- Warwick Scholars Programme
- Women in Engineering Scholarships
- Sanctuary Scholarships
- Music Centre Bursaries and Scholarships
- Sports Bursaries and Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme
- Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust
- The Warwick Foyer and Care Leavers' Bursary
- Work Experience Bursary Scheme
- Royal Television Society Bursaries
- Hampton Lucy Educational Trust
The Warwick Scholars Programme is supported by charitable donations from graduates and friends of the University, and offer financial support and opportunities for personal and professional development.
We are proud to announce five scholarships available to first-year undergraduate female students studying Engineering at Warwick. The Women in Engineering Scholars Programme will be making its third round of awards to first-year undergraduates in 2017-18.
For the 2018-19 academic year, up to four undergraduate scholarships will be available to students who are seeking asylum in the UK and are not entitled to receive statutory student financial support from Student Finance England (Wales or Northern Ireland) or the Student Awards Agency for Scotland.
The Music Centre offers two types of financial assistance to talented students at the University. There is no music degree at Warwick, hence these awards are open to all students from all disciplines.
The Department of Physical Education and Sport makes financial assistance available to gifted sportspeople, on an annual basis, via its Sports Bursary Scheme.
Bursary holders are already competing at a national standard or, by their presence in national or regional training squads, show the potential to achieve this standard.
Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme
The Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme is a partnership between National Governing Bodies of sport and Educational Institutions, designed especially to cater for the needs of athletes within the education system during higher and further education.
The Leverhulme Charities Trade Trust offers a limited number of bursaries to support undergraduate students in financial hardship. The maximum value of a bursary is £3,000 a year and can be awarded to a student studying, or intending to study, on a full-time first degree course.
A £1,000 p.a. Warwick Foyer Bursary will be paid to Foyer residents, Care Leavers and students who have been in continuous full-time education and were in receipt of Income Support and Housing Benefit under the age of 19.
This fund supports students undertaking unpaid work experience financially and to help you maximise your career prospects as a result. Awards are made at £20 per day for up to 10 days per year.
The RTS offers two bursary schemes each year to undergraduates from lower income backgrounds intending to pursue a career in television. As well as offering a helping hand to those wanting to study television production, they are also keen to encourage undergraduates studying computing or engineering who might consider a career in the technical side of the television industry.
- More about Royal Television Society bursaries (external link)
Grants are available to help students who are aged under 25 and who are permanently resident in the parishes of Hampton Lucy, Charlecote, Wasperton and Alveston in Warwickshire.
- More information about the Hampton Lucy Educational Trust (external link)
Scholarship and bursary opportunities listed on this page are restricted to those:
- administered by the University
- offered by registered charitable organisations
- offered specifically to Warwick students via arrangements wit the University's Development and Alumni Relations Office
- offered directly in partnership with other University Departments.
For information about other opportunities please see the useful links below.
www.studentmoney.org- Information on scholarships, bursaries and awards from a variety of organisations.