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‘it has a quite flexible management and policy that allows its employers and students to take rest if they were sick or in other emergent situations’
‘Not applicable for stipends of this type’
University of warwick has a quite good studying and living environment, therefore students and tutors could enjoy their life as well as concentrating on their academic workings
Doesn't offer any perks or private health insurance. But pension and holidays are much attractive.
You get a lot of free time in which you get screwed over with your pension scheme constantly, even when you protest. Students just lunge in from time to time, because they assume every hour is advice and feedback hours.
No adittional benefits for students
Warwick provides a fairly good number of internal funding schemes (through IAS, ESRC IAA, etc.) and within the department, we have generous funding for conference travel, research-related expenses, and conference organization. However, like other UK universities, it does not provide extended health and dental insurance.
Really good holiday allowance, as well as close down over the Christmas period.
You grow fast within the research team since group members have various backgrounds. You can balance well between the life and work.
One can get a one-term subbatical after 6 terms :-)
Best thing is the very generous pension contribution
As a warwick welcome service ambassador you are given sooooooo much free food, in summer if it is very hot they provide free sun screen, lots of water all year round, and even anaoraks in heavy rain (but they must be returned )
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