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Continuing full-time undergraduate and 2+2 students

  Academic Year 2017/18
 Government Support University Support

2013 entry students 

Tuition Fees= £9,000 (£6,000 for 2+2 students)

Warwick Bursaries of between £500 and £2,500 a year, to help with the costs of studying, are available to students educated in the state sector in England and with family incomes of up to £42,620 a year.

Maintenance Loan= max. £6,043, min. £3,930 (max. £5,620, min. £3,653 for final year students) if living away from home.
Maintenance Grant= £3,482 (incomes under £25,000) tapered to a minimum £50 (incomes of £42,620)
2014 entry students Tuition Fees= £9,000 (£6,000 for 2+2 students) Warwick Bursaries of between £500 and £3,000 a year, to help with the costs of studying, are available to students educated in the state sector in England and with family incomes of up to £42,620 a year.
Maintenance Loan= max. £6,043, min. £3,930 (max. £5,620, min. £3,653 for final year students) if living away from home.
Maintenance Grant= £3,482 (incomes under £25,000) tapered to a minimum £50 (incomes of £42,620)
2015 entry students

Tuition Fees= £9,000 (£6,750 for 2+2 students)

Warwick Bursaries of between £1,000 and £2,000 a year, to help with the costs of studying, are available to students educated in the state sector in England and with family incomes of up to £35,000 a year. Students who have particular financial needs (those with children, care leavers amongst others) may qualify for an additional award of £1,000.
Maintenance Loan= max. £6,043, min. £3,930 (max. £5,620, min. £3,653 for final year students) if living away from home.
Maintenance Grant= £3,387 (incomes under £25,000) tapered to a minimum £50 (incomes of £42,620)
2016 entry students Tuition Fees= £9,000 (£6,750 for 2+2 students) Warwick Bursaries of between £1,000 and £2,000 a year, to help with the costs of studying, are available to students educated in the state sector in England and with family incomes of up to £35,000 a year. Students who have particular financial needs (those with children, a disability, care leavers amongst others) may qualify for an additional award of £1,000.
Maintenance Loan= max. £8,430, min. £3,928 (max. £7,973, min. £3,652 for final year students) if living away from home.

Students who are eligible for benefits -

Maintenance Loan = max. £9,609, min. £3,928 (max. £9,185, min. £3,652 for final year students) if living away from home.

  • The figures in the above table are the maximum amounts available and relate to students from England only. If you live elsewhere, please visit our Students from outside England page.
  • The amount you will receive will depend on your household income and personal circumstances
  • If you are aged under 25, you will most likely be assessed for support using your parents income, unless you fulfil the criteria to be considered an independent student .
  • The tuition fees you will be charged may be different if you are undertaking a period of study abroad. Please visit our Student Finance website for further details.
  • The Student Loans Company will use your household income from the previous tax year to assess your entitlement. If there has been a drop in your household income of 15% or more since the previous tax year, you should notify Student Finance England as you may be entitled to an increased maintenance loan/ grant.
  • The maximum loan amount available to final year students is reduced, to account for the fact that you will not be registered as a student over the summer period. This means that you may receive less loan in your final year as you have done in your previous years of study.
  • If you have dependants, you may be entitled to additional non-repayable help. See the Student Finance England Dependants' Grant Guide for information.
  • Students with disabilities may qualify for help with the additional costs they incur. Please see the Disabled Students' Allowance page for further details.
  • If you are considering withdrawing from your course, either temporarily or permanently, please see our thinking about withdrawing page (PDF Document) for further information about the financial implications.