There are a number of sources of funding available for Masters students at our School, listed in the table below. These include QMUL bursaries and scholarships as well as external sources of funding.
|International Science and Engineering Excellence awards||No need to apply, all students who meet the eligibility criteria will receive this scholarship||£5,000||Overseas students|
|QMUL-Chevening scholarships||Student should apply directly to Chevening||Full tuition fees, travel to and from the UK, grant for thesis, monthly personal living allowance and other expenses||Overseas students from a Chevening-eligible country|
|Santander Masters Scholarship||Any one-year masters course||£3,000||Home/EU/overseas|
UK Government Postgraduate Loans scheme
A government-backed Postgraduate Loans scheme is available for masters degrees, with loans of up to £10,000 being available for eligible students. For part-time courses, the £10,000 will be split over the number of years that the course lasts, meaning that for a two-year course, you would get up to £5,000 in each year. To check eligibility and read more about the loans visit the QMUL postgraduate finance pages.
Alternative sources of funding
For information on other sources of funding, such as funding from research councils, career development loans, and overseas scholarship schemes, visit the central QMUL funding pages.