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Established in 2008, we bring 100 of the brightest and most motivated young people from around the globe together to be challenged by expert academics, exchange ideas and absorb the cultures and learning techniques that will make them the global citizens and leaders of tomorrow.

Students work hard, with over 50 hours of contact time with the academics during their stay, but we also provide an exciting social and cultural programme with trips off campus and fun activities to get involved in at the weekend and during the evenings.


What are the benefits to students?

  • Enjoy a range of teaching delivery, including interactive seminars, guest lectures and workshops
  • Learn and apply theory to solve real world problems
  • Experience living on the University of Warwick’s beautiful campus
  • Work to complete team projects and receive a certificate signed by the Vice Chancellor

Why the University of Warwick?

  • Warwick is one of the UK's leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry.
  • Warwick offers a dynamic community where knowledge is being created, rather than described. Our academics are brilliant at their research and they feed that into their teaching, creating a dynamic learning environment.
  • Globally-connected, forward-looking and entrepreneurial, we create new ways of thinking and achieving: making us stand out from the more ‘traditional universities’ and creating an inspiring place to study.
IGGY really pushes you to fulfil your full potential. IGGY student, Pakistan
Being with people from around the world, you realise how hard you need to work to be the best you can be. It’s been really life-changing for me. IGGY student, UK
IGGY is a lot more advanced – we learn PhD things which can be hard to understand but the teachers are really good. IGGY student, Taiwan
The experiences that I gained were invaluable and I hope to pass on some of my excitement to people back home. IGGY student, Malaysia