Fees and Funding
The University offers a generous package of financial support for full-time undergraduates, incorporating the government's National Scholarship Programme, but offering greater financial support. The award benefits eligible students in all years of their undergraduate study.
Warwick Undergraduate National Scholarships and Bursaries form a generous programme of non-repayable financial support to help ensure that a Warwick degree is accessible to all academically talented people regardless of family income.
To be eligible for the support you will be in receipt of a government Tuition Fee Loan and Living Cost Grant for the 2014-15 academic year and have studied at a state school in England for your sixth form education.
I am starting my course in 2014-2015
- Warwick Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries 2014-2015
- Frequently asked questions for full-time and 2+2 students starting their course in 2014-2015
- Financial support for Part-time students starting their course in 2014-2015
If you have any queries, please contact the Student Funding team on +44 (0)24 7615 0096 or email email@example.com
Can I work part-time or have a vacation job?
The University has its own temporary employment agency, Unitemps. Tailored to the needs of University students, this is way to gain some extra bank balance and CV points. They provide excellent pay rates and flexible working hours to fit into the typical demands of the student schedule. Work available varies from one-day secretarial support or kitchen porter jobs, to longer-term projects, such as website development and clerical assistants.