The University of Warwick

The University of Warwick


We’re a world-leading university with the highest academic and research standards. Warwick is a place of challenge, where we’ll encourage you to question your existing ideas and to stretch yourself academically. If you’re motivated by intellectual curiosity, then you’ll want to discover new ways of thinking. You can make that happen at Warwick, in a research-rich environment that nurtures your desire to ask questions and challenge convention. Born out of boldness, imagination and collaboration between the City of Coventry and the County of Warwickshire, from the moment the first 450 students arrived on its 400-acre campus in 1965, we’ve been forward-focused. Whatever your motivations, and whatever your background, you can feel at home here. Our welcoming campus is safe and supportive, but never dull with new experiences around every corner. You’ll be part of a truly cosmopolitan student community over 145 nationalities, and enjoy easy access to top entertainment, culture and historical attractions in the local area. With world-class sporting facilities, a major arts centre and a huge choice of places to meet, eat and relax on your doorstep too, you’ll enjoy an experience that extends far beyond study. The great thing about your university experience is that its yours to create. Sharing interests and experiences is also one of the quickest ways to make new friendships. With more than 300 student-run societies and sports clubs, you have countless opportunities to make your time at Warwick whatever you want it to be.


Scholarships and grants

Undergraduate Scholarships

Warwick Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarship
• 20 x Full fee scholarships including 5 awards dedicated to students from the Ashinaga Association, to be awarded per year for duration of Undergraduate course
• 160 x £13,000 scholarships per year for duration of Undergraduate course
• 70 x £2,000 scholarships per year for duration of Undergraduate course
• Be self-funded*
• Be classed as an 'overseas' or ‘international-fee paying’ student for tuition fee purposes
• Have applied for a full-time undergraduate course at the University of Warwick starting in 2022 before the UCAS application deadline of 26 January 2022. The course can be from any subject area (including our Foundation courses, but excluding the MBChB course). For a full list of our undergraduate courses, please visit our study pages.

Submit the scholarship application before 23.59 on Monday 28th February 2022
By 20th May 2022 you must be in receipt of an offer of a place to study at Warwick starting September 2022
Applicants will be required to answer the question “What makes you excellent?”. Applications for this scholarship will open in early 2022. Eligible international applicants who apply to study an undergraduate degree or International Foundation Programme at the University of Warwick will be contacted with details on how to formally apply for the scholarship when the application portal opens. Responses are limited to 400 words.

Postgraduate scholarships
For the latest updates on postgraduate scholarships, please see our web page here:

Postgraduate departmental scholarships

WBS Scholarships:
Masters: The most talented applicants for 2022 entry will be automatically considered. No additional application form is required.
MBA: For MBA programmes, a 300 word written statement will be required.
For both the Masters and MBA courses, there is no deadline for applications, but we advise you to apply as soon as possible.

Warwick Chemistry Overseas Taught Masters Scholarship:
Chemistry Overseas Taught Masters Scholarship: Up to two scholarships are available for 2022/23 entry with a £12,500 bursary. Award is conditional on commencement of the course.
Chemistry Taught MSc applicants with an offer by 30 April 2022 to qualify.
Application deadline: 31 March 2022.

Department of Economics:
Applicants for the MRes Economics programme may be eligible for a fee waiver and maintenance award. Applicants will be automatically considered, no separate application required.

Department of Education Excellence scholarship and Winston scholarships:
Funding on the Winston scholarship is offered for MA Drama and Theatre Education offer holders. Funding on the Excellence scholarship is available for all applicants for an MA in Education Studies starting October 2022. Award is towards academic fees of £10,000 (overseas). Application deadline: 1st June 2022 12 midnight (GMT)

Law Masters Scholarships:
The School of Law has up to two full fee scholarships available to outstanding Home or Overseas applicants. Before applying, applicants must have submitted an application to study one of our LLM courses starting in October 2022.

Eligibility: LLM applicants of any fee status
Value: full payment of academic fees
Deadline: 31 March 2022

School of Life Sciences (SLS) Excellence Scholarship:
Offers a 50% reduction of course fees for the 2022/23 academic year on all MSc programmes for successful applicants who are either self or partially funded. Students must complete a Scholarship Application in order to be considered for an SLS Excellence Scholarship.
Closing deadlines: 8 February & 1 June 2022

WMG (Excellence Scholarships):
50+ awards ranging from 10% to 50% tuition fee discount awarded on academic and professional merit.
Closing deadline: 1 April 2021
NB: Where an offer of study is received after the deadline, scholarship applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

WMG regional bursary (Turkey):
Turkish students applying for a WMG Master's course, will automatically be entitled to a 25% tuition fee discount. Bursary holders may also be considered for a WMG Excellence Scholarship (for the chance to receive up to 50% tuition fee discount).
Closing deadlines: within four weeks of receiving your offer.

Studying in the UK doesn’t mean staying in the UK only! UK universities are offering many different study abroad opportunities, from semesters to a full year abroad, all part of your UK degree. This webinar will explore mobility programmes and the UK’s new Turing scheme, which will fund your time abroad. You will hear how you can join a summer school or go on a short study placement anywhere in the world – from Australia to Zambia and anywhere in between!
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby currently looks after Student Recruitment from Northern Europe but has been working in Higher Education at University of Warwick for 6 years and has previous experience in the workings of the central undergraduate admissions team as well as Warwick Business Schools undergraduate programme operations.
Almut Caspary, Higher Education and Science Lead, British Council EU Region
Almut Caspary, Higher Education and Science Lead, British Council EU Region
Hello everyone! I lead the British Council higher education portfolio across the EU region. I work with our country teams to support student exchange and mobility to the UK. Before joining the British Council, I’ve worked in research and science management at universities and research institutes in the UK and Germany – and came to UK as a European student over 20 years ago.
Participating Universities
The University of Warwick
Ask the British Council
The UK has helped shape the face of modern economics, inspiring both how it’s applied in practice and how it’s taught around the globe. The UK is also home to three of the world’s best universities for economics. So, if you want to understand how – and why – money makes the world go round, there’s no better place to start your studies and give your career a kick-start. Through your degree in Economics you will develop knowledge and interdisciplinary skills that will help you achieve your career goals. Join this webinar to learn about Economics degree programmes, work experience and career prospects.
Matthew Gould
Matthew Gould
Lecturer in Economics at Brunel University London
Elakiya Ananthakrishnan
Elakiya Ananthakrishnan
Warwick Economics Society's Summit Overall Coordinator at Warwick University
Dr Jiawen Li
Dr Jiawen Li
Lecturer at Lancaster University
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby currently looks after Student Recruitment from Northern Europe but has been working in Higher Education at University of Warwick for 6 years and has previous experience in the workings of the central undergraduate admissions team as well as Warwick Business Schools undergraduate programme operations.
Participating Universities
Brunel University
The University of Warwick
Lancaster University
The UK has a unique reputation for medicine, and one of the most famous healthcare systems in the world. A Masters degree in medicine can help you decide if you want to pursue a career in medicine (ie as a doctor) or an alternative career in another aspect of medicine. There is a whole range of specialisms within the area of postgraduate medicine which can be surgical or clinical. Join this session to find out why studying medicine in the UK puts you at the leading edge of medical practice and ensuring you have the best possible start to your career.
Dr Jeffrey Vernon
Dr Jeffrey Vernon
Imperial College London
Rebecca Evans
Rebecca Evans
The University of Warwick
John Alcolado
John Alcolado
University of Chester
Participating Universities
Imperial College London
The University of Warwick
University of Chester


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