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Banco de Mexico FIDERH

Open to International only.

The Fund for the Development of Human Resources (FIDERH) is a federal trust, administered by the Bank of Mexico, whose objective is to finance postgraduate studies for Mexican students. We are also part of the CONACYT System of Public Research Centres.

Eligibility Criteria: Mexican nationals

Warwick Agreement: 20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the Banco de México - FIDERH (Fund for Human Resources Development) Scholarship-Loan.

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Value of Awards:

Scholarship value of:

  • 50% reduction in tuition for full-time master's studies in the areas of business, finance, management, technology, innovation, engineering and health in the departments of WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group) and WBS (Warwick Business School)
  • 20% tuition fee reduction for beneficiaries on any other full-time Master's or full-time PhD

1. 50% of the tuition fees to all FIDERH beneficiaries studying on full-time Master's courses within WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group):

  • MSc Cyber Security Engineering
  • MSc Cyber Security and Management
  • MSc e-Business Management
  • MSc Engineering Business Management
  • MSc Healthcare Operational Management
  • MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • MSc Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
  • MSc International Trade, Strategy and Operations
  • MSc Management for Business Excellence
  • MSc Programme and Project Management
  • MSc Service Management and Design
  • MSc Smart, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
  • MSc Sustainable Automotive Engineering
  • MSc Supply Chain and Logistics Management

2. 50% of the tuition fees to all FIDERH beneficiaries studying on full-time Masters courses (including full time MBA) within WBS (Warwick Business School):

  • MSc Business with Consulting
  • MSc Business with Marketing
  • MSc Business with Operations Management
  • MSc International Business
  • MSc Business Analytics
  • MSc Management
  • MSc Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation
  • MSc Marketing and Strategy
  • MSc Finance
  • MSc Accounting and Finance
  • MSc Finance and Economics
  • MSc Financial Mathematics
  • MSc Business and Finance
  • MBA

3. 20% of the tuition fees for FIDERH beneficiaries studying on any other full-time Master's course across the University.

4. 20% of the tuition fees for FIDERH beneficiaries studying on any full-time PhD at the University.

Please visit the FIDERH website for more information about applying and deadlines.

Applicants will be required to apply for their degree programme through the normal University of Warwick application process.



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Bolashaq

Open to International students only.

The Bolashaq International Scholarship programme is the flagship scholarship programme of the government of Kazakhstan and is managed by the ‘Centre for International Programmes’. This merit based scholarship programme is designed to train future leaders in a number of the country’s priority areas.

Warwick has a long-standing partnership with Bolashaq and over the years Warwick has received over 400 scholars from this scholarship scheme.

Eligibility Criteria:

Kazakhstani nationals

This scholarship is open to all subject areas.

Fee Status:

Overseas

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Value of Awards:

These scholarships cover tuition fees and living costs.

You can find out more about application requirements on the Bolashaq website, including information about how to apply.



British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM 2022

Open to International students only.

This year, in partnership with the British Council the University of Warwick is proud to announce five fully funded scholarships for female students from Brazil and Mexico interested in pursuing master’s studies in a range of subject areas.

Eligibility Criteria:

You must only apply to this scholarship if you have applied to the University and received your Warwick Applicant ID Number.

The following guidelines will be considered for the selection of scholars.

Scholars must:

  • Be a woman (including those who identify as a woman).
  • Be a passport holder and permanent resident of one of the eligible countries: Brazil and Mexico
  • Have submitted an application to study one of the following postgraduate programmes at the University of Warwick:
    • MSc Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate
    • MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century
    • MSc Food Security
    • MSc Medical Biotechnology and Business Management
    • MSc Biotechnology, Bioprocessing and Business Management
    • MSc Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
    • MSc Sustainable Automotive Electrification
    • MSc Healthcare Operational Management
    • MASc Global Sustainable Development
    • MSc Humanitarian Engineering
    • MSc Biomedical Engineering
    • MSc Electrical Power Engineering
  • Have completed all components of an undergraduate degree to enable you to gain entry onto one of the postgraduate programmes listed above by the time you submit your application.
  • Have meet the English language requirement of the master's programme you have applied for by the 25th April 2022.
  • Have not previously studied at degree level or higher in the UK or lived recently in the UK.
  • Demonstrate a case for financial support.
  • Return to your country of citizenship for a minimum of two years after your scholarship award has ended.

Fee Status:

Overseas

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Value of Awards:

The value of this scholarship includes full tuition fees, monthly stipend, a return economy class ticket and other study-related costs such as IELTS exam fee, visa application and NHS surcharge.

Other Criteria:
You are also required to show in your application form that:

    • You are active in the field with work experience or with a proven interest in the programme area you are applying for
    • You are willing to demonstrate future contribution to capacity-building and socio-economic advancement through the benefits achieved after graduating from UK higher education and returning to your home country
    • You can demonstrate a plan and passion to engage other women and girls in STEM from your home country
    • You agree that your personal data being shared with the British Council as a condition of applying for the bursary
    • If you are awarded a scholarship, you agree to maintain contact with the British Council and act as an ambassador for the UK and engage with activities as part of a British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM alumnus during and after your study in the UK. Any involvement in these activities during your study in the UK will take up no more than five hours per term

    You are not eligible for a British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM if you:

    • Hold dual British citizenship
    • Are an employee, a former employee, or relative of an employee of Her Majesty’s Government (including British Embassies/High Commissions; the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Department for International Trade; the Ministry of Defence; and the Home Office)
    • Are an employee, a former employee, or relative of an employee of the British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM
    • Are currently in receipt of financial support or funding towards your study programme in the UK from any other source
    • Have previously studied in the UK with funding from a UK Government-funded scholarship or a UK institutional scholarship/financial bursary

    Applications are now open.

    Applications for the British Council Women in STEM Scholarships 2022 must be submitted online.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications have now CLOSED.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact scholars@warwick.ac.uk

    The University will consider application fee waiver requests from candidates applying for the British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM. Please complete the appropriate web request form when submitting your application.



    Chevening Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    Chevening Scholarships are the UK Government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and partner organisations, such as the University of Warwick. The scholarships support individuals with demonstrable potential to become future leaders, decision makers and opinion formers to study eligible one year taught master's degrees at UK institutions. In 2021/22 we welcomed 42 Chevening scholars to Warwick. In 2020/21 Warwick welcomed 34 Chevening scholars and in 2019/20 49 scholars. Chevening and the University of Warwick have a long history of collaboration.

    'By partnering with Chevening, the University of Warwick is able to attract outstanding students who might not otherwise be able to come to the university, contributing to capacity-building and the education of future leaders in the countries we have committed to work with!' - Professor Chris Ennew OBE, Provost

    For the 2022/23 academic year, Warwick is generously co-funding 17 Chevening Partner Awards.

    Additional standard Chevening awards are also available.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    These Chevening Awards are available for all eligible candidates in any subject area and two of these awards are specifically available to students applying for any of the following master’s programmes taught in the University of Warwick’s WMG department:

    To be eligible for a Chevening scholarship applicants must:

    • Be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country or territory.
    • Return to your country of citizenship for a minimum of two years after the award has ended.
    • Have completed all components of an undergraduate degree that will enable entry onto a postgraduate programme at a UK university by the time they submit their application.
    • Have at least two years (equivalent to 2,800 hours) of work experience.
    • Apply for three different eligible UK university courses and have received an unconditional offer from one of these choices by 14th July 2022
    • The University of Warwick welcomes applications from candidates from all Chevening-eligible countries in any subject.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

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    Number of Awards:

    17 Chevening Partner Awards.

    Additional standard Chevening awards are also available in all subject areas.

    The University of Warwick welcomes applications from candidates from all Chevening-eligible countries in any subject.

    All applicants who wish to be considered for a partner award at Warwick are encouraged to select Warwick as their first preference in their Chevening application.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications are open until 2nd November 2021.

    Next Steps:

    The process of selecting Chevening Scholars takes a minimum of eight months from the application deadline to when applicants are conditionally selected for an award. You can find an overview of the application and selection process on the Chevening website.

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship please contact scholars at warwick dot ac dot uk or Chevening.



    CIM Master's Bursaries

    Open to International and UK students.

    A number of Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM) Masters Bursaries are available for October 2022 entry.

    Fee Status:

    Both Home and Overseas candidates are eligible to apply.

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    Value of Awards:

    Each bursary will provide a £8,000 contribution towards tuition fees, and both Home and Overseas candidates are eligible to apply.

    • MA in Digital Media and Culture
    • MSc in Big Data and Digital Futures
    • MASc in Data Visualisation

    Number of Awards:

    Please see the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies website for details.

    To apply, please complete the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM) Masters Bursaries application form.

    Application Deadline:

    31 August 2022



    Clyde Higgs Scholarships

    Open to UK students only.

    Thanks to the considerable generosity of the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust, up to four Clyde Higgs Scholarships, each worth £7,647, are available to British nationals for the School of Life Sciences postgraduate courses MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century, and MSc Food Security studying in academic year 2022/23. The scholarship is awarded as a reduction in course fees.

    The scholarships are to support students interested in pursuing a career in the agri-food sector. The principle aim of the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust is to provide support and encourage new blood in farming through education and other means and finance projects to help agriculture succeed and ultimately thrive in a challenging environment. The School of Life Sciences has relationships with a number of companies and agricultural organisations that participate in lectures and seminar programmes, and which may offer placements for our MSc students.

    Students in special circumstances may be eligible for scholarships worth £9,930 (100% of course fees).

    Eligibility Criteria:

    To apply for a Clyde Higgs Scholarship you must:

    • Be a UK national
    • Hold an offer to study our MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century or MSc Food Security in the academic year 2022/2023
    • Successful applicants will be required to meet the Trustees from time to time and give a short presentation on their research project or placement in the summer term

    Fee Status:

    Home

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    Number of Awards:

    There are four awards available.

