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Turing Scheme 2022-23 (Year Abroad)

Turing Scheme funding applications for 2022-23 are now open.

  • Students undertaking semester 1 and full year study and work placements in the following destinations are eligible to apply for Turing Scheme funding outside of Europe, except those in Switzerland, Monaco, Gibraltar or studying at TU Dresden and University of Ljubljana
  • Students undertaking semester 2 only study placements anywhere in the world must apply for Turing Scheme funding.

*Students must have arrived in their host country and started their placement before they can apply.*

Please also scroll to the bottom of the page for information for students who meet widening participation criteria.

Students undertaking a semester 2 work placement in Europe need to apply for an Erasmus+ grant. How to apply for an Erasmus+ grant .Link opens in a new window

Students are only eligible to apply for Turing Scheme OR Erasmus+ funding, not both for the same semester or full year period.

Full Year Abroad and Semester 1 funding

We are able to offer Turing funding support to all students undertaking in person full year study or work placements outside of Europe, as well as those attending TU Dresden or University of Ljubljana.

Important:

  • Turing Scheme funding is only available to students studying/working in their host country. It is not available to students studying/working remotely from their home country.
  • Funds shall be paid as a lump sum based on the duration of placement stated in the Turing Scheme Arrival Form.

How to apply:

1) You must arrange for signing and completion of your Turing Scheme Arrival FormLink opens in a new window by your host university/organisation. You also need to complete your planned module information and it is your responsibility before submitting your Arrival Form to get your Departmental Study Abroad Coordinator or another representative from your home department at Warwick to sign off on these modules before submission of the form. (Physical or electronic signature required, typed name not sufficient).

WBS instructions: upload to eVision Mobility Tool under the Arrival Placement Plan section for departmental signature. Submissions will not be accepted via email.

This completed form must be attached within your Turing Scheme Application Form before you submit in order for your grant request to be processed. This form needs to be signed by your host on a date after you have started your placement.

2) You must sign the Turing Scheme Grant Agreement FormLink opens in a new window. (Physical or electronic signature required, typed name not sufficient). This completed form must be attached within your Turing Scheme Application Form before you submit in order for your grant request to be processed.

3) Complete the online Turing Scheme Application FormLink opens in a new window and attach the above documents. You will also need to attach a copy of proof of your travel booking to evidence that you are travelling/have travelled to your host country.

4) Submit your bank details online:

  • Go to www.warwick.ac.uk/evision and log in using your Warwick username and password
  • Click on ‘My Student Finance’ on the top bar
  • Click on ‘Providing Your Bank Details’
  • Click on ‘Collecting Bank Details for Payments to Students’
  • Go through the process, ensuring you choose ‘UG payments (departmental awards for undergraduate students only, including URSS)’ from the drop down list)
  • When you have entered your details, please remember to select the ‘validate’ button before submitting.
  • Please note you can only submit bank details for UK bank accounts via our online system. We are unable to make payments into overseas bank accounts.

*It is your responsibility to ensure that you enter your bank details correctly, please double check they are accurate before clicking submit*

Semester 2 funding (for students undertaking two placements in one year)

We are able to offer Turing funding support to all students undertaking in person study placements from across the world. This includes study placements in Europe. There is no funding available for students undertaking work placements outside of Europe.

Important:

  • Turing Scheme funding is only available to students studying in their host country. It is not available to students studying remotely from their home country.
  • Funds shall be paid as a lump sum based on the duration of placement stated in the Turing Scheme Arrival Form

How to apply:

1) You must arrange for signing and completion of your Turing Scheme Arrival FormLink opens in a new window by your host university/organisation. You also need to get your Departmental Study Abroad Coordinator or another representative from your home department at Warwick to sign off this form before submission. This completed form must be attached within your Turing Scheme Application Form before you submit in order for your grant request to be processed. This form needs to be signed by your host on a date after you have started your placement.

WBS instructions: upload to eVision Mobility Tool under the Arrival Placement Plan section for departmental signature. Submissions will not be accepted via email.

