Academic Fees and Financial Support
The University wants to ensure that, wherever possible, financial circumstances do not become a barrier to studying at Warwick. The following information is relevant to students commencing their studies in 2014.
Undergraduate Funding for Home/EU students
- The University of Warwick will charge £9,000 a year for undergraduate degree courses. Students studying for a 2+2 degree will pay £6,000.
- There are no upfront tuition costs. Students studying for their first higher education qualification can apply for a tuition fee loan for each year of their course.
- UK students can apply for living cost loans to help with expenses such as rent, food and books.
- Students from lower income families may receive a non-repayable living cost grant.
- Loans are repaid gradually only 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.
Student Funding Explained
Warwick Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries
The package of University scholarship and bursary support for students commencing their studies in 2014 has been revised following the recent Government announcement of the changes to the National Scholarship Programme.
What help is available each year?
|Family income||Warwick National ScholarshipPaid directly to students|
|Less than £16,001||£3,000|
|Greater than £16,001 and less than £25,001||£2,000|
|Greater than £25,001 and less than £35,001||£1,000|
|Greater than £35,001 and less than £42,620||£500|
Am I eligible?
To qualify for an award, you must fulfil the following criteria:
- Be a home student enrolled on your first, full-time (inc. 2+2) undergraduate course at Warwick which is starting in September 2014
- Have a family income as assessed by Student Finance England at below £42,621
- Be in receipt of a maintenance grant or special support grant
- For your sixth form education have been educated at a state school or college in England or received a full fee paying means-tested bursary at an Independent School in England or a partial means tested bursary which is clearly indicative of an annual family income below £25,001 a year
For further information, please see the Warwick Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries page.
For new international students, a limited number of scholarships is available, and further information can be obtained from the International Office website. International students may also be eligible for financial help from their own governments, 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.