I had a great time at Warwick for the whole of my degree. Being on a campus is great because everything is close together and you are constantly running into people you know, so you never feel lonely or isolated. This also means that it is very easy and convenient to get involved in clubs and societies as sessions/meetings tend to take place on campus, so you don't have to go out of your way to get there. Being in a sports club or society is a great way to get involved in socials as well; whether that's nights out or more chill evening/day-time activities - there's something for everyone. As a prestigious university, the teaching standards are high and the tutors are really interested in what they are doing, so you get to take part in some really engaging modules and learn a whole plethora of things within your degree discipline. Warwick is also very good at giving careers advice and putting on careers fairs/having employers in to talk to students so I felt well-equipped when applying for internships and jobs. The biggest issue is that after first year most people live in Leamington Spa, or maybe Coventry, so you have to get a bus in every day which can take a while and you may not get on the first bus depending how far along the route you live. However, I didn't find that this substantially detracted from my enjoyment of university life.