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Fees and Scholarships for 2017 entry

Tuition Fees and Student Funding
Please refer to our central University web pages at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/studentfunding for all the latest information on fees and funding for all Warwick applicants.


Warwick is privileged to attract high fliers and to recognize and promote achievement, talent, ideas, hard work and diversity.​

We are proud to offer:

  • Women in Engineering Scholars Programme: encouraging diversity in Engineering

Five scholarships are open to all first year undergraduate female students who register to study Engineering at Warwick. The Women in Engineering Scholars Programme will be making its third round of awards to first year undergraduates in 2017-18. Find out more…

  • Multicultural Scholars Programme

Scholarships for UK resident undergraduate students whose families have their origins in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Africa and the Caribbean. Find out more...

  • Merit Scholarships for firm choice Engineering offer holders

Up to twenty merit scholarships of £1000 for undergraduate students joining us in 2017. The scholarships are open to all applicants who have made the School of Engineering their first (firm) choice. Find out more...

  • Warwick Engineering International Scholarships 

Up to ten scholarships of £4000 for international students joining us in 2017. The scholarships are open to all overseas applicants who have made the School of Engineering their first (firm) choice. Find out more...



Other financial help

These scholarships are in addition to the other financial support offered to all Warwick students, refer to Undergraduate student funding.

There are also scholarships available from the various Institutes of Engineering for prospective students.

Free books and equipment

All first year engineering students will receive:

• Textbooks for all the core modules

• A calculator suitable for use in examinations

• A laboratory coat and safety shoes


Our Goal

Our goal is to continue to attract the best engineering students and to do all we can to equip them for a successful career.

We are always proud to see the quality of our students recognised by others and were delighted in 2012 when our 2nd year engineering student, Torgyn Shaikhina, won a national award for the best ‘IT and Computer Science Undergraduate’ sponsored by BT. We are delighted that Torgyn has now graduated and is studying for a PhD with us.

Torgyn Saikhina collects her award