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Fees and Funding for Taught Masters Degrees

Warwick can confirm that, for EU students starting their studies with us in Autumn 2019, we will be protecting tuition fees from any increases linked to a change in fee status after the UK leaves the EU. This means that those enrolling in 2019 will continue to be charged fees at the same rate as UK students for the duration of their studies.

SLS Excellence Scholarships - five scholarships will be offered to high achieving students.

Don't forget that you can get a Postgraduate Loan for our Masters courses.

Fees 2019/20

Home/EU Course Fees: Full-time Part-time International Course Fees: Full-time
Standard Warwick Home/EU Taught Postgraduate Students £9,010 £4,505 Standard Warwick International Student £25,870

Regional bursaries of 20% reduction in course fees will automatically be offered to students from Latin America and the Caribbean. Students must be nationals of, and domiciled in, Latin America or the Caribbean.

For the most up-to-date information on Postgraduate Funding and Scholarships, visit Graduate School Postgraduate Funding

Scholarships for Home/EU students

Javeria Hashmi received a Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship for MSc Food Security. She says ‘I am ardent about the eradication of hunger and food wastage. The Warwick Taught masters Programme scholarship enabled me to pursue an MSc in Food Security and has empowered me with specialised knowledge of trade and policy along with crop science, food and nutrition. A full-time mother myself, I hope to make a difference.’

Funding available for UK and EU postgraduate students:

  • Government-backed Masters loans of up to £10,280 are available for both UK students (ordinarily resident in England) and EU students. Further information.

  • SLS Excellence Scholarships. Five scholarships will be offered to high achieving students.
  • Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme Awards are available to eligible Home/EU students from under-represented groups who wish to start a postgraduate taught masters course in 2019/20. The deadline for the first round is 1 April 2019. The second round will open for applications on 1 May 2019 and will close on 1 July 2019.
  • Clyde Higgs Scholarships - for 2019/20 up to four scholarships, each worth £6,758, will be offered. Available to UK nationals for the MSc Sustainable Crop Production:Agronomy for the 21st Century and MSc Food Security.
  • NFU Mutual Charitable Trust Centenary Award - pays 75% of course fees and is open to students from the UK who have gained, or are expected to gain, a 2:1 or above in agriculture or a closely related degree, and have been accepted on a masters or PhD course in agriculture in the UK. The closing date for applications relating to courses starting Autumn 2019 is 30 April 2019.
  • FindAMasters Awards - £12,000 in scholarships awarded.
  • Postgrad Solutions now offer 15 bursaries across a number of subject areas.

You are advised to try as many different organisations as possible to try and secure funding as the process is very competitive. Have a back-up plan in case you are not successful.

Career Development Loans - loans available to UK postgraduates through an arrangement between the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) and three high street banks.

Scholarships for International students

There is a wide range of funding available for international postgraduate students.

  • Information on scholarships and funding for students from China, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Colombia etc can be found on our International Scholarship pages.
  • SLS Excellence Scholarships. Five scholarships will be offered to high achieving students.
  • British Council GREAT Britain Scholarship - Thailand. The University has one £15,000 scholarship available for a Thai student for any 2020 full time Masters course. Further details to follow.
  • Commonwealth Shared Scholarship - The University has been awarded five scholarships for 2019 entry across six approved courses including MSc Food Security. All applicants will need to apply directly via the Commissions website (, applicants will also need to apply for admission to the University. Further information and deadlines will be available in due course.
  • Scholarship for Women in STEM - The British Council has launched its 70th Anniversary Scholarship programme for Indian Women to puruse a Masters's programme in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in the UK. The School of Life Sciences will be nominating up to 5 Indian Women for this award who have secured a place on one of our taught Masters courses. In order for us to meet the nomination deadline in early January, interested candidates should apply as soon as possible. This scholarship is now closed for 2019 entry.
  • British Council - Funding your Studies - an excellent website with details of various scholarships including the prestigious Chevening Scholarship. Please note the early deadlines for this scholarship, often the beginning of November. Chevening in Taiwan are particularly interested in applicants in the areas of 'Climate change and sustainable development'.
  • Chevening Scholarships -
    Warwick is generously co-funding 20 Chevening Partner Awards available to students from all Chevening-eligible countries in any subject area.
  • Commonwealth Scholarship - the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom (CSC) is responsible for managing Britain’s contribution to the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP), established in 1959, and supports around 800 awards annually.

Some national governments, for example MARA in Malaysia, sponsor students and you should also try local and national philanthropic organisations. You are advised to try as many different organisations as possible to try and secure funding as the process is very competitive. Have a back-up plan in case you are not successful.

Help and financial support may be available for students with children who are undertaking postgraduate study. See Childcare Provision.