The Warwick Marshal Scholarship is presented only for one US citizen annually for undertaking a postgraduate taught or research degree at Warwick University. It is normally up to two years. The scholarship includes the fees of university with full overseas rate, annual book grant, cost of living expenses, thesis grant, research and daily travel grants, a contribution towards the support of a dependent spouse, if applicable, and fares to and from the US. Students must apply to the University by the normal admission process to participate. Applicants should be noting on the applications to the Fulbright Commission that they want to apply for a ‘Fulbright-Warwick bespoke award’. You need to fill an application form be eligible for the scholarship.
Applicants must be citizens of US. They must be holding their first undergraduate degree from an accredited four-year college or university in the US. They must have achieved a grade that is not less than 3.7 or A- on the undergraduate degree. They must have graduated from the first undergraduate university or college after April 2010. They should have studied or holding a degree or equivalent qualification from a British University.
Recipients must enroll on a degree that can be completed within two years. Applicants must consider a course of study for their second year in case they wish to undertake a one-year postgraduate programme at Warwick University or other UK institution. Students will have to apply to the Marshal Commission for the third funding year in case they are awarded a place on a doctoral programme at Warwick University.