The Warwick Graduate School awards around 100 scholarships each year for outstanding students who wish to pursue a PhD. Competition for the awards is extremely intense. Normally, awards go to applicants with a first class degree or distinction at Master’s level (or the equivalent from overseas). Applications are discouraged from those who fall significantly below this level. -Are you an outstanding student who is interested in studying for a PhD at one of the UK’s top research-led universities? – Would you like to receive an attractive funding package to support your studies? Annually, the Graduate School coordinates a single competition for Chancellor’s Scholarships, Chancellor’s International Scholarships, AHRC Doctoral Awards and Wolfson Foundation Scholarships. Students and applicants who are eligible to apply for any of the awards listed above complete one application form to be automatically considered for all the awards for which they are eligible for in the PGR Scholarships competition.
-You must be a PhD student at, or applicant to, the University of Warwick. -PGR Scholarships are not available to support Master’s degrees, either taught or by research, nor for any other category of degree course. -PhD applicants must be applying, or have already applied, for a place at the University in order to make a scholarship application. A single, combined application form is used for the application for both admission and the scholarship. -All conditions, if any, of your offer of admission must be met in order for you to take up a PGR Scholarship, although if you are a PhD student permitted to provisionally enroll with one condition of your offer outstanding then the Scholarship will cover the period of provisional enrolment.