Frequently asked questions
The University continues to support all students in achieving their desired learning outcomes. As such, you will be expected to pay your fees. We appreciate this is an exceptional time, but it is important that you continue to pay your tuition fees by the published due date.
Although on-campus teaching has been cancelled for undergraduate students (Term 3), the University continues to support all students in achieving their desired learning outcomes. As such, we will not be refunding tuition fees. Teaching for postgraduate students will continue, but will be done online.
As long as you remain fully enrolled and continue to meet the eligibility criteria your Term 3 Warwick Bursary payment will be paid as scheduled on 23 April 2020.
If you are a postgraduate student in receipt of a stipend, you will continue to receive this, provided:
- you are fully enrolled
- you are temporarily withdrawn however, you are entitled to receive a stipend e.g. you are receiving maternity/paternity/adoption pay
Your monthly stipend will reach your bank account by the 1st of the month. If you have any further questions or concerns please contact the postgraduate scholarships team directly at pgscholarships at warwick dot ac dot uk.
You should apply in accordance with where you will be living at start of your course (for instance at home if you are starting virtually). You must then update Student Finance England later in the year if you move onto campus so that your funding can be reassessed.
Please visit the UK Government’s guidance for prospective students for the latest Student Loans Company advice surrounding issues relating to Covid-19.