Academic fees must be paid by or on behalf of all registered students at the University. The fee includes charges for tuition, examination, registration and a contribution towards the cost of student amenities. It does not include fees for accommodation,meals and other personal items.
Academic fees are charged at the start of each year and are subject to inflationary increases for each year of your course as determined by the University. Students whose course incorporates an intercalated year will be required to pay lower fees for the year in which they are away from the University. Please see the Student Finance website for more details.
Students paying fees directly to the University are given the option to pay in instalments. Details are available from the Student Finance website.
Fee Levels for 2017-18: Home/EU Undergraduate 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.
Deferring payment of your fees:
Tuition Fee Loans will be available from the Student Loan Company (SLC) for eligible full-time undergraduate students who pay fees at the Home/EU fee rates. The SLC will pay the relevant fees to the University on behalf of the student each year. The fee loan will need to be repaid once students have completed or left their studies and are earning more than £21,000. To apply, visit www.gov.uk/studentfinance.
Students not wishing to take out a fee loan will pay their fees directly to the University at the start of each academic year.
Fee Levels for 2017-18: Overseas Full-Time Undergraduate 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 (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.
Fees for Overseas students are payable to the University at the start of each academic year or in the set instalments outlined on the Student Finance website. Fees for subsequent years of your course will be increased to compensate for inflation.
All enquiries about classification of students for fee purposes should be addressed to the Admissions Team for undergraduate students.
We hope that the information set out above will answer most of your queries about the financial aspects of coming to study at Warwick. If you have any remaining questions please visit the Student Funding website. Alternatively, do not hesitate to contact the Student Admissions Office, the Student Funding Team, or Advice and Welfare in the Students’ Union.