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Warwick UG Scholarship Announcement – 2021

 Warwick now has international undergraduate scholarships for 2021 entry. A commitment to international diversity is at the heart of our decision to offer undergraduate financial support, following the upcoming changes of fee status for EU/EEA/Swiss students for the 2021 academic year. We greatly value the contribution for European students (and indeed staff) to make academic community, and hope that the expansion of financial support may make study possible for more high-achieving European students.

 

University of Warwick Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarships

The University of Warwick will offer 250 Scholarships to international fee-paying students for 2021 entry. The new Warwick Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarship Scheme will be available for international students who hold an offer with the University for an Undergraduate course for 2021.  Warwick will offer:

  • 20 full tuition fee scholarships
  • 160 scholarships of £13,000
  • 70 scholarships of £2,000

Each award will be payable for successive years, and for the full duration of students’ undergraduate degree courses, including integrated Master’s.

https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/studentfunding/scholarships-and-bursaries/warwickglobalexcellencescholarship2021

 

University of Warwick Fees 2021

Undergraduate fees are listed on Warwick’s Academic Office pages: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/academicoffice/finance/fees/overseasfees

 

UK Nationals living in Europe

The UK Government and Student Loans Company England) have provided some updates over the summer:

  1. Assessing eligibility for Home fee status: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-nationals-in-the-eea-and-switzerland-access-to-higher-education-and-19-further-education#higher-and-19-further-education-courses-starting-from-1-august-2021
  2. Student Loans Company 2021 Guide https://media.slc.co.uk/sfe/2021/ft/sfe_how_you_are_assessed_and_paid_guide_2021_o.pdf (see Section 2 – ‘Do I Qualify?’)

The relevant section from the first of these links states that:

‘For courses starting from 1 August 2021, you will continue to be eligible for home fee status and be able to access HE and FE student finance or be funded for a 19+ FE course as long as:

  • you are living in the EEA or Switzerland on 31 December 2020, and either:
  • you lived in England immediately before moving there, and you have lived in the EEA, Switzerland, the UK or Gibraltar for at least the last 3 years before starting a course in the UK
  • you did not live in the UK immediately before living there, and have lived in the EEA, Switzerland, the UK or Gibraltar for at least 3 years before starting a course in England
  • you have lived continuously in the EEA, Switzerland, the UK or Gibraltar between 31 December 2020 and the start of your course
  • the course starts before 1 January 2028

Mara Brown

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