- Country: United Kingdom
- Scholarship Type: Merit-based
- Institutions: Warwick University
- Funded by: Warwick University
- Tuition Type: Full tuition and Half Tuition
- Degree Program: Undergraduate Programme
- Scholarship Amount: $32,500 per year paid fortnightly plus Tuition Fee waiver
- Separate Application Required?: Not needed
- Deadline: 20th March, 2024
During 2023, Warwick granted scholarship funds amounting to nearly £1.5 million, benefiting students hailing from over 40 distinct nationalities globally. The awards comprised 20 scholarships covering full fees, 160 scholarships at half-fee, and 70 awards each valued at £2,000.
For the year 2024, the overall funding allocated for the scholarship program will match that of 2023, but the distribution of awards for 2024 is presently being reviewed.
To be eligible for the scholarship, candidates must:
- Be funding their own studies
- Be categorized as paying ‘overseas’ or ‘international’ fees
- Have lodged an application for a full-time undergraduate program at the University of Warwick for the start of the autumn term in 2024, following the UCAS submission deadline of January 31, 2024. Eligible courses span all disciplines (Foundation courses included but MBChB courses are exempt). For comprehensive details of undergraduate programs, please see the study pages.
- Ensure that your scholarship application is submitted no later than 12:00pm BST on Wednesday, March 20, 2024
- By May 16, 2024, you should have received a formal offer to commence your studies at Warwick in September 2024.
How to Apply
The application process will commence on February 1, 2024. Qualified international applicants will receive communication providing the necessary information to properly apply for the scholarship.
Steps to Apply
It’s important to be aware that before applying for the scholarship, you must create an IT account, a process that may require up to 48 hours for verification.
After your account is verified, several sections of the application will be auto-filled.
The form will clearly highlight any sections that require additional supporting details or personal statements from you.
Candidates will need to respond to the prompt, “What makes you excellent?”
The purpose of this inquiry is to gain insight into your driving passions, the way in which your exceptional qualities could contribute to the Warwick community, and how you envision your education and experiences at Warwick will equip you to improve the world after your graduation.
In your response, feel free to mention academic achievements, success in extracurricular activities, and personal triumphs. However, ensure that your answer is distinct and does not simply replicate your personal statement.
Upon submission of your scholarship application, an automated email will be sent to you confirming that we have received your submission. Although applications will be evaluated as admissions offers are issued by the University, the shortlisting process will only commence after all applications have been completely processed.
Scholarship decisions will be communicated before the UCAS deadline for replying, which falls on the 8th of June, to aid you in making well-informed decisions about your firm and insurance choices.
The University will begin evaluating scholarship applications concurrently with the Admissions office issuing offers. You will be informed about the result of your scholarship application by email after all applications have been reviewed and the Awards Panel has convened.