Funding

We can help you find information about scholarships, loans and other funding options open to you. When it comes to funding, it’s important to start early. Once you’ve found a place on a course, get in touch to find out the funding options open to you.

4 ways to fund your postgraduate studies

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Loans

Students can now take advantage of the government’s plans to make loans of up to £10,906 available for postgraduate study. The loans are available for any subject and are a contribution to costs including fees and living costs.

More about loans

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Bursaries and other options

A number of organisations offer bursaries ranging from £500 to £5,000 which you won’t need to pay back. We also have further information about Disabled Students Allowance, and Teacher Training bursaries.

More about bursaries

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Midlands4Cities funding

Midlands4Cities offer prestigious, fully funded Arts and Humanities PhD scholarships provided by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

More about Midlands4Cities

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Self funding

You can fund your postgraduate study from savings or use money made available from family. You could approach employers, who may be able to fund the study. Students often combine working with their study too.

More about self funding