Warwick Undergraduate Bursaries form a generous programme of non-repayable support. Awards of up to £3,000pa are intended to help with course-related costs.
Am I eligible?
To qualify for an award, you must fulfil the following criteria:
• Be a Warwick home student enrolled on your first, full-time (inc. 2+2) undergraduate course starting in September 2019 (or October 2019 for 2+2 students)
• Have a family income as assessed by Student Finance England at below £35,001
• Be in receipt of a tuition fee loan* and maintenance loan from Student Finance England
• Not be entitled to any other statutory support in the form of a grant or fee waiver for your course
• For your sixth form education have been educated at a state school or college in England or received a full fee-paying means-tested bursary at an Independent School in England or a partial means-tested bursary which is clearly indicative of an annual family income below £25,001 a year
*With the exception of students granted the WBS Foundation Year Scholarship
What help is available each year?
|Annual family income||Main Warwick Bursary Paid directly to students||Additional Bursary Paid directly to students||Maximum total bursary entitlement|
|Less than or equal to £16,000||£2,000||£1,000||£3,000|
|Greater than £16,000 and less than or equal to £25,000||£1,500||£1,000||£2,500|
|Greater than £25,000 and less than or equal to £35,000||£1,000||£1,000||£2,000|
• Students who are Care Leavers or who are from a Foyer background
• Mature students aged 21 or over at the start of their undergraduate course in 2019-20
• Students in receipt of the Parents' Learning Allowance*, Childcare Grant, Adult Dependents Grant or increased student maintenance loan from the UK Government as part of their student support package
• Students classed as independent students for student support purposes
How do I apply?
Students who attended a state school in England do not need to apply for our Warwick Bursary as this will be awarded automatically. Students who attended an independent school in England should follow the steps outlined in the table below.
|Students who attended a state school in England||Students who attended an Independent School in England|
How will I be paid?
Warwick Bursaries will be paid directly into the same bank account that your student loan and grants are paid into so there is no need to notify us of your bank details. You will receive an instalment each term of about a third of the yearly total. Your confirmation email will let you know the amounts and payment dates. If you are eligible for the additional bursary, this will be paid as a one-off payment in term 2.
Do you have a question about your Warwick Bursary? See our Bursary FAQs.