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Fees & funding 2021 entry

Fees & living costs

Current fee information is available on the Finance Office website. Fees can either be paid in full, at the beginning of the academic year, or in instalments throughout the year.

Funding

While most of our Masters students are self-funded, there are several funding opportunities available for 2021/22. As further opportunities come to our attention - particularly during the autumn term - they will be posted here, so check back often. You should also check out the funding opportunity listings hosted by the Graduate School and International Office linked in the table.

Opportunity

Brief description

Eligibility

Deadline

Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme

Up to £10,000 toward tuition fees

Read full details - separate application required

Home/EU students on any MA programme in Sociology entering in 2021 from under represented groups

Read full details

31st May 2021

 

Sociology Departmental Scholarship

£5,000 for full-time applicants and £2,500 over 2 years for part-time applicants
10 awards available: 5 for Home and EU candidates, 5 for Overseas candidates

Read full details - separate application required

Any offer holder on a taught Masters programme in Sociology entering in 2021 17th June 2021
Alumni Scholarship

£2,500 for full-time applicants and £1,250 over 2 years for part-time applicants
Funding will automatically be offset against your tuition fees

No separate application; apply as usual through the University

Any Warwick Alumni applying for 2021 entry to a taught Masters programme in Sociology who have obtained at least a 2:1 Submit your MA application by 31 July 2021
Graduate School Funding List
The Graduate School maintains a listing of opportunities currently available to incoming students, including UK student loans. They also provide advice for what to do if you cannot secure funding.    
Commonwealth Shared Scholarship

These scholarships are intended for students from developing countries who would not otherwise be able to afford to undertake Master’s level study in the UK, to gain skills and knowledge which will allow them to contribute to the development of their home countries. https://cscuk.fcdo.gov.uk/scholarships/commonwealth-shared-scholarships/

MA Gender and International Development Deadline: 9th April 2021 at 1600 hours GMT.