Fees and funding
Law School Departmental Scholarships
We are proud to announce that we are now offering up to 4 new full fee scholarships for outstanding candidates studying for an LLM at Warwick. These awards are open to all applicants both home and overseas and have no country restructions. You must already hold an offer from the Law School and be able to meet the English language requirements. Only candidates with an outstanding academic performance in law or a related subject degree will be considered. We also value relevant work experience.
No separate application form is necessary. To apply, please email an application statement (maximum of 500 words) to Sara Prestleton outlining the reasons why you feel you deserve the award. Please clearly state your Warwick student ID and name on your statement. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of May.
DEADLINE: 31st March 2016
- Number Available: 1
- Amount: 50% of tuition fees
- Coverage: Female nationals who are resident in Pakistan
- Available for: All taught LLM programmes
To apply for this award, please contact Sara Prestleton (as above) by 31st March 2016.
The University of Warwick is pleased to announce its involvement with the GREAT Britain scholarship scheme on offer to students from India, wishing to study taught Masters degrees.
The Law School is offering two awards of £3000 across all our LLM programmes. To apply you must be an Indian national residing in India and not in receipt of any other funding. Further details can be found on the International Office webpages.
DEADLINE: 9th March 2015. To apply please email your interest to Sara Prestleton, stating your name and Warwick ID number.
For further details of our activities in India please see our Warwick in India pages.
It has not yet been confirmed whether these awards will be offered for 2016/17.
This scholarship is jointly funded by the Department for International Development and Warwick Law School. It is intended to help students from developing Commonwealth countries to follow postgraduate courses related to the economic and social development of their home country.
There is 1 award available which covers full fees and maintenance for the LLM in International Development Law and Human Rights.
Please visit the Commonwealth website for details of eligibility, application forms and deadlines. Applicants must already hold an offer for the LLM and have met the English Language requirement before applying for this award.
For further information contact: The Graduate School, The University of Warwick Tel: +44 24 7657 3866 Email: email@example.com
The University offers a range of additional scholarships. For further information, deadlines and eligibility criteria, please click here
Awards worth £10,000 are available to Home/EU students. For more specific details of eligibility, how to apply and deadlines please visit the Academic Office webpages.
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Chancellor's International Scholarships
Chancellor's International Scholarships are made available for the most outstanding international PhD applicants. Awards made will be up to 3.5 years* of full time funding and include:
- The full payment of overseas tuition fees and a maintenance stipend.
*Current first year PhD students who are successful will be allocated a scholarship for a maximum of 2.5 years.
Further details of this award can be found here.
DEADLINE: 13th January 2016
Law School Research Scholarships
The Law School is offering two further research awards for Doctoral students. The award will cover full fees and a stipend (equivalent to that of the UK National Research Council funding rates).
The scholarships will be awarded for the standard period of three years. Applications are welcomed from Home, EU and International students.
Applicants must have applied for a place on the Research programme and supplied all required supporting documentation. Please express your interest in being considered for this award to S.E.Prestleton@warwick.ac.uk before the following deadline: 28th February 2015.
Please make sure you have submitted a formal application before expressing interest in being considered for the scholarship.
This award is open to new applicants ONLY.
To be confirmed is this is available for 2016/17.
Faculty of Social Science ESRC Doctoral Training Centre Studentships
The ESRC Doctoral Training Centre at the University of Warwick covers a range of subjects and interdisciplinary training pathways.
We are now inviting applications for ESRC Doctoral Studentships, starting from October 2015 onwards. The funding covers fees, maintenance stipend and support for training.
Further details can be found here.
AHRC Doctoral Award
More details on AHRC doctoral awards are available here.
This competition, unlike most postgraduate funding, is open to Home, EU, and Overseas students from all disciplines at Warwick.
A range of scholarships are available to study in the UK, at either undergraduate, Master's or PhD study.
For further information, please see http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/
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