Support with the cost of living
We know that with the rising cost of living, you may be feeling concerned about managing your money and covering costs.
You’ll find information on these pages to help manage your finances, and details about who is here to support you.
Concerns around money and finances can be stressful so please contact the Student Funding team if you’re struggling to meet your essential living costs to talk through your options, and the Wellbeing and Student Support team if you need any mental health or emotional support.
Our teams are here to support all students to have the best experience possible while you're at Warwick and make the most out of student life - please reach out if you need support.
Spotlight on - Student Support
We know that the rising cost of living will be challenging for many of you. This hub highlights the ways you can access support.
On 19 October, we announced our initial support package including a 10% increase in Warwick Bursary payments and all PGR students who receive their stipends from the University have been given a stipend increase of up to 10% to match those funded by UKRI. We will continue to develop this with your feedback and will update these dedicated pages.
Some helpful guidance to help manage your money this academic year
If you’re struggling to meet your essential living costs, reach out to the Student Funding team to talk about your options.
Explore part time jobs available so you can earn money whilst studying and get valuable work experience.
Concerns around money and finances can feel stressful. This may impact different parts of your life including your mental health and emotional wellbeing. Please contact the Wellbeing and Student Support team if you need any support in these areas.
Find out about discounted bus passes and services, buying a rail card to save 1/3 on train tickets, and more.
Find out about space and facilities on campus, how to access free menstrual products and check out free and discounted activities and events on campus.
See guidance and advice if you’re living off campus.
Other helpful advice
Read some of our latest student blogger posts for helpful tips on saving money and easing the burden.