The 2017-18 tuition fee for UK and EU students is £9,250 per year and £22,260 for overseas full-time students.
The fee includes registration, tuition, examination, and graduation. It excludes: study materials, re-examination (re-sits), residential accommodation, meals, travel, graduation robes and photographs.
You will typically need between £9,000 and £13,500 for living costs during your studies. For information on living costs, see the University's cost of living pages.
Help with funding
The Student Funding team offers advice and guidance on all aspects of student financial support. This includes government grants and loans as well as non-repayable help provided through the Warwick Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries Programme. They also administer the Access to Learning Fund and other University Hardship Funds.
The University’s International Office holds lots of information on scholarships for overseas students.
Multi-cultural Scholars’ Programme
Our Multi-cultural Scholars’ Programme is for students who are UK residents, and who are of Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Caribbean or African origin. For further details please see the Multi-cultural Scholars’ Programme.
Year abroad fees
Students are eligible to participate in the ERASMUS scheme if studying in Europe, students will pay reduced fees to Warwick and receive a small grant. All students studying or working elsewhere in the world also pay reduced fees to Warwick.
More information is available on the University's Student Finance page here.