    Value of Awards:

    The value of the award is: £7,647. The scholarship is awarded as a reduction in course fees.

    Students in special circumstances may be eligible for scholarships worth £9,930 (100% of course fees).

    You will need to provide contact details, upload a brief CV and write statements to explain:

    • Why you have chosen to study your particular course (maximum 300 words)
    • How the receipt of this award would make a difference to you (maximum 300 words)
    • What your aspirations are in terms of your future career and how this relates to the future success of the farming/food production sector (maximum 300 words).
    • Please apply online via the School of Life Sciences website.

    Next Steps:

    Applicants will be short-listed and those on the short-list will be asked to take part in a telephone or video call interview. Applicants will be informed in writing of the outcome, whether successful or unsuccessful, once a decision has been made.

    Contact Details:

    Please contact msc dot lifesciences at warwick dot ac dot uk if you would like to arrange to discuss the scholarship informally with Professor Rosemary Collier.



    Colfuturo

    Open to International students only.

    COLFUTURO is a Colombian non-profit foundation that was established in 1991 with the support of the National Government and some of the most important companies of the private sector in the country at that time. Its main objective is to provide financial support and increase the possibilities of Colombian citizens to access high-quality postgraduate study programs abroad.

    Warwick Agreement:

    20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the Colfuturo Scholarship Programme.

    Subject Areas:

    Various subject areas including:

    • Business
    • Life Sciences
    • Health
    • Social Sciences
    • Politics and International Relations
    • Law
    • Economics
    • Education
    • Engineering

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards Available:

    Over 1000

    Value of Awards:

    Colfuturo offers up to $50,000 of funding. Warwick has a longstanding partnership with Colfuturo and we offer a 20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees to successful awardees of the Colfuturo Scholarship-Loan Programme.

    Scholarship Details: 

    Following the signature of an agreement with Colfuturo, the University of Warwick awards the following tuition fee reductions to successful awardees of the Colfuturo programme:

    1. 50% of the tuition fees to all COLFUTURO beneficiaries studying on full-time Master's courses within WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group):

    2. 50% of the tuition fees to all COLFUTURO beneficiaries studying on full-time Master's courses (including full time MBA) within WBS (Warwick Business School):

    3. 20% of the tuition fees for COLFUTURO beneficiaries studying on any other full-time Master's course across the University.

    4. 20% of the tuition fees for COLFUTURO beneficiaries studying on any full-time PhD at the University .

    Please visit the Colfuturo website for more information about the application process.

    Application Deadline:

    February 28th 2022

    Next Steps:

    Results: May 12

    If you participate in the 2022 call, you will receive an email on May 12 with the instructions and you will have until June 20, 2022 to accept the scholarship credit.

    Applicants will be required to apply for their degree programme through the normal University of Warwick application process.



    Commonwealth Scholarships

    Open to International students only.

    The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission is responsible for managing the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan. A range of scholarships are available to study in the UK, at either undergraduate, Master's or PhD study.

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    Different scholarships available for Citizens of High Income, and Least Developed Countries and Fragile States.

    Value of Awards:

    Full payment of academic fees and a maintenance stipend, return airfare to the UK, additional support for other expenses.

    You can find out more about the scholarships available and how to apply via the Commonwealth Scholarships website.



    Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme

    Open to International students only.

    Commonwealth Shared Scholarships are offered in partnership with select UK universities. Funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Commonwealth Shared Scholarships enable talented and motivated individuals to gain the knowledge and skills required for sustainable development, and are aimed at those who could not otherwise afford to study in the UK.

    These scholarships are intended for students from developing countries who would not otherwise be able to afford to undertake Master’s level study in the UK, to gain skills and knowledge which will allow them to contribute to the development of their home countries.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:

    • Be a citizen of or have been granted refugee status by an eligible Commonwealth country, or be a British Protected Person
    • Be permanently resident in an eligible Commonwealth country
    • Be available to start your academic studies in the UK by the start of the UK academic year in September 2022
    • By September 2022, hold a first degree of at least upper second-class (2:i) honours standard, or a lower second-class degree (2:ii) and a relevant postgraduate qualification (usually a Master’s degree)
    • Not have studied or worked for one (academic) year or more in a high-income country
    • Be unable to afford to study at a UK university without this scholarship
    • Have provided all supporting documentation in the required format

    For a list of eligible Commonwealth countries, please see Commonwealth Shared Scholarships website.

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    There will be 9 awards offered between the University of Warwick and Commonwealth Scholarship Commission for entry in 2022/2023.

    The Taught Masters courses offered for the academic year 2022/2023 by the University of Warwick in partnership with the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission are the following 8 courses only. Please note that each course has its own entry requirements that must be met in order to successfully apply for a place.

    1. MSc Analytical Science and Instrumentation, Department of Chemistry
    2. MASc Global Sustainable Development, School of Cross Faculty Studies

    3. MSc Big Data and Digital Futures, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies

    4. MA Gender and International Development, Department of Sociology

    5. LLM International Development Law and Human Rights, School of Law

    6. MA International Development, Politics and International Studies

    7. MSc Humanitarian Engineering, School of Engineering

    8. MA Applied Theatre: Arts, Action, Change, School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures

    Each scholarship will cover full tuition fees, offer a generous stipend, provide airfare to the UK and return home and an allowance for warm clothing.

    To apply for a Commonwealth Shared Scholarship at the University of Warwick applicants must complete both of the following:

    Application Deadline:

    Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for the academic year 2022/2023 are now closed.

    Next Steps:

    Successful and reserve candidates selected by Warwick will be contacted in Spring 2022. Final notification by the CSC should be expected around the beginning of July.

    We are unable to inform unsuccessful applicants. If you do not hear from Warwick Doctoral College by the end of May, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

    Find more details can be found on the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships website.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any further queries please contact the doctoralcollege at warwick dot ac dot uk or the CSC.



    CONACyT

    Open to International students only.

    The University of Warwick has a longstanding partnership with CONACYT. A 30% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the CONACyT programme. The National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT) is the institution responsible for establishing public policies in the humanities, science, technology and innovation in Mexico.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the CONACYT website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Available to Mexican Nationals.

    All subject areas at the University of Warwick are eligible for this programme.

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    Following the signature of an agreement with CONACyT the University of Warwick awards scholarships of a 30% reduction on tuition fees to successful awardees of the CONACyT programme.

    For more information about how to apply please see the CONACYT website.

    Applicants will be required to apply for their degree programme through the normal University of Warwick application process.

    Application Deadline:

    There are a number of calls for applications throughout the year and students should refer to the CONACYT website for more information about deadlines.



    CONAPE (Comisión Nacional de Préstamos para Educación)

    Open to International students only.

    This is not a scholarship, but a student loan. Full details of the loan programme can be found through the CONAPE website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Costa Rican nationals.

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Full details of the loan programme can be found through the CONAPE website. 

    Apply for the CONAPE loan by following this link to the CONAPE website.



    Concytec (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica)

    Open to International students only.

    Please visit the CONCYTEC website for further information.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Peruvian nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

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    Please visit the CONCYTEC website for further information.

    Please visit the CONCYTEC website for information on how to apply.



    CONICYT/ANID/BECAS Chile

    Open to International students only.

    The University of Warwick has a longstanding partnership with Becas Chile.

    A 20% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the CONICYT/ANID - Becas Chile programme.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Chilean nationals.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the CONICYT or ANID websites.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    A 20% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the CONICYT/ANID - Becas Chile programme.

    Application Deadline:

    Applicants should refer to the CONICYT or ANID websites for more information about deadlines.

    Contact Details:

    Please refer to the CONICYT website if you have any queries.



    DAAD

    Open to International students only.

    There are currently no scholarships opportunities available for 2022 entry. Please check back later in the year for updates relating to 2023 entry.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    There are currently no scholarships opportunities available for 2022 entry. Please check back later in the year for updates relating to 2023 entry.

    There are currently no scholarships opportunities available for 2022 entry. Please check back later in the year for updates relating to 2023 entry.



    Department of Statistics MSc Bursary

    Open to International and UK.

    A maximum of two Department of Statistics bursaries are available for entry in October 2022. The bursaries will pay fees at the Home rate £10,430 and a maintenance grant of £9,000.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Students on the MSc in Statistics
    • Both Overseas and Home students are welcome to apply, but the bursary only covers Home fees

    The Department reserves the right not to award the bursaries.

    Subject Area:

    Statistics

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    2

    Value of Awards:

    £10,430 towards tuition fees, plus £9000 maintenance grant.

    If you wish to apply for the bursary, you must include a letter with your application, headed "Bursary application". The letter should explain in no more than 400 words why you wish to study for the MSc in Statistics, and your future career plans.

    More information is available on the Department of Statistics website.

    Application Deadline:

    There is no deadline; applicants are assessed on a rolling basis until the awards are allocated.

    Next Steps:

    The Department will notify all applicants who have been awarded a bursary. If you have not heard from the Department by the end of March you should assume that your application has been unsuccessful.

    Contact Details:

    Statistics Postgraduate Admissions Office stats dot pg dot support at warwick dot ac dot uk



    The Dover Fund

    Open to UK and International students.

    The Dover Fund, set up in honour of Sir Kenneth Dover, is administered by the Hellenic Society. Its purposes are: to further the study of the history of the Greek language in any period from the Bronze Age to the 15th century AD, and to further the edition and exegesis of Greek texts, including papyri and inscriptions, from any period within those same limits. Grants from this Fund will be made for such purposes as visits to libraries, museums and sites. For instance, support may be offered to graduate students or young scholars outside the London area to enable them to take advantage of the excellent facilities of the Joint Library of the Hellenic and Roman Societies and the Institute of Classical Studies Library. The purpose of such support is to assist with travel, accommodation and subsistence costs, normally for up to a week.

