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Tuition Scholarships available for 2024/25 PGT Study

Warwick’s Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) has two scholarships available of up to £5,000 each to deserving applicants to its taught MA in the Culture of the European Renaissance (which includes a term in Venice) for 2024/25. Applications are now being accepted. Full-time applications will be privileged. Funding will be set against tuition fees.

The main criteria for these scholarships are: (1) academic excellence; (2) financial need; (3) diversity; or a combination of any of the above. Please specify in your scholarship application why you believe you should receive this funding.

Course information available here: 

Additional information here:

For further information, contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Dr Aysu Dincer (

In order to apply, you must:

    • have completed a University of Warwick application and received an offer for a place on the MA in the Culture of the European Renaissance, run by Warwick’s Centre for the Study of the Renaissance. Required documents to submit with your application for a place include a statement (up to 700 words) detailing why you would like to pursue this MA, your transcripts, and at least one reference letter. In order to receive an offer (including a conditional offer) in time to get you set up and ready for your first term in Venice (if you choose to go to Venice of course), we recommend applying for a place ASAP, but realistically by 31st May 2024. Give your referee(s) plenty of advance notice as they may have a lot of other work commitments at that time of year.
    • complete the scholarship application form, remembering to attach a current CV
    • arrange for an additional reference letter (by a different referee) to be sent to us directly ( by the deadline. We will already have access to the reference letter submitted as part of your application for a place. As a rule of thumb, the strongest references come from those who know you and your work best, not necessarily from the best-known scholars.
Please note:
  • awards are open to both home and EU or overseas students.
  • awards are not transferable to stipends.
  • if you are in receipt of a full fee waiver (e.g., through the Warwick Taught Master’s Scholarship Scheme), you will not be eligible for the award.
  • normally you will not be eligible if you already hold a Master’s or PhD qualification.
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