2) You must sign the Turing Scheme Grant Agreement FormLink opens in a new window. This completed form must be attached within your Turing Scheme Application Form before you submit in order for your grant request to be processed.

3) Complete the online Turing Scheme Application FormLink opens in a new window and attach the above documents.

4) Submit your bank details online:

  • Go to www.warwick.ac.uk/evision and log in using your Warwick username and password
  • Click on ‘My Student Finance’ on the top bar
  • Click on ‘Providing Your Bank Details’
  • Click on ‘Collecting Bank Details for Payments to Students’
  • Go through the process, ensuring you choose ‘UG payments (departmental awards for undergraduate students only, including URSS)’ from the drop down list)
  • When you have entered your details, please remember to select the ‘validate’ button before submitting.
  • Please note you can only submit bank details for UK bank accounts via our online system. We are unable to make payments into overseas bank accounts.

*It is your responsibility to ensure that you enter your bank details correctly, please double check they are accurate before clicking submit*

Additional Funding for students who meet select personal circumstances criteria:

Students who meet one or more of the following criteria, as specified by the Turing Scheme, are eligible to be considered for additional Turing Scheme funding to support with travel costs and an increased grant to support cost of living expenses:

  • Students with an annual household income of £25,000 or less (only available to those who have undergone means testing through Student Finance England, Wales or Scotland)
  • Students receiving Universal Credit or income-related benefits because they are financially supporting themselves or financially supporting themselves and someone who is dependent on them and living with them, such as a child or partner.
  • Care leavers and students who are care-experienced. This refers to anyone who has been or is currently in care or from a looked after background at any stage of their life, no matter how short, including adopted children who were previously looked after or those who access the Care Experienced Bursary in Scotland.
  • Students who have caring responsibilities. Caring responsibilities refers to a child or young person up to the age of 25 who provides (unpaid) care or intends to provide care for another person in, or outside of, the family home for someone who is physically or mentally ill, disabled, or misusing drugs or alcohol.
  • Estranged Students where neither of the students’ parents can be found or it is not reasonably practicable to get in touch with either of them.
  • Refugees and asylum seekers
  • In receipt of Warwick Bursary
  • On the Warwick Scholars programme

If you believe that you are eligible for additional funding because you meet one or more of the above criteria, please indicate this on the Turing Scheme Application FormLink opens in a new window. You shall then be contacted by a member of the programme team separately. Students must be able and prepared to evidence their eligibility for the criteria.

What do I need to do?

Before submitting your Application Form you must arrange for completion and signing of the following forms which you will upload on your application:

1) Turing Scheme Arrival Form (WordLink opens in a new window / PDFLink opens in a new window)

a) Page 1 - to be completed and signed by your host organisation/institution on or after your start date.

b) Page 2 - module information to be completed by student

c) Page 2 - you need to liaise with your Warwick department to get these modules signed off (see WBS specific instructions to the left)

(Physical or electronic signature required, typed name not sufficient)

2) Turing Scheme Grant Agreement Form (WordLink opens in a new window / PDFLink opens in a new window)

(Physical or electronic signature required, typed name not sufficient)

3) Complete your online Turing Scheme Application FormLink opens in a new window where you will upload forms 1) and 2) as well as proof of travel booking.

4) Submit your bank details (see instructions in Full Year Abroad and Split Placement Year Abroad boxes)

Deadlines for Submission:

Application Forms shall be processed after the following deadlines for submission:

Provisional deadlines

Wednesday 19 October (9:00 GMT)

Thursday 1 December 2022 (9:00 GMT)

Wednesday 25 January 2023 (09:00 GMT)

Thursday 30 March 2023 (09:00 GMT)

Tuesday 16 May 2023 (09:00 GMT)

Forms received after the preceding date shall be processed after the next submission deadline.

(For example, if you submit your Turing Scheme Application Form, attaching all relevant complete documents on 20 October your forms will be processed after the next submission deadline on 1 December 2022.)

  • It is anticipated you shall receive funds within 6 weeks of the relevant submission deadline.
  • All payments shall be made in GBP Sterling