One of the most critical elements when considering postgraduate study is how much it will cost. We understand that studying for a Masters is a large financial and personal investment, so we want to make it as easy as possible for you to access essential funding.
To make the most of the funding opportunities you need to make sure you know what is available, whether you are eligible and how you need to apply.
Many postgraduates are self-financed, however financial support may be available for both taught programmes (normally for one year) and research (normally up to three years) through a range of studentships and sponsorships.
There are a number of ways you can fund your postgraduate studies, some of which are outlined below.
Business School Scholarships
We have six full-time scholarships, each worth £1,000, and six part-time scholarships, each worth £500, awarded as a tuition fee discount, available for the academic year 2017/18. These will be awarded to the most dedicated applicants who make a commitment to being an advocate of their programme, the Faculty and the University.
To support our postgraduate students, we will be offering a number of postgraduate scholarships for applicants who wish to study postgraduate degrees at the business school in September 2017 entry. Details of these scholarships, and how you can apply for them, will be announced on this page in spring 2017. In the meantime, you can view all university scholarships below.
Postgraduate loans for full-time and part-time study
Support is available for students who are applying to study a postgraduate Masters course, with a postgraduate loan of up to £10,000. This is to assist and support you with your course fees and living costs.
If you have already completed an undergraduate degree (not including HND or Foundation degree), PGCE or GDL with us, and meet our requirements for a postgraduate taught programme, you may be able to receive 10% off your tuition fee.
We know the option to pay upfront will not suit everyone’s finances. Many of our students opt to join one of the University’s agreed instalment schemes, with three manageable payments spread out over the year. However, if your fees are over £5,000, you will need to make an initial payment before joining an instalment scheme.