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Student Funding 2014/15

The Government has recently published its proposals for the Student Support package for both continuing and new entrant students in 2014/15. More specific details are expected to be announced in due course and will be published on our website as soon as we receive them.

Tuition Fee Charges and Loans

The maximum tuition fee charges in 2014/15 will remain at current levels.

  • Students who began their course in 2012 onwards (including students commencing their course in 2014) will be charged £9,000. Tuition fees for 2+2 courses will remain at £6,000.
  • Students who commenced their studies between 2006 and 2011 will be charged £3,465. Tuition fees for 2+2 courses will remain at £1,380.

Eligible students will be able to access a tuition fee loan for the maximum amount of their tuition fees. This support is non means-tested.

 

Maintenance Support

There has been a 1% increase to the levels of maintenance support for continuing and new entrant students in 2014.


For students who commenced their studies in 2012 onwards (including new entrants in 2014):

  • The maximum maintenance loan will be £5,555. This amount will be partially subject to means-testing.
  • The maximum non-repayable maintenance grant will be £3,387. This amount is wholly dependent on household income

For students who commenced their studies between 2006 and 2011:

  • The maximum maintenance loan will be £5,000. This amount will be partially subject to means-testing.
  • The maximum non-repayable maintenance grant will be £3,110. This amount is wholly dependent on household income

 Warwick Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries

The arrangements for scholarships and bursaries for the 2014/15 academic year are expected to be confirmed in the near future. Please visit www.warwick.ac.uk/warwickusb for the most up to date information.