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WMS Overseas Bursary

You are currently holding an offer to study full time at the University of Warwick commencing in autumn 2018.

We are delighted to be able to offer you, for this year only, a bursary of 20% of the overall value of the course. As an overseas student this is a reduction of £4,932.00 from the total of your degree.

If you decide to take us up on this offer then we ask for an upfront non-refundable deposit equivalent to the amount of the bursary which we will then match leaving you with a balance left to pay of £14,796. You will have paid £19,728 in total for your Masters degree.

Cost of degree for 2018 entry £24,660.00
Bursary offer for 2018 - £4,932.00
New total cost of your degree - £19,728.00
Non-refundable up front deposit to be paid - £4,932.00
New balance to pay on 2018 enrolment - £14,796.00

Overall saving on your degree 20% reduction for 2018 entry only.

In order to take advantage of this bursary you must comply with the following criteria;

• Meet the conditions of your visa
• Pay a non-refundable deposit to the University that is equal to the amount of the bursary as stated above
• Receive an unconditional firm offer from us, have accepted it and paid the deposit in full by 1 July 2018

This offer is NOT open for further deferrals to the 2019/20 academic year. All students wishing to take the bursary must fully enrol by the start of the acedemic year.

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The University of Warwick will process your personal data provided in this online form for the purposes of processing your bursary and contacting you with relevant information in relation to the bursary and the course you have applied for.

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Your personal data will not be shared or disclosed to any third parties external to the University of Warwick.

Your personal data will not be transferred outside of the EEA, will be kept securely by the University of Warwick and will be retained for a period of one month after your chosen course has started.

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