If you’re struggling to meet your essential living costs, please contact the Student Funding team to talk about your options.
There are a number of options that may be available to you including government, bursary and/or hardship support.
Warwick also has a number of bursaries and scholarships that you may be eligible to apply for.
If you are finding yourself in short-term financial difficulty and struggling to meet essential living costs, you may be eligible to receive Hardship Funding from the University. This can be in the form of an Emergency Loan and/or a non-repayable award. Find out more.
There is support available for other individual circumstances and specific courses
Students with a disability may be eligible to receive Disabled Students' AllowanceLink opens in a new window.
Please contact Disability Services for further information and support.
Students with children or dependant status
Full-time students may be able to apply for additional non-repayable financial support from the UK Government, including: Childcare GrantLink opens in a new window, Parents' Learning AllowanceLink opens in a new window, Adult Dependants' GrantLink opens in a new window.
Medical (MBChB) students
Home medical students in years 2-4 of their course may be eligible to receive an NHS BursaryLink opens in a new window as well as a grant to cover some travel expensesLink opens in a new window.
Graduate Entry Medicine students starting in 2023 can find out more about their funding options here.
Initial Teacher Training (PGCE) students
Home PGCE students on some secondary courses may be eligible for a UK Government bursary.
Students studying abroad
Find out more about some of the funding opportunities you may be eligible for if you are studying abroad.
Postgraduate Research students
View information about forms of financial support that are available for both home and international PGR students.
Please contact the doctoralcollege at warwick dot ac dot uk for further information and support.
EU and International students
View information about forms of financial supportLink opens in a new window that may be available for EU and/or International students.