The main source of information on fees and funding for the MSc/Diploma course is on the following page from the Postgraduate Study section of the University site:
The above-linked page also gives some information on living costs and childcare costs.
If you are a current student classified as 'home' for fees purposes, or have been made an offer of a place to study at Warwick for 2019/20 on this basis, we will protect your tuition fees from any increases linked to a change in your fee status after the UK leaves the EU.
We will also do this for EU students starting their studies with us in Autumn 2018. This means that those enrolling in October 2019 will continue to be charged fees at the same rate as UK students for the duration of their studies.
This decision is in line with the University’s existing policy to protect continuing students from any fee increases above the standard fee inflation rate.
Prospective students who have not secured funding from another source can also apply for the Department of Statistics bursary.
Department of Statistics MSc Bursary
A maximum of two Department of Statistics bursaries are available for entry in October 2021. The bursaries will pay fees at the Home rate £9,460 and a maintenance grant of £9,000.
If you wish to apply for the bursary, you must include a letter with your application, headed "Bursary application". The letter should explain in no more than 400 words why you wish to study for the MSc in Statistics, and your future career plans.
The Department will notify all applicants who have been awarded a bursary. If you have not heard from the Department by the end of March you should assume that your application has been unsuccessful.
The Department reserves the right not to award the bursaries.
Other sources of funding available include:
Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme (WTMSS) - applications deadline for 2019/20 entry to be announced
Statistics postgraduate admissions office:
stats dot pg dot support at warwick dot ac dot uk