MSc Finance & Economics
Fees and Funding
The fee for 2021 entry is £30,500 for home students and £35,500 for EU and international students.
This is payable at the start of the year but to secure your place on the course you must lodge a £1,500 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.
Included and excluded from fees
The fee includes registration, tuition, examination and graduation (Please note: robes and photographs will need to be paid in addition to tuition fees). It does not include study materials, residential accommodation, meals or travel. For information on living costs see the University's cost of living pages.
WBS Scholarships of up to 50% towards tuition fees are offered to applicants with an outstanding academic background. All suitable applicants to the MSc will be considered for these scholarships at the time they apply.
University of Warwick students (progressing directly from undergraduate study at Warwick) who are offered a place with WBS will receive a 25% scholarship (with 10% of this scholarship coming from the Warwick Alumni Discount Scheme), with outstanding students receiving up to 50% in total.
All applicants who are offered a scholarship will be notified at the time they are made an offer for the MSc.
Warwick and External Scholarships
You can also access a range of scholarships from the University of Warwick and external organisations, from the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme, to Chevening Scholarships, and many more. For details of other scholarships, please see the University's scholarship pages.
Country-specific partnerships and scholarships
Please view the list of country-specific partnership and scholarship options available to our international applicants.
Financing your Masters
Choosing to complete a Masters full-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 Masters 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.
Please note that other sources of funding may be available.