We want to ensure that, wherever possible, financial circumstances do not become a barrier to studying at Warwick.
Undergraduate Funding for Home/EU students
- Our tuition fees for home and EU undergraduate students in 2017-18 are yet to be confirmed and are subject to government policy.
- For EU students starting their studies with us in Autumn 2016, Autumn 2017 and Autumn 2018, we will be protecting tuition fees from any increases linked to a change in fee status after the UK leaves the EU.
- Home and EU students studying for their first higher education qualification can currently apply for a loan to cover the full cost of the tuition fee for each year of their course.
- Home students can apply for a living cost loan to help with expenses such as rent, food and books.
- Loans are repaid once you have a job and are earning more than £21,000 a year.
For more information about government funding, visit the Student Funding website.
Undergraduate Funding for International students
Overseas full-time undergraduate student fee levels for 2017-18 are as follows*:
Band 1 – £17,460 per year (classroom-based courses, including Humanities and most Social Science courses)
Band 2 – £22,260 per year (includes laboratory-based courses, plus Theatre and Performance Studies, Economics, and courses provided by Warwick Business School, with exceptions).
Medicine – Year 1: £20,380 Years 2-4: £35,520
*Undergraduate tuition fees for 2017/18 onwards are subject to government policy changes.
For more information about tuition fees, see the Student Finance website.
Financial support available
The following information illustrates the support available to home students in the 2017-18 academic year only. This will be updated as soon as we receive details of tuition fee and maintenance support for 2018-19.
Tuition fee loans
If you are a home or EU fee paying student you can apply for a tuition fee loan to cover the full cost of your fees under the current government tuition fee loan scheme for academic year 2017-18. This loan is repaid gradually once you are working and earning over £21,000 a year. Repayments are affordable, with a graduate earning £24,000 a year paying around £22 a month. If your income stops or falls below the £21,000 threshold, your repayments will stop until you are back in work again and earning over £21,000.
Extra support from Warwick
We provide extra financial support for qualifying students from lower income families (see table below for 2017–18 figures). The Warwick Bursary is an annual payment to help with the costs of studying and is paid directly into your bank account for each year of your course.
|Family income||Warwick bursary||Additional bursary|
|£0 - £16,000||£2,000||£1,000|
|£16,001 - £25,000||£1,500||£1,000|
|£25,001 - £35,000||£1,000||£1,000|
Find out more about our scholarships and bursaries and additional criteria.
We provide several different undergraduate scholarships. These include sporting and musical bursaries, and scholarships offered by commercial organisations.
For new international students, a limited number of scholarships may be available, and further information can be obtained from the International Office website. You may also be eligible for financial help from your own government, from the British Council or from other funding agencies. Information on scholarships can usually be obtained from the Ministry of Education in the student’s own country, or from the local British Council office.
It is very important that you do not travel to the University or to the UK until you have been formally notified that you will be admitted to Warwick and you are certain that you have sufficient funds to pay for all of your academic fees and all of your living expenses. All offers of a place at the University are made on the understanding that you will be able to meet all these costs in full.