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    The sums awarded will vary according to the needs of the applicant, but most grants will be in the range £50 – £400; larger grants may be made from time to time at the discretion of the committee.

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications must be received by May 1st of the year in which a grant is sought.

    Contact Details:

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.



    EDUCAFIN (Institute of Finance and Information for Education)

    Open to International students only.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the EDUCAFIN website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Mexican nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the EDUCAFIN website.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the EDUCAFIN website.



    Education Studies Department Continuation Scholarship

    Open to UK and International students.

    This scholarship is open to any Warwick Education Studies undergraduate student who wishes to study for an MA programme in the Department of Education Studies starting September 2022.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Student must be an Education Studies Undergraduate student at Warwick.

    Subject Area:

    Any MA in the Department of Education Studies

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    1

    Value of Awards:

    The award will contribute towards tuition fees (£5,000 for home students and £10,000 for overseas students) and is available to all eligible students.

    To apply, please supply a case for support (of no more than 700 words) addressing the following:

    • Your previous experience and why this has led you to undertake a postgraduate degree with this specialism
    • What wider benefit you perceive from having a postgraduate qualification in this area
    • Your own contribution to the Department and the wider University

    You will need to complete a scholarship application online form on the Education Studies website.

    Application Deadline:

    1st June 2022. Applications with missing or late documentation will not be considered for this award.

    Next Steps:

    The Scholarship Selection Committee will shortlist candidates based on the case for support.

    The scholarship(s) will be deducted from the successful candidate’s academic fees for the year(s) of study at the University of Warwick. As part of the award, the successful applicants will need to provide a short report with feedback and the impact this scholarship has made to their lives and careers.

    If a scholarship winner fails to register at Warwick or is in any event deregistered from Warwick within the academic year, Warwick may award the scholarship to another candidate.

    Individual feedback to applicants will not be given.

    Contact Details:

    educationstudies at warwick dot ac dot uk



    Education Studies Department Excellence Scholarship

    Open to UK and International students.

    This scholarship is open to all applicants for an MA in the Department of Education Studies starting September 2022.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Candidates are required to have applied to an Education Studies MA programme by 1st June 2022.

    Subject Area:

    Education Studies; any MA

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    1

    Value of Awards:

    The award will contribute towards tuition fees (£5,000 for home students and £10,000 for overseas students).

    To apply, please supply a case for support (of no more than 700 words) addressing the following:

    • Sustained academic and / or professional excellence
    • Your previous experience and why this has led you to undertake a postgraduate degree with this specialism
    • What wider benefit you might perceive from having a postgraduate qualification in this area
    • Your own contribution to the Department and the wider University.

    You will need to complete a scholarship application online form on the Education Studies website.

    Application Deadline:

    1st June 2022. Applications with missing or late documentation will not be considered for this award.

    Next Steps:

    The Scholarship Selection Committee will shortlist candidates based on the case for support and outstanding academic excellence based on transcript of grades.

    • Outstanding performance (70%)
    • Outstanding case for support (30%)

    The scholarship(s) will be deducted from the successful candidate’s academic fees for the year(s) of study at the University of Warwick. As part of the award, the successful applicants will need to provide a short report with feedback and the impact this scholarship has made to their lives and careers.

    If a scholarship winner fails to register at Warwick or is in any event deregistered from Warwick within the academic year, Warwick may award the scholarship to another candidate.

    Individual feedback to applicants will not be given.

    Contact Details:

    educationstudies at warwick dot ac dot uk



    Education Studies Department Winston Scholarship

    Open to UK and International students.

    This scholarship is open to all applicants starting the MA Drama and Theatre Education in September 2022.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    To be eligible for an award, applicants must apply for MA Drama and Theatre Education. Candidates are required to have applied to the programme by 1st June 2022.

    Subject Area:

    Education Studies; MA Drama and Theatre Education

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    1

    Value of Awards:

    The award will contribute towards tuition fees (£5,000 for home students and £10,000 for overseas students).

    To apply, please supply a Case for Support. The Case for Support (no more than 700 words) should cover the following aspects and should differ from the statement of purpose submitted as part of your MA application:

    • Your previous experience and why this has led you to undertake a postgraduate degree with this specialism
    • What wider benefit you might perceive from having a postgraduate qualification in this area
    • Your own contribution to the Department and the wider University
    • You should ensure that all the documents required to make a decision on the Masters application have been uploaded to your application portal by the date of the scholarship application deadline. (Personal statement, transcript, academic reference)

    You will need to complete a scholarship application online form on the Education Studies website.

    Application Deadline:

    1st June 2022. Applications with missing or late documentation will not be considered for this award.

    Next Steps:

    The Scholarship Selection Committee will shortlist candidates based on the case for support.

    The scholarship(s) will be deducted from the successful candidate’s academic fees for the year(s) of study at the University of Warwick. As part of the award, the successful applicants will need to provide a short report with feedback and the impact this scholarship has made to their lives and careers.

    If a scholarship winner fails to register at Warwick or is in any event deregistered from Warwick within the academic year, Warwick may award the scholarship to another candidate.

    Individual feedback to applicants will not be given.

    Contact Details:

    educationstudies at warwick dot ac dot uk



    English and Comparative Literary Studies

    Open to UK students only.

    The department is pleased to announce that it will be awarding eight bursaries of £1000 each to outstanding students applying for entry in 2022/2023. All applicants will be considered.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    This scheme is for Home fee status and UK domicile EU students only.

    Subject Area:

    English and Comparative Literary Studies

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home

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    Number of Awards:

    8

    Value of Awards:

    Bursaries of £1000 each.

    Applicants must submit an online University application to be considered.

    Please indicate on your application form that you would like to be considered for the English and Comparative Literary Studies Department funding.

    Please also upload the following supporting document:

    • A writing sample of 1500-2500 words on any aspect of English literature. Ideally this will be a recent essay or extract thereof on a topic relevant to the interests you want to pursue through the MA, and will represent your best work.

    If you have already submitted your application and been offered a place of study, please e-mail [emailPGEnglish@warwick.ac.uk[/email] to supply this supporting document.

    Application Deadline:

    31st May 2022

    Next Steps:

    Decisions will be made by the end of July 2022 and communicated to those who have been awarded a Bursary via email.

    Contact Details:

    PGEnglish at warwick dot ac dot uk



    FONCA (National Fund for Culture and the Arts)

    Open to International students only.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the FONCA website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Mexican nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the FONCA website.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the FONCA website.



    Fulbright Commission Awards

    Open to International students only.

    The University of Warwick has a longstanding partnerships with the Fulbright Commission. One Fulbright-University of Warwick Award will be offered to pursue a one-year Master’s degree programme (or the first year of a longer Master’s or PhD programme) in any subject.

    We are looking for applicants who can engage with the UK in an atmosphere of openness, academic integrity and intellectual freedom, thereby promoting mutual understanding.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    United States nationals

    Subject Area:

    All

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner Organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    1

    Value of Awards:

    Grant amount:

    • Full tuition waiver
    • £14,000 living stipend

    Please make your application on the Fulbright Commission website.

    Application Deadline:

    The deadline for applications for the 2022-23 awards has passed.

    Next Steps:

    Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview in February. Postgraduate Student Award interviews are by video call and cannot be rescheduled.

    All applicants will be informed of their status by late April. The Fulbright Commission cannot comment or provide feedback on individual applications.

    Contact Details:

    Contact the Doctoral College at doctoralcollege at warwick dot ac dot uk

    Please visit the Fulbright Commission website for further information.



    FUNDAPEC (Fundación APEC de Crédito Educativo INC)

    Open to International students only.

    FUNDAPEC offers student loans. Full details of the student loan programme can be found through the FUNDAPEC website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Dominican Republic nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Full details of the student loan programme can be found through the FUNDAPEC website.

    Full details of the student loan programme can be found through the FUNDAPEC website.



    FUNED Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Mexican nationals.

    The University of Warwick awards the following tuition fee reductions:

    1. 50% of the tuition fees to all FUNED beneficiaries studying on full-time Master's courses within WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group):

    2. 50% of the tuition fees to all FUNED beneficiaries studying on full-time Master's courses (including full time MBA) within WBS (Warwick Business School):

    3. 20% of the tuition fees for FUNED beneficiaries studying on any other full-time Master's course across the University.

    4. 20% of the tuition fees for FUNED beneficiaries studying on any full-time PhD at the University.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner Organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    The University of Warwick has a longstanding partnership agreement with FUNED.

    20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the Fundación Mexicana para la Educación, la Tecnología y la Ciencia FUNED Scholarship-Loan.

    The reduction depends on the course the awardee is studying.

    For more information on the application process and deadlines, please visit the FUNED website.



    Gad Heuman Postgraduate Bursary

    Funding is available every year to support substantive research and fieldwork in the Caribbean by postgraduate students at the University of Warwick. The funding is intended as a contribution towards expenses, such as travel to and subsistence in the Caribbean, and other costs incurred directly in relation to the research project.

    This Postgraduate Bursary is named after Gad Heuman who was the long-standing Professor of Caribbean History and Director of the Centre for Caribbean Studies at the University, and is now an Emeritus Professor.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Only postgraduates (both PGT and PGR) conducting research on the Caribbean and studying at the University of Warwick are eligible to apply for this bursary.

    Priority will be given to applicants who have no other source of research funding (e.g. through their PhD studentship or from their home department). Students demonstrating activities connected to the Yesu Persaud Centre for Caribbean Studies and the Humanities will be preferred. The research funded should normally be completed by 30 September of the year in which the application is made.

