University of Warwick FAQ

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21 English questions out of 21

13 January 2020

What is health insurance like at University of Warwick?

Pros

Calm and friendly work environment, very helpful colleagues and line managers, amazing campus, cutting edge facilities and laboratories, the company and the managers fully support the employees to learn new skills.

Cons

No benefits at all - no health insurance, car allowance, life insurance, share options and other types of benefits. The hiring process is a 'closed-circle'... the candidates have a higher possibility to get hired only if they have studied at the University of Warwick (i.e. have paid a lot of money), or if they have previous professional collaboration with them.

No benefits at all - no health insurance, car allowance, life insurance, share options and other types of benefits.

13 January 2020

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19 October 2018

Does University of Warwick offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Great career service lots of events, presentation, information section from big company Great alumni network Good reputation

Cons

expensive tuition fee, sometime not efficient communication between external lecturers and the management team

Advice to Management

course set up is too academic,

expensive tuition fee,

19 October 2018

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4 October 2018

Does University of Warwick have a pension plan?

Pros

Freedom to pursue own goals Independence Good pay, excellent pension

Cons

Hierarchical, hard to progress higher Lack of social opportunities/events - but that may be academia in general!

Advice to Management

Try to be less hierarchical Work at improving collaboration, team work Working atmosphere could be lighter while still achieving great research

Good pay, excellent pension

4 October 2018

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26 October 2018

Does University of Warwick offer employee discounts?

Pros

Great staff and Decent Salary also good holiday allowance, wonderful facilities and staff discount on in the sport centres on campus.

Cons

I had to work under an annualised contract which at times was exhausting and had a severe impact on my life outside of work and my health.

Advice to Management

My advice to the management team is to be a little more respectful to the people in lower positions at times they can be very disrespectful

Great staff and Decent Salary also good holiday allowance, wonderful facilities and staff discount on in the sport centres on campus.

26 October 2018

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22 October 2020

How are the career development opportunities at University of Warwick?

Pros

Flexible working hours and good career opportunities

Cons

Too political sometimes and not too diverse

Flexible working hours and good career opportunities

22 October 2020

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