At Warwick we offer funding opportunities to support our postgraduate taught students, both UK and international.
The School of Modern Languages are also delighted to be able to award their own departmental scholarship, you can see the options available below.
WARWICK TAUGHT MASTERS SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME for 2023 entry
For information about the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme (including elegibility), please visit the Scheme dedicated website here.
Warwick University also offers information on further scholarshis and loans.
ALUMNI DISCOUNT SCHEME for 2023 entry
The Alumni Discount Scheme is also available for 2023 entry. All Warwick graduates qualify for a 10% tuition fee discount, please see hereLink opens in a new window).
DEPARTMENTAL MA SCHOLARSHIP FOR 2023 ENTRY
DEADLINE: TUESDAY 30th MAY 2023, AT 12 NOON GMT
- The scholarships are for full-time study only.
- Students domiciled in the UK as well as international students are eligible to apply. However, the scholarships are capped (as above) at home fees level for 2023 entry. If you have questions about your fees status, please follow this link.
- The scholarships cannot be deferred, or transferred to another course outside the School of Modern Languages & Cultures.
- You must be self-funding - see below *
- You must have (or be expected to attain) a First or good 2.i (or international equivalent) for your undergraduate degree. Applications are welcomed from students who consider Master's study as a stepping-stone towards doctoral study, though this is not a prerequisite.
- The School of Modern Languages & Cultures values equality, diversity and inclusion. Applications are welcomed from underrepresented and/or minority groups.If you are returning to study after a break (of more than 2 years) and/or have relevant professional experience, then please clarify this in your personal statement (for the course application) and/or motivational statement.
* Self-funding status: You are considered to be a self-funded student if you are financing your studies with your own savings or if you are receiving financial assistance from family or friends. If you take out a student loan to cover the cost of your studies, you are also considered to be self-funded. You are not self-funded if your fees are being paid by a third party (other than family and friends) or if you are in receipt of a study grant or scholarship external to the University or through another Warwick-based scheme (other than an alumni discount).
How to apply for a Departmental MA scholarship
To apply for this scholarship you will need to have completed the following by the closing date:
- a formal application for admission to one of these courses - click here for further information and to apply
- a 500-word personal statement explaining how the scholarship would facilitate access to PGT studies
- an updated CV, including any relevant professional experience
The personal statement and CV must be sent to both the course director Dr Olga Castro (Olga.Castro@warwick.ac.uk) & the School Office (SMLCOffice@warwick.ac.uk)
The closing date is Tuesday 30th May 2023 at 12 noon GMT.
Other funding opportunities
In addition to the scholarships mentioned above, please check the University of Warwick webpage for scholarships, loans and fundingLink opens in a new window for PG study (choose Postgraduate Taught from the "level" menu).
In the past, eligible students have applied to the Li Xiaoming Scholarship for PG Taught courses. More information hereLink opens in a new window.
For further information about our taught MA courses or to discuss a potential application please contact the MA Translation and Cultures course director, Dr Olga Castro, at olga dot castro at warwick dot ac dot uk