The main source of information on fees payable for postgraduate study is on the following page from the Postgraduate Study section of the University site. (Note that Statistics is a "Band 1" discipline for PhD fees.)
Brexit and fees for EU students
The University has issued the following statement, valid also for Autumn 2020 entry:
The UK government has confirmed that students from the European Union (classed as EU for fee purposes) who begin courses in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years will continue to have access to the same fees and funding options as in previous years, for the full duration of their course of study. This commitment has been made regardless of whether the UK exits from the EU with or without a deal.
Funding your PhD
For a PhD in Statistics there are several "regular" competitive sources of funding for students, many of which pay for academic fees plus a contribution to the living expenses of successful applicants. Here we list the main sources of funding. More details are given further down the page.
Funding sources open to all applicants:
Funding sources open only to residents of the United Kingdom (UK) or European Union (EU):
Funding sources open only to international students:
Funding sources open only to China nationals
Funding sources open only to USA nationals:
For other postgraduate scholarships please click here for more details.
Application procedure for funds allocated by the Department of Statistics: if you wish to be considered for an EPSRC DTA studentship or for the Department of Statistics CDT studentships, please indicate which one(s) by checking the "Studentship" box in the "Finance" section of your PhD application form and then using the text boxes that appear there.
Studentships allocated by the Department of Statistics are allocated on a case-by-case basis, with no formal deadlines for application.
You are advised to allow a minimum of four weeks from completing your application, including all references, to receiving an offer.
For more information on these studentships see below; please address any questions to the Postgraduate Support Officer, stats dot pg dot support at warwick dot ac dot uk.
These studentships are available to UK and EU students for 3.5 years.
These studentships cover academic fees at the Home/EU rate for EU citizens. For UK citizens who are ordinarily resident, a tax-free stipend is provided (in 2019-20 this was £15,009). The UK government has announced that EU nationals will remain eligible for research council studentships starting in the 2020/21 academic year on the same basis as is available at present (04 July 2019).
The Department of Statistics has six PhD students available for students starting during the academic year 2020-21.
The studentships for entry into the Warwick Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematics and Statistics will cover Home/EU or Overseas academic fees as appropriate, plus a maintenance allowance of (£15,009 at 19-20 rates). The student may be expected to carry out some tutorial duties. Funding is available, subject to satisfactory performance, for the 4 years of the CDT programme. Note that the number of studentships available to overseas applicants is limited.
Application procedure: please see above.
About 25 Chancellor's International Scholarships will be awarded to the most outstanding international doctoral applications to Warwick. The scholarships will cover full overseas tuition fees, academic fees plus a maintenance stipend in line with basic RCUK rates (£15,009 at 19-20 rates). Please read the guidelines on applying for the Chancellor's Scholarships before completing your application.
Many international graduate students come to Warwick with sponsorship from their own countries, either with government scholarships or funding through their employers. The University has a number of scholarships for students from specific countries, and also has access to international schemes such as the Fulbright Scholarships for graduate students from the USA. See the Warwick Graduate School for more information. The number of grants made under these schemes is very limited. In practice most non-EU students studying in the UK need to make financial arrangements from their own countries.
stats dot pg dot support at warwick dot ac dot uk