warwick are the third most often targeted by the UK’s top graduate employers and, in 2013, 92% of students with first degrees were in work or further study within six months of graduating.
WMG – formerly known as Warwick Manufacturing Group - was founded in 1980 at the University Of Warwick in order to revive UK manufacturing through the use of revolutionary research and effective knowledge transfer. WMG provides a range of education and research opportunities through its partnerships in areas such as hybrid automotive technology, robotics, visualisation, product perception, e-security, materials, product life-cycle management and business process design.
WMG has excellent workshops including their unmatched Engineering Hall and high-tech International Digital Lab which has some of the most sophisticated digital research and education programmes in the world. Almost 90% of all Warwick Masters students go straight into employment.
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