The scholarships aims to make sure that a Warwick degree is accessible for every academically talented. It will help students covering costs related to courses.
Students will be getting a Warwick National Scholarship directly that values £3,000 if their family income is below £16,001. They will get £2,000 if their family income is greater than £16,000 and less than £25,001, £1,000 if their family income is greater than £25,000 and less than £35,001 or £500 if their family income is greater than £35,000 and less than £42,621.
Applicants must be home students who were enrolled on the first full-time (inc. 2+1) undergraduate courses through Warwick that will start in September. The family income per year, assessed by the Student Finance England, should be lower than £42,621. They should be in receipt of a maintenance grant or other special support grant. For your sixth form education have been educated at a state college or school in England or have received a full fee paying means0tested bursary that is at an Independent school at England or last at partial means tested bursry that is indicative of income lower than £25,001 per year.