Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation qualifications

MSc Fees (2022/23 intake)

  • Year 1 £11,175
  • Year 2 £11,175
  • Year 3 £7,450
  • Total £29,800

Postgraduate Award Fees (2022/23 intake)

  • Individual module £3,725*

If you choose to study on an individual module basis then no deposit is due and payment will be due on invoice. The invoice will be issued a week before the start of each module.

Please note that the individual module fee relates only to the 20 credit modules. The fee for the Research Methods & Dissertation module is £7,450 if you start in the academic year 22/23. 

If you choose to study the full MSc then you will be invoiced annually at the start of each year of study. Read more about how to pay at the University's finance pages

What’s included

  • Registration
  • Tuition
  • Examination
  • Graduation ceremony

What’s not included

  • Study materials
  • Residential accommodation
  • Re-examination re-sits
  • Meals
  • Travel
  • Graduation robes and photographs

Funding your degree

We have scholarship funding available to candidates admitted onto the full MSc. The deadline for scholarship application is set as the first application deadline. 

We will still consider scholarship applications received after this date, but would strongly encourage an early application. Scholarships are awarded on an ongoing basis, so candidates who apply early will have a stronger chance of being successful.

If you are a self-funded candidate and interested in applying for a scholarship please indicate through the drop down box on your application form and you will be automatically considered. 


As part of the WBS – Bank of England collaboration to support technical co-operation and to create a constituency for good financial regulation, we are delighted to announce the availability of up to eight 50% tuition fee bursary awards to qualifying candidates from central banks in emerging market and developing countries that are starting their MSc in October 2023.

Bursary applications are closed until Spring 2023 for the October 2023 intake. Please download the PDF for more information.

Fees and Funding

Employer sponsorship

You may wish to consider approaching your employer for sponsorship. To assist you in successfully negotiating support from your employer and preparing your case for sponsorship we have designed the Funding the MSc Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation brochure.

You can download the Funding / Sponsorship brochure here.

Financing your Masters

Choosing to complete a Masters 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. 

Prodigy Finance Loan
Prodigy Finance Loan

Prodigy Finance offers alumni-funded loans to international students at the world’s top business schools, including Warwick Business School. 

Lendwise Loan for Postgraduate Education
Lendwise Loan for Postgraduate Education

Lendwise is a UK-based specialist loan provider dedicated to education finance for students who are looking to fund their studies at world-class universities and business schools.

Postgraduate Loan for a Master's Degree
Postgraduate Loan for a Master's Degree

You can apply for a Postgraduate Master's Loan as a contribution towards your course and living costs.