    Subject Area:

    Caribbean Studies

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

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    Number of Awards:

    Multiple

    Value of Awards:

    A maximum of £2000 will be awarded to each student.

    Postgraduate students applying for a Gad Heuman Postgraduate Bursary must provide:

    • A short statement (maximum 500 words) detailing their current research proposal, indicating how they would benefit directly from a short period of study in the Caribbean. Proposals should specify a clear research methodology and feasible timeline for the completion of the project
    • A brief biographical statement, including a curriculum vitae
    • A detailed budget with fully quoted costings (up to a maximum of £2000), where possible

    Application Deadline:

    The deadline for applications is 1 April each year.

    Applications should be sent by 1 April as electronic attachments (as .doc or .pdf files) to Lisa Cook, Secretary of the Yesu Persaud Centre for Caribbean Studies, at lisa dot d dot cook at warwick dot ac dot uk. No late or retrospective applications will be considered for the current year of submission.

    Next Steps:

    Successful applicants will be informed by the end of April.

    They will receive two-thirds of the bursary in advance of conducting the research, and one third on completion. A statement of actual expenses with receipts and a 500-word summary of the research results and analysis should be forwarded to Lisa Cook within three months of the completion of the proposed research visit. Late claims will not be accepted. Only actual incurred spend, evidenced by receipts, will be funded.

    It is a condition of each award that the ‘Gad Heuman Postgraduate Bursary’ that is acknowledged in any subsequent publications or output that draw directly on work supported by the Bursary.

    Contact Details:

    Lisa Cook, Secretary of the Yesu Persaud Centre for Caribbean Studies, at lisa dot d dot cook at warwick dot ac dot uk.

    Please also check the Departmental web page.



    GREAT Scholarships 2022/2023 - Mexico

    Open to International students only.

    This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarships - Mexico, to the value of £20,000 each for any master’s taught programme in Warwick Business School (WBS).

    The GREAT Britain Campaign is the UK government’s initiative to promote the UK internationally as a GREAT place to visit, study and do business. The British Council is a partner in the campaign to raise awareness and promote UK’s strengths in education, English language and the arts.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Be a Mexican national residing in Mexico and be assessed as international for fee purposes.
    • Have applied to a master’s taught course in Warwick Business School to begin studies in 2022. Eligible courses can be found here: Warwick Business School
    • Have received a conditional offer and have accepted this offer.
    • Must not be in receipt of any other source of funding, either from Warwick or from another external funding body.

    Selection Criteria:

    Successful candidates are expected to:

    • Be active in the field with work experience or with a proven interest in the proposed subject area
    • Be willing to embody the UK Higher Education experience, by attending lectures and tutorials and engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for UK Higher Education, by promoting the value of studying at a UK HEI
    • Be willing to establish an engagement with the UK as a scholar, through personal and academic fulfilment
    • Represent the high standards of the GREAT brand by becoming an advocate for scholarships
    • Be willing to attend a networking event of all UK-based GREAT scholars, to discuss experiences and capture perceptions of studying in the UK

    On return to Mexico:

    • Be willing to demonstrate future contribution to capacity-building and socio-economic advancement through the benefits achieved after graduating from UK higher education
    • Be willing to maintain contact with the British Council and act as an ambassador for the GREAT Scholarships, by sharing experiences of studying in the UK with future GREAT scholars
    • As an alumnus of the GREAT Scholarships, be willing to occasionally speak to potential candidates about your experience of studying in the UK

    Subject Area:

    Warwick Business School

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    1

    Value of Awards:

    £20,000

    The University awards scholarship on the basis of academic merit and information provided on your application to the University as well as your scholarship application forms. You may be contacted for additional information.

    The University of Warwick reserves the right not to allocate the award if the selection panel identifies no suitable candidates.

    The University of Warwick GREAT Scholarships 2022 - Mexico are subject to full terms and conditions which will be provided to successful candidates at the point of award.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications have now closed.

    The University will consider application fee waiver requests from candidates applying for the University of Warwick GREAT scholarships. Please complete the appropriate web request form when submitting your application.

    Next Steps:

    Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the scholarship by email after the deadline.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact scholars at warwick dot ac dot uk



    GREAT Scholarships 2022/2023 - Ghana

    Open to International students only.

    This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Ghana, to the value of £15,000 for any master’s programme taught at the University.

    The GREAT Britain Campaign is the UK government’s initiative to promote the UK internationally as a GREAT place to visit, study and do business. The British Council is a partner in the campaign to raise awareness and promote UK’s strengths in education, English language and the arts.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Be a Ghanaian national residing in Ghana and be assessed as international for fee purposes.
    • Have applied to a Master’s taught course at the University of Warwick to begin studies in 2022. All our master's courses are listed online: https://warwick.ac.uk/study/postgraduate
    • Have received a conditional offer and have accepted this offer.
    • Must not be in receipt of any other source of funding, either from Warwick or from another external funding body.

    Selection Criteria:

    Successful candidates are expected to:

    • Be active in the field with work experience or with a proven interest in the proposed subject area
    • Be willing to embody the UK Higher Education experience, by attending lectures and tutorials and engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for UK Higher Education, by promoting the value of studying at a UK HEI
    • Be willing to establish an engagement with the UK as a scholar, through personal and academic fulfilment
    • Represent the high standards of the GREAT brand by becoming an advocate for scholarships
    • Be willing to attend a networking event of all UK-based GREAT scholars, to discuss experiences and capture perceptions of studying in the UK

    On return to Ghana:

    • Be willing to demonstrate future contribution to capacity-building and socio-economic advancement through the benefits achieved after graduating from UK higher education
    • Be willing to maintain contact with the British Council and act as an ambassador for the GREAT Scholarships, by sharing experiences of studying in the UK with future GREAT scholars
    • As an alumnus of the GREAT Scholarships, be willing to occasionally speak to potential candidates about your experience of studying in the UK.

    Subject Area:

    All

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/ Partner Organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards Available:

    1

    Value of Awards:

    £15,000

    The University awards scholarship on the basis of academic merit and information provided on your application to the University as well as your scholarship application forms. You may be contacted for additional information.

    The University of Warwick reserves the right not to allocate the award if the selection panel identifies no suitable candidates.

    The University of Warwick GREAT Scholarship 2022 - Ghana is subject to full terms and conditions which will be provided to successful candidates at the point of award.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications have now closed.

    The University will consider application fee waiver requests from candidates applying for the University of Warwick GREAT scholarships. Please complete the appropriate web request form when submitting your application.

    Next Steps:

    Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the scholarship by email after the deadline.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact scholars@warwick.ac.uk



    GREAT Scholarships 2022/2023 - Kenya

    Open to International students only.

    This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Kenya, to the value of £17,000 for any master’s programme taught programme at WMG.

    The GREAT Britain Campaign is the UK government’s initiative to promote the UK internationally as a GREAT place to visit, study and do business. The British Council is a partner in the campaign to raise awareness and promote UK’s strengths in education, English language and the arts.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    You must:

    Selection Criteria:

    Successful candidates are expected to:

    • Be active in the field with work experience or with a proven interest in the proposed subject area
    • Be willing to embody the UK Higher Education experience, by attending lectures and tutorials and engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for UK Higher Education, by promoting the value of studying at a UK HEI
    • Be willing to establish an engagement with the UK as a scholar, through personal and academic fulfilment
    • Represent the high standards of the GREAT brand by becoming an advocate for scholarships
    • Be willing to attend a networking event of all UK-based GREAT scholars, to discuss experiences and capture perceptions of studying in the UK

    On return to Kenya:

    • Be willing to demonstrate future contribution to capacity-building and socio-economic advancement through the benefits achieved after graduating from UK higher education
    • Be willing to maintain contact with the British Council and act as an ambassador for the GREAT Scholarships, by sharing experiences of studying in the UK with future GREAT scholars
    • As an alumnus of the GREAT Scholarships, be willing to occasionally speak to potential candidates about your experience of studying in the UK.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Award:

    The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Kenya.

    Value of Award:

    To the value of £17,000 for any master’s programme taught programme at WMG.

    The University awards scholarship on the basis of academic merit and information provided on your application to the University as well as your scholarship application forms. You may be contacted for additional information.

    The University of Warwick reserves the right not to allocate the award if the selection panel identifies no suitable candidates.

    The University of Warwick GREAT Scholarship 2022 - Kenya is subject to full terms and conditions which will be provided to successful candidates at the point of award.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications have now closed.

    Next Steps:

    Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the scholarship by email after the deadline.

    The University will consider application fee waiver requests from candidates applying for the University of Warwick GREAT scholarships. Please complete the appropriate web request form when submitting your application.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact scholars at warwick dot ac dot uk



    GREAT Scholarships 2022/23 - Sri Lanka

    Open to International students only.

    This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Sri Lanka, to the value of £17,000 for any master’s taught programme at WMG.

    The GREAT Britain Campaign is the UK government’s initiative to promote the UK internationally as a GREAT place to visit, study and do business. The British Council is a partner in the campaign to raise awareness and promote UK’s strengths in education, English language and the arts.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Selection Criteria:

    Successful candidates are expected to:

    • Be active in the field with work experience or with a proven interest in the proposed subject area
    • Be willing to embody the UK Higher Education experience, by attending lectures and tutorials and engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for UK Higher Education, by promoting the value of studying at a UK HEI
    • Be willing to establish an engagement with the UK as a scholar, through personal and academic fulfilment
    • Represent the high standards of the GREAT brand by becoming an advocate for scholarships
    • Be willing to attend a networking event of all UK-based GREAT scholars, to discuss experiences and capture perceptions of studying in the UK

    On return to Sri Lanka:

    • Be willing to demonstrate future contribution to capacity-building and socio-economic advancement through the benefits achieved after graduating from UK higher education
    • Be willing to maintain contact with the British Council and act as an ambassador for the GREAT Scholarships, by sharing experiences of studying in the UK with future GREAT scholars
    • As an alumnus of the GREAT Scholarships, be willing to occasionally speak to potential candidates about your experience of studying in the UK.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Sri Lanka.

