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Funding Your Taught Course

Whatever subject you are interested in, you can explore funding options through the Warwick Graduate School pages. Some examples of University-wide schemes include:

Commonwealth Shared Scholarships

Banco de Mexico (FIDERH)

Fulbright-Warwick Scholarship

Warwick Marshall Scholarship

WorldWideStudies (WWS) for Ukrainian citizens

International Office Scholarships

The Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust

Entente Cordiale scholarships

Applications for postgraduate loans are open now. Find out more.

There are 100 scholarships of £5,000 available under the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarships Scheme, for taught masters students starting their course at Warwick this autumn.

For more information on funding and scholarships, come to our PGT Funding and Scholarships webinar on 16th March. Sign up here. 

This 45-minute webinar is specifically tailored to prospective UK/EU students who are currently:

  • Considering Master’s study in 2017 (or potentially further ahead)
  • Wanting to learn more about where to search for funding
  • Looking for key contacts and sources of guidance

It is also worth checking the prospective student pages for your chosen academic department.

PGCE and Teacher Training

The tuition fees and financial support available to PGCE students commencing their studies in 2017 has yet to be confirmed. In previous years, UK students have been eligible to apply for loans from the government to help with tuition fee and living costs. For trainees studying shortage subjects and who have good degree results, non-repayable government training bursaries were available. For the most up-to-date information, visit the Student Funding website.

Social Work

The tuition fees and financial support available to Social Work students commencing their studies in 2017 has yet to be confirmed. In previous years, some UK students have qualified for a bursary to help with tuition fee and living costs. For the most up to date information about Social Work bursary funding in 2017, visit the Student Funding website.

Graduate Entry Medicine

The tuition fees and financial support available to Graduate Entry Medicine students commencing their studies in 2017 has yet to be confirmed. In previous years, English and Welsh students have been able to access support from the government and the NHS to help with tuition fees and living costs. For the most up to date information about Graduate Entry Medicine funding in 2017, visit the Student Funding website.


 

Graduate School

For the most up-to-date information on Postgraduate Funding and Scholarships, visit the Graduate School webpages

Enquiries

Tel: +44 (0)24 7657 5533
Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4170
Email:graduateschool at warwick dot ac dot uk

For information about funding your PGCE, contact the Student Funding Office

See also

Tuition fees
Estimated living costs

Student Finance Office

International Students

The Office for Global Engagement also offers advice and information for international students.

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