Find out about the many different funding routes available for Undergraduate study at Warwick, including a number of undergraduate scholarships and bursaries to full-time undergraduate students.
Search for scholarships
Find scholarship and funding opportunities on our Undergraduate Scholarships web page for 2023 entry. You will find details about:
- The scholarships available (including selection and eligibility criteria)
- Award details (number and value of awards)
- How to apply
Fees and financial support
Funding your studies
Find out how much it costs to study an Undergraduate course at Warwick, including:
- Tuition fees and course costs
- Living costs
- UK and EU student loans
Part-time fee waiver
If you are completing an Undergraduate course part-time, find out more about our fee waiver.
Extra financial support
If you have special circumstances you may be eligible for some extra support from the government to help with living and learning costs. This will be in the form of a grant, so you won’t have to repay this money. You can apply for:
- Disabled Students’ Allowances if you have a disability, specific learning difficulty, a long-term health condition or mental health condition. Learn more about support for disabled students at Warwick.
- Parents’ Learning Allowance and Childcare Grant if you have care of a child
- Adult Dependants’ Grant if you have an adult that relies on you financially
Learn more about the Hardship funds available to Undergraduate UK and International students.
Find a bursary
Warwick Undergraduate Bursary
We provide extra financial support for qualifying students from lower income families. The Warwick Undergraduate Bursary is an annual award of up to £3,000 per annum. It is intended to help with course-related costs and you do not have to pay it back.
Our Warwick Scholars programme provides access to bespoke activities alongside academic, personal and professional development opportunities throughout your time here at Warwick. The programme is for students who have engaged with, and successfully completed, one of our post-16 programmes (having undertaken your post-16 studies within the past two years). Places are also offered to any Care Leavers or Sanctuary Scholars starting your undergraduate studies here at Warwick.
Warwick Foyer and Care Leavers' Bursary
A £1,000 p.a. Warwick Foyer Bursary will be paid to Foyer residents, Care Leavers and students who have been in continuous full-time education and were in receipt of Income Support and Housing Benefit under the age of 19.
Warwick Music Centre bursaries
Bursaries from Warwick's Music Centre are available on a yearly basis, providing financial help towards music lessons.
External bursary schemes
- Leverhulme Trade Charities TrustLink opens in a new window offers a limited number of bursaries to support undergraduate students in financial hardship.
- The Royal Television SocietyLink opens in a new window offers two bursary schemes each year to undergraduates from lower income backgrounds intending to pursue a career in television. As well as offering a helping hand to those wanting to study television production, they are also keen to encourage undergraduates studying computing or engineering who might consider a career in the technical side of the television industry.
- Hampton Lucy Educational Trust offers grants available to help students who are aged under 25 and who are permanently resident in the parishes of Hampton Lucy, Charlecote, Wasperton and Alveston in Warwickshire.
- Churches Together Hardship FundLink opens in a new window offers grants to assist full-time international students, irrespective of their race, gender or religion, who are already in Britain and Ireland and who are facing unexpected financial problems during the final stages of their course.
- Westham House Fund
- The Talented Athlete Scholarship SchemeLink opens in a new window is a partnership between National Governing Bodies of sport and Educational Institutions, designed especially to cater for the needs of athletes within the education system during higher and further education.