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Fees and funding

Tuition fees are payable for each year of your course at the start of the academic year, or at the start of your course, if later. Fees will normally rise for each year of your course in line with inflation. They do not stay the same as the year in which you started.

University funding opportunities

There are a range of funding opportunities offered by the University. For information and guidance on how to apply for the PhD, please see

There is a single competition for Chancellor's Scholarships (international), and CADRE (Home/ EU) scholarships. Students and applicants who are eligible to apply for any of the awards listed should for Scholarships competition and will automatically be considered for all the competitions for which they are eligible.

Information and guidance on how to apply for a Chancellors International Scholarship: If you decide to apply for a Chancellors International Scholarship then you should read the documents under the heading entitled ‘Essential Reading’ very carefully indeed, as these documents contain some very useful information that will help you to submit a strong application. Please note that the application deadline if applying for one of these scholarships for 2015-16 is 12th January 2015.

(There are also other sources of funding available, more information about which are detailed here: )

Before submitting any application for funding you must have already applied to the University

Related links - applying to study in the School of Theatre, Performance and Cultural Policy Studies

Initially you will need to formally log interest in working with the department through our enquiry form at

This enables us to see whether we have staff that can support your research abnd officially begin a conversation with you in developing ideas, while not obliging you to register with us.

To apply formally for a PhD at Warwick you will need to complete the online application form, a much more detailed form that asks for referees and transcripts, accessible from: