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Staff Guidance

Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme (WMTSS)

How many awards are there and what is their value?

We expect to make a minimum of 50 scholarships awards for 2023/2024.

The Warwick Taught Masters scholarships are valued at up to £10,000 for each award. The scholarship will be paid
as a contribution towards tuition fees. Where a tuition fee is lower than £10,000, the student will be awarded up to the amount to cover their tuition fee only. Awards are not transferable to stipends

How do applicants apply?

To be considered for the funding an application form will need to be completed by 31st May 2023 23:59 hours (GMT).

There is ONE round of applications for this competition and results will be communicated through e-mail in July 2023.

What is the eligibility criteria?

These scholarships are available to support eligible Home (UK) students from under-represented groups who wish to start a postgraduate taught masters course in 2023/2024. In order to apply they must meet all of the eligibility criteria listed in 'Part 1' and at least one question from 'Part 2', additional points will be awarded to those who can demonstrate they meet any of the additional eligibility criteria in 'Part 3'.

We would recommend that departments advise all potential applicants to read the Guidance Notes for Applicants.Link opens in a new window

How do I nominate a candidate and how many nominations per department?

There are no departmental nominations for these scholarships, applications will be assessed by the Widening Participation and Social Mobility team panel based on the eligibility criteria.