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Continuing part-time students

  Academic Year 2017-18
Tuition Fees Government Support University Support
Pre-2012 entry students £427.50 per 30 CAT module Means-tested fee grant available for the cost of up to 3x 30 CAT modules N/A
Means-tested course grant available up to £288
2012 - 2016 entry students £1,500 per 30 CAT module Non means-tested tuition fee loan if studying at least 25% of a full-time equivalent course (30 CATS)
Warwick Scholarship- fee waiver of £750 for each 30 CAT module if in receipt of a tuition fee loan and a qualifying benefit:
-Income Support
-Income based Job Seekers’ Allowance
-Income related Employment and Support Allowance
-Housing Benefit
-Council Tax Reduction
-Working Tax Credit
-Pension Credit
-Universal Credit
  • To apply for a tuition fee loan/ grant, you should download an application form from
  • The figures in the above table are the maximum amounts available- the amount you will receive may depend on your household income and/or your personal circumstances.
  • Students studying part-time are ineligible for any support with maintenance expenses. You will be expected to cover these costs through benefits or employment.
  • If you have a disability, you may be entitled to additional non-repayable help with the associated costs. Contact the Disability Services team for further information.
  • If you have previously studied for a qualification at higher education level, this may impact on your eligibility for financial support for your current course. Contact Student Finance England for advice.
  • Please note that we cannot accept retrospective applications for the Warwick Scholarship Fee Waiver for previous academic years.