The fee for 2019 entry is £39,950. To secure your place on the course you must lodge a £2,500 deposit with us within four weeks of receiving your offer. The deposit is part of the total fee, not an additional cost. Read more about how to pay at the University's finance pages.
The fee includes:
You can pay your tuition fee in a lump sum at the start of the academic year or can opt to pay in instalments with the following payment schedule:
Choosing to complete an MBA either full or part-time requires significant investment both in terms of cost and time. To support this investment, various funding sources are available. The sources set out below are those which have been brought to the attention of the University as being specifically designed for/aimed at MBA students. They are not exhaustive - other funding sources and products may be available. The University does not specifically recommend or endorse these sources/products and the content set out below has been provided by the relevant funding provider and is not independently verified by the University. Students should consider sources and types of funding carefully and ensure that it meets their precise needs - not all funding is appropriate for all students.
Prodigy Finance offers alumni-funded loans to international students at the world’s top business schools, including Warwick Business School.
While banks base their loan decisions on historical salaries, Prodigy looks to the future and assess applicants’ future earning potential (based on the past achievements of similar graduates) to determine loan affordability. Their international model allows them to offer competitive rates to over 150 nationalities of students.
Interest rates vary depending on individual applicants. Once you have accepted your place at WBS, you can apply directly through Prodigy’s online platform. The loan amount is capped at 80% of the cost of attendance (tuition fee minus the initial deposit paid and minus any scholarships). The loan can be used for tuition fees only and does not include living expenses. See more detail about the terms and conditions, and how to apply for a loan on Prodigy’s website.
Why choose Prodigy?
Prodigy Finance Ltd is incorporated in the United Kingdom (Company Number 05912562) and registered with the Office of the Information Commissioner (Reg. No. Z9851854). Prodigy Finance Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and entered on the Financial Services Register under firm registration number 612713. Prodigy's registered address is Palladium House 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD
Please note that other sources of funding may be available.
Future Finance offers smart, flexible loans to help you reach your potential, when government student loans and scholarships are not enough.
Further details of eligibility requirements, interest rates and other key terms of the loan are available by visiting the Future Finance website
Please note that other sources of funding may be available.
Future Finance Loan Corporation Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority; Firm Reference Number 719436. It is a registered limited company incorporated in Ireland, with company registration number 527170. Its registered address is 6th Floor, 2 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2. Future Finance is a registered trademark of Future Finance Loan Corporation Limited.
You can apply for a Postgraduate Master's Loan as a contribution towards your course and living costs. Postgraduate Loans have to be paid back. If you have a disability, including a mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia or dyspraxia, you might be able to get Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs). DSAs don’t have to be paid back. Postgraduate students can apply for DSAs even if they aren’t eligible for a Postgraduate Loan.
Whether you're eligible for a Postgraduate Loan depends on:
You can find the full eligibility criteria on the gov.uk website.
If you’re studying full time the course can last for one or two years. If you’re studying part time you can study for two years (for the equivalent one year full-time course) or up to four years (for the equivalent two year full-time course).
EU students, who don’t normally live in England, will also be able to get a Postgraduate Loan for a Master’s course at an English university or college.
Applications for postgraduate loans will open in June 2018. Here are our top tips:
For further information please visit http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/academicoffice/funding/fundingyourstudies/pgloans
We are a Professional and Career Development Loans registered Learning Provider, registration number 2967. A Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial bank loan that you can use to help pay for work-related learning. For further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit www.gov.uk/career-development-loans or contact the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900. The University needs to check, sign and stamp an application form for a Professional and Career Development loan before submission to a bank. Completed forms should be sent to Head of Student Finance, Senate House, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL or handed in to the Student Reception in Senate House.
Please note that the Professional Career Development Loans (PCDL) will close to borrowers in 2019. The final date for students to submit applications, including top ups to any existing loans, will be Friday 25th January 2019. The learner must start the course by 24th March 2019.
A number of scholarships are available to students admitted onto the Warwick Full-Time MBA. This is to promote gender, geographic and sector diversity, alongside recognition for academic and professional excellence. WBS scholarships are highly competitive and awarded on the basis of three broad criteria:
Successful applicants would be expected to work closely with the marketing and recruitment teams in order to attract future candidates onto the programme. The scholarships available are up to 50% of fees, but in truly exceptional cases can be more. Scholarships are allocated in the following areas:
A small number of bursaries are available to candidates experiencing economic hardship for reasons beyond their control e.g. severe economic downturn in an economy.
Those interested in applying for a scholarship should write a separate essay (up to 300 words) outlining why they believe that they are a worthy candidate. Applicants need not necessarily specify which scholarship they wish to apply for as the scholarship committee will consider which specific scholarship would be most suitable.
The scholarship committee will decide on scholarship awards on an ongoing basis during the recruitment cycle but applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early. For deadline dates, visit our apply section.