Fees and funding
Tuition fees are updated on an annual basis; the latest fee information can be found on the university Study pages. This page is particularly useful because it also includes information about how to calculate living costs, which will help you create a budget for your time as an MA or MPhil (2 year) student.
Funding is one of the biggest challenges when considering postgraduate study, which is why Warwick is working to increase the number of scholarships every year. The Doctoral College offers advice about finding funding, as well as a list of current scholarship opportunities, on their funding advice pages. This includes important information for Home and EU students about the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme as well as the UK Government Postgraduate Master's Loan scheme (you can also find a helpful loan FAQ at FindAMasters) as well as Personal Development Loans. You may also wish to search the International Office's funding database to see if you are eligible for any opportunities listed there.
Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, the Philosophy Department is unable to offer departmental funding to 2022-23 applicants. At this moment in time, we cannot confirm when this funding will become available again.
If you have any questions about applications or scholarships, please contact the Philosophy office.