    Value of Award:

    To the value of £17,000 for any master’s taught programme at WMG.

    The University awards scholarship on the basis of academic merit and information provided on your application to the University as well as your scholarship application forms. You may be contacted for additional information.

    The University of Warwick reserves the right not to allocate the award if the selection panel identifies no suitable candidates.

    The University of Warwick GREAT Scholarship 2022 - Sri Lanka is subject to full terms and conditions which will be provided to successful candidates at the point of award.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications have now closed.

    The University will consider application fee waiver requests from candidates applying for the University of Warwick GREAT scholarships. Please complete the appropriate web request form when submitting your application.

    Next Steps:

    Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the scholarship by email after the deadline.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact scholars at warwick dot ac dot uk



    GREAT Scholarships for Justice and Law 2022/2023 - Indonesia

    Open to International students only.

    The GREAT Scholarships for justice and law is a new time-limited programme from the Study UK campaign and the Ministry of Justice.

    This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Indonesia, to the value of £15,000 for any master’s programme taught programme at Warwick Law School.

    The GREAT Britain Campaign is the UK government’s initiative to promote the UK internationally as a GREAT place to visit, study and do business.

    The British Council is a partner in the campaign to raise awareness and promote UK’s strengths in education, English language and the arts.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Be an Indonesia national residing in Indonesia and be assessed as international for fee purposes.
    • Have applied to a Master’s course within the Warwick Law School, commencing in 2022. Eligible courses can be found on the Warwick Law School website.
    • Have received a conditional offer and have accepted this offer.
    • Must not be in receipt of any other source of funding, either from Warwick or from another external funding body.

    Selection Criteria:

    Successful candidates are expected to:

    • Be active in the field with work experience or with a proven interest in the proposed subject area
    • Be willing to embody the UK Higher Education experience, by attending lectures and tutorials and engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for UK Higher Education, by promoting the value of studying at a UK HEI
    • Be willing to establish an engagement with the UK as a scholar, through personal and academic fulfilment
    • Represent the high standards of the GREAT brand by becoming an advocate for scholarships
    • Be willing to attend a networking event of all UK-based GREAT scholars, to discuss experiences and capture perceptions of studying in the UK

    On return to Indonesia:

    • Be willing to demonstrate future contribution to capacity-building and socio-economic advancement through the benefits achieved after graduating from UK higher education
    • Be willing to maintain contact with the British Council and act as an ambassador for the GREAT Scholarships, by sharing experiences of studying in the UK with future GREAT scholars
    • As an alumnus of the GREAT Scholarships, be willing to occasionally speak to potential candidates about your experience of studying in the UK.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    The University of Warwick is offering one GREAT Britain Scholarship 2022 - Indonesia.

    Value of Award:

    To the value of £15,000 for any master’s programme taught programme at Warwick Law School.

    The University awards scholarship on the basis of academic merit and information provided on your application to the University as well as your scholarship application forms. You may be contacted for additional information.

    The University of Warwick reserves the right not to allocate the award if the selection panel identifies no suitable candidates.

    The University of Warwick GREAT Scholarship 2022 - Indonesia is subject to full terms and conditions which will be provided to successful candidates at the point of award.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications have now closed.

    The University will consider application fee waiver requests from candidates applying for the University of Warwick GREAT scholarships. Please complete the appropriate web request form when submitting your application.

    Next Steps:

    Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the scholarship by email after the deadline.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact scholars at warwick dot ac dot uk



    Guatefuturo

    Open to International students only.

    The University of Warwick has a partnership agreement with Guatefuturo. A 20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the GuateFuturo Scholarship-Loan Programme

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Guatemalan nationals.

    The University of Warwick awards the following tuition fee reductions:

    1. 50% tuition fee reduction to all GuateFuturo beneficiaries studying on full-time Master's courses within WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group):

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    Value of Awards:

    Guatemalan nationals can apply for a 20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the GuateFuturo Scholarship Programme.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the GuateFuturo website.

    Please visit the GuateFuturo website for further information.



    MASc Global Sustainable Development Bursaries

    Open to UK and International students.

    The School for Cross-faculty Studies is offering four Global Sustainable Development bursaries for postgraduate taught students commencing MASc study in Autumn 2022.

    Candidates must submit an application to the MASc programme before submitting a bursary application.

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    Applicants to the MASc in Global Sustainable Development.

    Awards will be made on the basis of proven excellence, achievement and future potential.

    Subject Area: Global Sustainable Development

    Award Detail

    • Home Fee candidates - Two awards of £2,000 each
    • EU/Overseas Fee candidates - Two awards of £5,000 each

    To apply, please complete the MASc Bursaries Application Form after you have submitted an application to the MASc programme.

    Next Steps:

    We plan to inform successful applicants three weeks after the closing date.

    Application Deadline:

    Midday (UK time) on Monday 25 April 2022

    Contact Details:

    PGGSD at warwick dot ac dot uk



    History MA Inclusion Grants

    There are currently no scholarships opportunities available for 2022 entry. Please check back later in the year for updates.

    Source of Funding:

    Departmental funding

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    There are currently no scholarships opportunities available for 2022 entry. Please check back later in the year for updates.

    There are currently no scholarships opportunities available for 2022 entry. Please check back later in the year for updates.



    Hondufuturo

    Open to International students only.

    The University has a partnership agreement with Hondufuturo. A 20% to 50% reduction on tuition fees is available for successful awardees of the Hondufuturo Scholarship Programme.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Honduran Nationals. See 'Award Detail' tab for a list of eligible courses.

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner Organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    The University of Warwick awards the following tuition fee reductions:

    1. 50% tuition fee reduction to all HonduFuturo beneficiaries studying on full-time Masters courses within WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group):

    2. 50% tuition fee reduction to all HonduFuturo beneficiaries studying on full-time Masters courses (including full time MBA) within WBS (Warwick Business School):

    3. 20% tuition fee reduction for HonduFuturo beneficiaries studying on any other full-time Masters course across the University.

    4. 20% tuition fee reduction for HonduFuturo beneficiaries studying on any full-time PhD at the University.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the HonduFuturo website.

    Please visit the HonduFuturo website for further information.



    Humanities Research Fund

    As funding capacity is limited, the HRF cannot support all applications.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Applications will only be accepted from members of the Faculty of Arts and members of the Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts. All decisions taken by the HRF Committee are final.

    Applicants are expected to apply for departmental and external sources of funding in the first instance wherever possible. You should contact the Arts Faculty Research Development Manager in Research and Impact Services for guidance on external funding.

    Applicants are also expected to apply to the University's Research Development Fund, the Office for Global Engagement, and the Institute of Advanced Study wherever appropriate.

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    Eligibility Criteria:

    Applications will only be accepted from members of the Faculty of Arts and members of the Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts. All decisions taken by the HRF Committee are final.

    Applicants are expected to apply for departmental and external sources of funding in the first instance wherever possible. You should contact the Arts Faculty Research Development Manager in Research and Impact Services for guidance on external funding.

    Applicants are also expected to apply to the University's Research Development Fund, the Office for Global Engagement, and the Institute of Advanced Study wherever appropriate.

    Application Deadlines:

    The Humanities Research Fund Committee will award support for activities taking place between 1 August 2021 and 31 July 2022 (all claim forms must be submitted to your department by 12 July 2022 to ensure that all expenditure is processed by 31 July 2022). No expenditure will be permitted against HRF codes after 31 July 2022.

    The funding round deadlines for HRF 2021/22 are as follows:

    Round 1: Monday 7th June 2021

    Round 2: Monday 18th October 2021

    Round 3: Monday 7th February 2022



    ICETEX

    Open to International students only.

    ICETEX is a Colombian government entity that promotes higher education through educational credits available to students with strong academic performance. Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the ICETEX website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Colombian nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the ICETEX website.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the ICETEX website.



    IFARHU (Instituto para la Formación y Aprovechamiento de los Recursos Humanos)

    Open to International students only.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the IFARHU website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Panamanian nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the IFARHU website.

    Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the IFARHU website.



    Jean Monet Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    The Jean Monet Scholarship Programme invites applicants currently working in the private sector, public sector, NGO's and applicants currently working in universities as academic or administrative staff, or as senior or graduate students in Turkey to apply to this programme. For more information, please visit the Jean Monet website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Turkish nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information, please visit the Jean Monet website.
    For more information, please visit the Jean Monet website.


    Marshall Scholarships

    Open to International students only.

    Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to fifty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study.

    The Warwick Marshall Scholarship is awarded to one US citizen annually to undertake a postgraduate taught or research degree at the University of Warwick, for up to two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies).

    Eligibility Criteria:

    To be eligible for a 2022 Marshall Scholarship, candidates must:

    • Be citizens of the United States of America (at the time they apply for a scholarship)
    • (By the time they take up their scholarship i.e. September 2022) hold their first undergraduate degree from an accredited four-year college or university in the United States
    • Have obtained a grade point average of not less than 3.7 on their undergraduate degree at the time of application. We do not accept rounded GPA's
    • Have graduated from their first undergraduate college or university after April 2019
    • Not have studied for, or hold a degree or degree-equivalent qualification from a British University or GCSE or A Levels taken at school in the UK

    Source of Funding:

    Warwick/Partner organisation

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Award:

    The award consists of University fees at the full overseas rate, cost of living expenses, annual book grant, thesis grant, research and daily travel grants, fares to and from the United States and, where applicable, a contribution towards the support of a dependent spouse.

