MSc Global Central Banking
and Financial Regulation

Fees and Funding

There are three intakes per academic year. These are October, February and June.

The fees are.*

  • 21/22 Postgraduate Award (Single module) £3,650
    22/23 Postgraduate Award (Single module) £3,725
  • 21/22 MSc £29,200
    22/23 MSc £29,800

The fee for the full MSc is broken down as follows:

Intake Year 1  Year 2  Year 3  Total
21/22 £10,950  £10,950  £7,300 £29,200
22/23 £11,175 £11,175 £7,450 £29,800

Fees are the same for both UK and international students. If you have chosen the MSc route you will study the Research Methods & Dissertation module in Year 3. If you have chosen to complete your MSc by building up your individual Award credits, then you may undertake the Research Methods & Dissertation module after you have completed six 20 credit modules. The fee for the Research Methods & Dissertation module is £7,300 if you start in academic year 21/22 and £7,450 if you start in the academic year 22/23. 

Read more about how to pay at the University's finance pages

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.

If you choose to study the full MSc then you will be invoiced annually at the start of each year of study. 

Included and excluded from fees

The fee includes study materials, registration, tuition, assessments and graduation ceremony. It does not include any travel or accommodation costs for attending graduation, graduation robes (£45) or photographs (£15 - £200).

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.

How to pay

You can pay your tuition fee in a lump sum at the start of your studies, or you can pay in instalments. Please see the University of Warwick’s student finance pages for the most current information.

Self-funding students can either pay the annual tuition fee at the start of each year or can opt to pay in instalments with the following payment schedule:

  • 50% of tuition fees due on the first day of your academic year
  • 25% of tuition fees due on first day of month 4 of your academic year
  • 25% of tuition fees due on first day of month 7 of your academic year

* Please note that invoices will state the academic year (which runs September to August) your start date falls in rather than the actual year of your study. Only successful participants on the full MSc will be eligible to attend the graduation ceremony.


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


In partnership with the Bank of England, we are delighted to announce up to eight bursary awards available, covering 50% of the programme fees, for qualifying candidates from central banks in developing and emerging markets countries starting in October 2021. The deadline to apply is midnight (GMT) on Friday 28 May 2021. For more information including how to apply click here.

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