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The Graduate School can provide you with information and advice about a range of funding opportunities, particularly from UK Research Councils.
We also provide small-scale funding for our researchers to support researcher development opportunities, such as disseminating your work at a conference or visiting a centre of excellence.
The University is offering 175 masters scholarships worth £10,000 each for entry on to taught postgraduate courses in 2015. Visit the Postgraduate Scholarships page for more information.
Want to know more about postgraduate study at The University of Nottingham? Visit our Postgraduate Virtual Open Day or take a look at the online postgraduate prospectus.
Funding for Masters students is limited and often very competitive. Find out more about the various sources of funding available to you.
The University of Nottingham is also offering 175 masters scholarships worth £10,000 each for entry on to taught courses in 2015.
Most UK Governmental funding for postgraduate research is provided through the seven UK Research Councils. In addition to Research Council funding, you can also find out more about other sources of funding.
As an international student you can take advantage of one of the UK's largest scholarship portfolios managed by our International Office.
Also, take a look at our Doctoral Training Centres as many are open to international students.
The Postgraduate Funding Workspace has information about your award payments, progress, changes and any additional allowances you may claim.
The Graduate School provides limited funding for researchers to develop their own innovative projects and to support travel to other institutions and centres of excellence.
If you have a disability, ongoing health condition, mental-health condition or specific learning difficulties you can apply for a DSA to give you extra financial support you need. Contact the Disability Adviser for postgraduate students for more information.
This guide for current and prospective graduate students, details how to find and apply for alternative sources of funding.
The Alternative Guide is independently published by GradFunding. Register here to access the online version of this guide.
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