    Number of Awards:

    Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to fifty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study.

    Candidates should apply directly to the Marshall Commission via their online form. If selected, the Commission endeavours to secure a place at the first choice university and course. However, the decision to accept the scholar ultimately remains with the University.

    Further details on how to apply can be found via the Marshall Scholarship website.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications will be received and reviewed at eight regional centres in the United States. Shortlisted candidates will be called for interview, virtually on zoom, in November. Dates and guidance for the interviews can be found here. The final selection will be announced shortly after interview.

    Next Steps:

    Successful applicants will be offered a scholarship in writing, and will be asked to accept or decline this offer, also in writing, within 10-12 days of receiving it (Nb. this timeframe may be shorter where the interviews occur late in the interview week). In keeping with other UK government-funded programs the Marshall Commission asks Scholars to give a definitive and final response in this way, so that the Commission can at the earliest opportunity arrange the best and most appropriate graduate program and living accommodation for each Scholar's needs.

    Contact Details:

    For any questions about applying, please email apps at marshallscholarship dot org



    MESCYT (Ministerio de Educación Superior, Ciencia y Tecnología) Becas Internacionales

    Open to International students only.

    For more information, please visit the MESCYT website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Dominican Republic nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information, please visit the MESCYT website.

    For more information, please visit the MESCYT website.



    Bursaries for MSc in Intercultural Communication for Business and the Professions (ICBP)

    Open to International and UK students.

    We are offering three competitive bursaries to outstanding students and professionals with an interest in the English language for entry in Autumn 2022:

    1) Worldwide Bursary

    • Available to overseas applicants only

    2) UK Support Bursary

    • Available to UK applicants only

    All of the above bursaries are available on a competitive basis to applicants who have successfully applied to the full-time MSc in Intercultural Communication for Business and the Professions (ICBP) and received and accepted an offer on the programme.

    Source of Funding:

    Departmental funding

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    Value and Number of Awards:

    1) Worldwide Bursary (2 available)

    • worth 50% of the of the current tuition fee

    2) UK Support Bursary (1 available)

    • worth £3,000 each

    These bursaries are available on a competitive basis to applicants who have successfully applied to the full-time MSc in Intercultural Communication for Business and the Professions (ICBP) and received and accepted an offer on the programme.

    Application procedure:

    You must submit a personal statement of around 1000 words that demonstrates:

    • Academic excellence in a prior undergraduate degree programme
    • A genuine, evidence-based interest in and/or sensitivity to intercultural/multicultural issues
    • A successful and evidenced track record of working in multicultural contexts
    • Experience in training, coaching or consulting regarding intercultural communication (Desirable)

    Your statement must be sent to PGTCAL@warwick.ac.uk by the deadline (Monday 20 June 2022) and should be clearly marked 'ICBP Bursary'.



    NDDC Foreign Postgraduate Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    For more information please visit the NDDC website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Nigerian nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information please visit the NDDC website.

    For more information please visit the NDDC website.



    OFID Scholarship Programme

    Open to International students only

    For more information, please visit the OFID scholarship website.

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information, please visit the OFID scholarship website.

    For more information, please visit the OFID scholarship website.



    PAIS Double Degree Scholarship

    PAIS is delighted to confirm that up to two scholarships are available for students proceeding to the second year of eligible Double Degree programmes in PAIS in 2022.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Only students on the PAIS Double Degree are eligible. More eligibility criteria can be found on the PAIS website.

    Selection Criteria:

    Each application will be judged on the following merits:

    • Outstanding academic performance (70%)
    • Outstanding case for support (30%)

    Please note that this is not a needs-based scholarship, so your financial situation will not be taken into account.

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

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    Number of Awards:

    TBC

    Value of Awards:

    In cases where the successful candidate is attending Warwick for year one and has outstanding Warwick tuition fees, the award will first be applied to their tuition fee balance with the remainder paid as a maintenance grant during their second year.

    In cases where the successful candidate is attending Warwick for year two of the degree, the full amount of the award will be applied to their tuition fee.

    Please visit the PAIS Department website for more information and the scholarship application form.

    Application Deadline:

    • Candidates must apply for the scholarship no later than the deadline, March 18 2022.
    • Candidates must supply their undergraduate transcript as well as their Masters marks to date no later than March 18 2022.
    • Candidates who are not current Warwick students must submit their Warwick application no later than March 18 2022.

    Next Steps:

    We aim to make a decision on applications within six weeks of the closing date. If you have not received the results of your application within seven weeks of the closing date, you may assume your application was not successful.

    Contact Details:

    Judith McAllister via paispgadmissions at warwick dot ac dot uk



    PAIS MA Scholarships

    Open to UK and International students.

    PAIS is delighted to confirm that we will offer scholarships for students commencing MA study in Autumn 2022. The awards will automatically be deducted from the winners' tuition fees.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Open to applicants on all PAIS taught MA programmes, including the Double Degrees (Warwick year only).

    Successful candidates must obtain an offer from the university before taking up the award.

    Candidates may apply concurrently to other funding sources; however, successful candidates who receive major tuition funding elsewhere will be disqualified.

    Selection Criteria:

    Each application will be judged on the following merits:

    • Outstanding academic performance (70%)
    • Outstanding case for support (30%)

    Please note that this is not a needs-based scholarship, so your financial situation will not be taken into account.

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    TBC

    Value of Awards:

    £5,000 awards for Home candidates.

    £10,000 awards for Overseas candidates.

    Part-time candidates will be considered; successful part-time awards will be distributed evenly across both years of study.

    Please visit the PAIS Departmental Scholarships Website for more information and the application form.

    Application Deadline:

    • Candidates must apply to the university and have paid their application fee no later no later than 15 April 2022. You must submit your application to the MA programme before submitting your scholarship application.
    • Candidates must apply for the scholarship no later than 22 April 2022.
    • All supporting documentation for the university application, including your reference, must be received no later than 22 April 2022.

    Next Steps:

    We aim to make a decision on applications within six weeks of the closing date. If you have not received the results of your application within seven weeks of the closing date, you may assume your application was not successful.

    Contact Details:

    Judith McAllister via paispgadmissions at warwick dot ac dot uk


    PRONABEC Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    Warwick is on the PRONABEC approved list of Universities. For more information please visit the PRONABEC website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Peruvian nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information please visit the PRONABEC website.

    For more information please visit the PRONABEC website.



    The Reid Trust

    Open to UK and International students.

    The Reid Trust was founded in 1868 in connection with Bedford College for Women for the promotion and improvement of women’s education.

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    6 to 10

    Value of Awards:

    Up to £1000

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.

    Contact Details:

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.



    PGT Sanctuary Scholarship

    This scheme is currently not accepting applications and will reopen in October 2022.

    We are located on the outskirts of the city of Coventry which is recognised as a 'City of Sanctuary'. The 'City of Sanctuary' movementLink opens in a new window is committed to building a culture of hospitality and welcome, especially for those seeking sanctuary from war and persecution.

    We provide a range of scholarships to enable refugees to progress to access university education. Since the launch of the scheme we have awarded 30 scholarships to postgraduate students.

    We welcome applications from prospective students who are at risk as a result of the war in Ukraine as well as those from any other country.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Eligible students must be of any nationality who hold one of the following statuses as granted by the UK government and/or whom are academics supported by the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA):

    • Refugee Status
    • Asylum Seeker
    • Definite Leave to Remain as a result of an asylum seeker application
    • Limited Leave to Remain as a result of an asylum seeker application
    • Humanitarian protection as a result of an asylum seeker application
    • You were included as a dependent (spouse/child) on an application for asylum. Please note: Spouses/civil partners must have been the spouse/civil partner on the date on which the asylum application was made. Children/step-children must have been aged under 18 on the date on which the asylum application was made.
    • UK visa concessions for Ukrainian nationals (gov.ukLink opens in a new window)

    Postgraduate Taught applicants

    Should be looking to study a full-time or part-time Postgraduate Taught course at the University.

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    This is an open scheme and applications will be considered at any time. However, it may not be possible to commence study until a later point.

    Number and Value of Awards:

    There are a limited numbers and not all applications will be successful.

    • Length of funding: 1 year (2 years part time)
    • The full payment of academic fees
    • Value covers a maintenance stipend in line with UKRI rates (£15,609 for full-time award holders in 2022/23).

    Application Deadline:

    This scheme is currently not accepting applications and will reopen in October 2022.

    This is an open scheme and applications will be considered at any time. However, it may not be possible to commence study until a later point. We will communicate the results within 8-10 weeks of receiving a scholarship application.

    Any applications that have already been submitted through scholarships.warwick.ac.uk are currently under review and results will be communicated in due course.



    Saïd Foundation Scholarships 2023/24

    Open to International students only.

    The Saïd Foundation has offered educational scholarships since 1984. Saïd Foundation scholarship programmes aims to empower people through educational opportunities and is targeted towards individuals who demonstrate the potential to become leaders and drivers of change within our target countries of Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    To be considered for a Saïd Foundation scholarship, candidates should:

    • Hold Syrian, Jordanian, Lebanese or Palestinian nationality and be permanently resident in one of these countries. The Foundation will consider Syrians residing elsewhere due to current circumstances in the country.
    • Hold an undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK 2:1 or higher (or be in the final year of an undergraduate degree)
    • Have work and/or voluntary experience relevant to their field of study and a clear career plan
    • Demonstrate leadership potential in their chosen field Candidates must also:
    • Apply for a course at one of the Foundation’s UK partner universities
    • Meet the Foundation’s English language requirement
    • Submit all required documentation

    Candidates must also:
    • Apply for a course at one of the Foundation’s UK partner universities (we will not consider applications for study at universities outside the UK or for undergraduate or PhD programmes)
    • Meet the Foundation’s English language requirement
    • Submit all required documentation

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Awards: The Saïd Foundation provides fully funded scholarships which include tuition fees, full maintenance/living costs for the duration of your course, an arrival allowance, visa and healthcare surcharge fees and one economy return flight.

    Number of Awards: The Saïd Foundation offers approximately 30 new scholarships annually.

    How to apply:
    Please go to the following website www.saidfoundation.org/apply for more information and to apply online. Candidates will be asked to submit a number of supporting documents with their application, including educational transcripts/certificates, a CV and three recent references, so please read the guidance carefully before starting your application.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications open at 9:00am UK time on Thursday 1st September 2022 and close at 5:00pm UK time on Friday 28th October 2022

    Contact Details:

    https://saidfoundation.org/contact/ 



    School of Engineering Taught Masters Scholarship 2022

    Open to UK and International students.

    For the 2022/23 entry, there will be up to ten scholarships to be awarded to the most outstanding Taught MSc applicants.

    For more information please visit the School of Engineering Website.

    Source of Funding:

    Departmental funding

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    For the 2022/23 entry, there will be up to ten scholarships to be awarded to the most outstanding Taught MSc applicants.

    • Study start date 3rd October 2022
    • A tax-free stipend payment of £1,000.

    To be considered for the scholarship, applicants are required to hold an offer for admission for one the eligible courses listed:

    • MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering.
    • MSc Biomedical Engineering.
    • MSc Communications & Information Engineering.
    • MSc Electrical Power Engineering.
    • MSc Humanitarian Engineering (with its variants).

    Applications will be judged on their merit and past academic achievements.

    For more information about how to apply for this scholarship please visit the School of Engineering Website.

    Results of the scholarship competition will be communicated by email by the end of May 2022.

    Contact details:

    eng-pgadmissions@warwick.ac.uk



    School of Life Sciences (SLS) Excellence Awards

    Open to UK and International students.

    SLS Excellence Scholarships are competitive and awards will be based on past academic achievement and experience, your motivation for study, extracurricular activities and your vision for the future.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Before applying, applicants should have an offer to study on a School of Life Sciences full-time taught MSc course starting October 2022.

    Applicants should have an excellent academic track-record, typically the equivalent of a British 1st Class Honours Degree. The Scholarship Review Panel will assess both academic achievement and the supporting statement when awarding.

    For conditional offer-holders, scholarship awards will also be conditional on achieving any language requirements and the awardee's final predicted grade.

    SLS Excellence Scholarships are for self-funded students only. Students with other partial funding may be considered. Recipients should inform slspgt at warwick dot ac dot uk if they are in receipt of another scholarship or are later awarded other funding.

    Applications for SLS Excellence Scholarships are welcome from home, EU and international students.

    SLS Excellence Scholarships are paid towards tuition fees only.

    SLS Excellence Scholarships will be awarded across all Life Sciences full-time taught MSc Programmes to maximise nationality and gender diversity.
    Scholarship recipients will be asked to carry out some ambassadorial duties for the School.

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    3

    Value of Awards:

    Up to three School of Life Sciences Excellence Scholarships will be awarded as a 50% reduction of course fees for the 2022/23 academic year.

    Students must complete a Scholarship Application form in order to be considered for an SLS Excellence Scholarship.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications will be considered on two occasions. The two deadlines are 8 February 2022 and 1 June 2022.

    Next Steps:

    Decisions on the SLS Excellence Scholarship are communicated to applicants around 10 working days after each deadline.

    Contact Details:

    slspgt at warwick dot ac dot uk



    School of Modern Languages and Cultures Departmental MA Scholarship

    Open to UK and International students.

    The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (SMLC) will award up to two Master's scholarships to outstanding applicants wishing to commence full-time study on one of our one-year taught MA courses in Autumn 2022.

    The scholarships are intended to facilitate access to Master's level study in Modern Languages and Cultures for academically gifted students who may otherwise experience difficulty in progressing to postgraduate study.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Eligible courses are:

    • MA in Translation and Cultures
    • MA for Research in French and Francophone Studies
    • MA for Research in German Studies
    • MA for Research in Hispanic Studies
    • MA for Research in Italian Studies

    Please note:

    • The scholarships are for full-time study only.
    • Students domiciled in the UK as well as international students are eligible to apply. However, the scholarships are capped (as above) at home fees level for 2022 entry.
    • The scholarships cannot be deferred, or transferred to another course outside the School of Modern Languages and Cultures.
    • You must be self-funding.
    • You must have (or be expected to attain) a First or good 2.i (or international equivalent) for your undergraduate degree. Applications are welcomed from students who consider Master's study as a stepping-stone towards doctoral study, though this is not a prerequisite.
    • The School of Modern Languages and Cultures values equality, diversity and inclusion. Applications are welcomed from underrepresented and/or minority groups. If you are returning to study after a break (of more than 2 years) and/or have relevant professional experience, then please clarify this in your personal statement (for the course application) and/or motivational statement.

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    2

    Value of Awards:

    Each scholarship will consist of a fees waiver (for applicants with Home fees status) or a fees subsidy (for applicants with International fees status) for a value of up to £10,430 maximum.

    To apply for one of these scholarships you will need to have completed the following by the closing date:

    • a formal application for admission to one of these courses - click here for further information and to apply
    • a 500-word personal statement, to be sent to the Postgraduate Secretary, at pglanguages at warwick dot ac dot uk outlining your motivations for applying, your research interests and career plans
    • a CV, also to be sent to the Postgraduate Secretary, at pglanguages at warwick dot ac dot uk

    Please visit the Departmental webpages for more information.

    Application Deadline:

    The closing date is Monday 23rd May 2022 at 12 noon GMT.

    Next steps:

    For successful candidates, the award will be conditional on acceptance of a place of study. The award will be arranged directly with the University's Student Finances service. If the fee for your course is less (e.g. because you qualify for a Warwick alumni discount), the level of the scholarship will be adjusted accordingly.

    Contact Details:

    pglanguages at warwick dot ac dot uk



    SENESCYT

    Open to International students only.

    For more information please visit the SENESCYT website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Ecuadorian nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information please visit the SENESCYT website.

    For more information please visit the SENESCYT website.



    Service Commissions Department

    Open to International students only.

    For more information please visit the Service Commissions Department website.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    St Vincent and Grenadines nationals

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    For more information please visit the Service Commissions Department website.

    For more information please visit the Service Commissions Department website.




    The Thomas Wiedemann Memorial Fund

    Open to UK and International students.

    Grants from the Fund (normally up to £100) are available to assist with the costs of visits to universities, libraries, or museums in the UK, related to actual or planned research activities.

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.

    Source of Funding:

    External

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    Up to £100

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.

    For more information, please visit the Department of Classics and Ancient History webpages.



    MA TESOL Bursary

    Open to UK and International students.

    We are offering three competitive bursaries to outstanding students and professionals who wish to study full-time on our MA TESOL for entry in Autumn 2022.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • UK bursary: you must be a UK candidate with an excellent academic record who has accepted an offer on the programme from Warwick.
    • Worldwide bursaries: you must be from outside the UK, with an excellent academic record, with at least 2 years of full-time professional/ teaching experience (or equivalent), and have accepted an offer on the programme from Warwick.

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    3 Scholarships Available (1 UK, 2 Overseas).

    Value of Awards:

    £3000 for Home students. Worldwide Bursaries are worth 50% of tuition fees.

    You can only apply after you have accepted your place as a full-time student.

    You will need to describe your academic achievements, relevant professional experience and/ or career goals and the reasons for wanting to take the course. This information should be summarised in no more than 1000 words.

    Please apply by sending this to PGTCAL at warwick dot ac dot uk marked ‘MA TESOL Bursary'.

    Application Deadline:

    Monday 20 June 2022

    Contact Details:

    For more information or questions, please contact Dr Troy McConachy at T dot McConachy at warwick dot ac dot uk





    Warwick Chemistry Home Taught Masters Scholarship

    Open to UK students only.

    These non-repayable scholarships offer a £5,000 bursary to the most academically gifted Home students. These scholarships are only available to students eligible for Home fees and awards are made on the basis of excellence. Award is conditional on commencement of the course.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Chemistry Taught MSc applicants eligible for Home fees status. You need to receive an offer of place on the course by 15 July 2022 to qualify.

    Subject Area:

    Chemistry

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

    Fee Status:

    Home

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    Number of Awards Available:

    Up to five scholarships are available for 2022/23.

    Value of Awards:

    £5,000

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    Warwick Chemistry Overseas Taught Masters Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    These non-repayable scholarships offer a £12,500 bursary to the most academically gifted overseas students. The scholarships are only available to non-Home students and awards are made on the basis of excellence. Award is conditional on commencement of the course.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Chemistry Taught MSc applicants with Overseas fees status (see more information here). You need to receive an offer of place on the course by 30 April 2022 to qualify.

    Subject Area:

    Chemistry

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards Available:

    Up to two scholarships are available for 2022/23.

    Value of Awards:

    £12,500

    Please apply for this Scholarship using this Application Form.

    See the Chemistry Department webpages for more information.

    Application Deadline:

    31st March 2022

    Next Steps:

    Results will be announced in April. Applicants will be informed of the result via email.

    Contact Details:

    Please contact chem-pgt@warwick.ac.uk for details.



    Warwick Chemistry Regional Coventry Scholarship

    Open to UK students only.

    These scholarships are intended for students from the local Coventry area and those studying for undergraduate degree at the Coventry University and offer a £2,000 bursary for eligible candidates.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Chemistry Taught MSc applicants studying for undergraduate degree at the Coventry University, or students of other universities (excluding Warwick) with permanent out-of-term address in the CV postcode area.

    Subject Area:

    Chemistry

    Source of Funding:

    Department Funding

    Fee Status:

    Home

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    Number of Awards Available:

    Up to five scholarships are available for 2022/23.

    Value of Awards:

    £2,000

    Please apply for this Scholarship using this Application Form.

    Application Deadline:

    There is no deadline.

    Next Steps:

    Results will be announced in August. Applicants will be informed of the result via email.

    Contact Details:

    Please contact chem-pgt@warwick.ac.uk for details.



    Warwick Law School LLM Scholarship

    Open to International and UK students.

    The Law School is offering up to 2 full-fee scholarships to applicants who have submitted an application for one of our LLM programmes.

    You must have submitted an application to study on our LLM programme before applying for this scholarship.

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    Number of Awards:

    Two full-fee awards available.

    Apply for this scholarship via our application form.

    Application Deadline:

    The closing date to apply for this scholarship is 31 March 2022.

    Next Steps:

    Once a decision has been reached, all applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via email.

    Results of the Law School LLM Scholarships will be communicated through email by the end of May 2022. Please do not contact the Law School before this date to enquire about results.

    Contact Details:

    law at warwick dot ac dot uk



    Warwick Statistics Senior Scholarships

    Open to International and UK students.

    Senior Scholarships for students based in the Department of Statistics, for the 4th Year of an Integrated Masters qualification.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    This scholarship scheme for our 4th-year students is available to all students who started a Warwick Statistics undergraduate degree course in 2012 or later, and will be available to our 2021 entrants. The Department will award substantial scholarships to qualifying students on the MMathStat, MMORSE or MSci Data Science degrees who started in 2012 or later. The awards are called Warwick Statistics Senior Scholarships, and will be awarded on the basis of academic merit to students who continue to the 4th year.

    This scheme includes students who have transferred to the 4-year degree from a 3-year course.

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    The amount of a senior scholarship will vary depending on the academic performance of the student and the availability of funds. It will be at least £1000, and may, for exceptional performances, be up to £4000.

    In 2020, the formula used for making payments was £1,000 x min{4, max{1, (third year score - 73)/3}} for those obtaining a first class classification at the end of the third year. This formula may be revised in future academic years.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact the Statistics Department.



    WBS Scholarships

    Open to UK and International students.

    We are investing in the future by enabling the most academically talented students to receive a top-quality business education.

    We have £6million+ of WBS Scholarships available for MBA and MSc postgraduate courses.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    WBS Scholarships are available to the most talented candidates from all over the world. You will automatically be considered for a WBS Scholarship upon submitting your course application. Please be aware if you are looking to study one of our MBA, Executive Diploma programmes or the MSc Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation, you will need to provide a written statement outlining why you believe you should be awarded a scholarship. We recommend that you check the individual programme page for eligibility criteria and deadline information.

    Subject Area:

    Warwick Business School – Available for MSc and MBA

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Please be aware if you are looking to study one of our MBA, Executive Diploma programmes or the MSc Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation, you will need to provide a written statement outlining why you believe you should be awarded a scholarship.

    For other courses, there is no need to apply, and you will automatically be considered for a WBS Scholarship upon submitting your course application.

    Application Deadline:

    Scholarships are awarded on an ongoing basis, so candidates who apply early may have a stronger chance of being successful.

    Contact Details:

    For more information, please visit the Warwick Business School website.



    WMG Excellence Scholarships

    Open to UK and International students.

    WMG will be awarding over £750,000 in scholarships and bursaries to students commencing study on full-time MSc programmes taught within the WMG department at Warwick, beginning in October 2022.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    WMG Excellence Scholarships are merit-based awards, available on a competitive basis.

    Applications will be judged on past academic achievement, professional experience, reasons for study, and your vision for the future.

    Subject Area:

    Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) – All full-time MSc programmes.

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home and Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    Multiple

    Value of Awards:

    WMG Excellence Scholarships are awarded on a percentage reduction of the tuition fees, with awards ranging from 10% to 50% tuition fee discount.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Applicants must hold an offer to study on a WMG full-time MSc course starting October 2022.
    • Applicants should have an excellent academic track-record and/or strong professional profile in order to qualify.
    • For conditional offer-holders, scholarship awards will also be conditional on achieving the awardee's final predicted grade.
    • WMG Excellence Scholarships are for self-funded students only. NB: students with partial bursaries, on scholarship-loan schemes or partially funded by an external organisation may also be considered. Awardees should inform the scholarship committee if they are in receipt of another scholarship or are later awarded other funding.
    • WMG Excellence Scholarships are awarded for study on UK full-time MSc programmes only.
    • WMG Excellence Scholarships are paid towards tuition fees only and cannot be paid in cash or towards accommodation or maintenance costs.
    • WMG will award WMG Excellence Scholarships across all WMG full-time MSc programmes to optimise nationality and gender diversity.

    Make your application using the application form below. Please ensure you read the instructions before applying.

    WMG Excellence Scholarship Application Form

    Application Deadline:

    Please submit your scholarship application within four weeks of receiving your offer.

    Please note that the scholarship budget is limited - in order to maximise your chances of success, you should submit your MSc application as early as possible.

    Next Steps:

    Applications will be reviewed by the scholarship committee on a monthly basis and the first set of results will be communicated by the middle of January 2022, and monthly thereafter.

    Contact Details:

    Please contact WMG with any queries wmgscholarships at warwick dot ac dot uk



    WMG Regional Bursaries

    Open to International students only.

    WMG regional bursaries are guaranteed to students from Latin America, Syria, Turkey, Iran and Lebanon.

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    • 25% tuition fee discount guaranteed.
    • If you are eligible, you do not need to apply separately for a bursary. The bursary will be applied automatically to your offer by our Admissions Team.
    • Students with a WMG Regional Bursary can still apply for the WMG Excellence Scholarship. However, where successful, the scholarship will replace the bursary. Two WMG awards cannot be awarded to the same individual.

    Please note that you do not need to apply for a bursary, it will be applied automatically by the admissions team when your offer is made.



    WMG West Midlands Leaders Scholarship

    Open to Home students only.

    WMG is committed to promoting and developing the local economy through our business and industry partnerships, applied research and outstanding education programme. Through the WMG West Midlands Future Leaders Scholarships we are proud to support graduates from the West Midlands region, and contribute to the development of local talent through Master's education.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Applicants must be living or working in the West Midlands region, or have graduated from one of the West Midlands’ universities
    • Applicants must be eligible for Home Tuition Fees
    • Applicants must hold an offer to study on a full-time Master’s course at WMG, University of Warwick commencing October 2022
    • The award will be paid towards tuition fees only and cannot be paid in cash or towards accommodation or maintenance costs
    • This is a merit-based scholarship. Applicants should have a strong academic track-record.

    Subject Area:

    Full-time Taught Masters in WMG.

    Source of Funding:

    Department funding

    Fee Status:

    Home

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    Number of Awards:

    20

    Value of Awards:

    £10,000

    Applications to this scholarship can be made by filling out the application form here.

    Application Deadline:

    Wednesday 1st June. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis so early application is recommended.

    Contact Details:

    If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please contact wmgscholarships@warwick.ac.uk.



    Women of Pakistan Scholarship

    Open to International students only.

    The Law School is offering one full-fee scholarships to a female Pakistani applicant who have submitted an application for one of our LLM programmes.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Must have submitted an application for one of our LLM programmes and be a female national of Pakistan.

    Subject Area:

    Law

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Number of Awards:

    One full-fee scholarship.

    You can apply via our online application form.

    Application Deadline:

    The closing date to apply for this scholarship is 31 March 2022.

    You must have submitted an application to study on our LLM programme before applying for this scholarship.

    Next Steps:

    Once a decision has been reached, all applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via email.

    Results of the Law School LLM Scholarships will be communicated through email by the end of May 2022. Please do not contact the Law School before this date to enquire about results.

    Contact Details:

    law at warwick dot ac dot uk



    Li Xiaoming Bursary

    Open to International only.

    Li Xiaoming graduated from Warwick in 2009. He was tragically killed in the devastating Haiti earthquake of 2010 whilst serving his country as a United Nations Peacekeeper. Li Xiaoming was an exceptional student with an outstanding career ahead of him, he was also a compassionate and caring individual who was very popular with all those at Warwick who knew him. This bursary is in memory of a much-missed student.

    Li Xiaoming dedicated his life to serving his country. Therefore, as well as being an outstanding student and from the People's Republic of China, this bursary will be awarded to the student who is able to demonstrate how their study at Warwick and future career will contribute to society.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    Applicants must:

    • Be a national of the People's Republic of China
    • Have applied for a taught masters course starting October 2022.
    • Demonstrate how their study at Warwick and future career will contribute to society.

    Source of Funding:

    The University of Warwick

    Fee Status:

    Overseas

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    Value of Awards:

    The University of Warwick will offer one Li Xiaoming Bursary for the 2022/23 academic year, worth up to £20,000. This bursary will be provided in the form of payment of up to £20,000 towards tuition fees.

    Process

    1. Eligible applicants will automatically be considered for this bursary by their academic department. Please note that applicants cannot apply directly for this bursary.
    2. Departments may nominate one candidate for the Li Xiaoming Bursary by Friday 17 June 2022.
    3. Results will be communicated to departments and the successful scholar by Friday 1 July 2022.

    Please visit the Li Xiaoming Bursary webpage for more information.

    Contact details: doctoralcollege@warwick.ac.uk


    If you have a question

    We hope that you should be able to find all the information you need about the scholarships available at Warwick, but if you still have a question please contact our scholarships team.

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