Finding funding is a priority for many postgraduates.
The University of Nottingham’s postgraduate funding pages should be your starting point as this information is relevant wherever you study within the UK.
Funding for masters courses
Funding for research courses
This online guide provides alternative sources of funding - especially charities - which can make awards (fees, maintenance, research costs) to any student regardless of subject, or nationality. It contains a huge database of funding opportunities, comprehensive guidance, and numerous tools to help you prepare a winning grant application.
We have purchased a licence for the guide so it’s free to Nottingham students, staff and alumni (see opposite).
In 2020-21, UoN students or alumni won 87 awards to the value of £105,350. Since 2018, the value of awards won by UoN students or alumni is £491,308.
Free webinar for UoN students
Dr Lucy Atkinson from GradFunding held a webinar on how to apply for funding through charities and trusts. She also covered more traditional sources of funding for masters and PhD students. This is an excellent session on all aspects of funding.
GradFunding webinar. Login to MyCareer to watch it
Read this blog on applying for funding
Students: Log in with your UoN username and password
Alumni: Log in via MyCareer
Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF)Information about grant-making trusts and charitable organisations
CheveningThe Government's scholarships award scheme for developing future leaders, influencers and decision makers across the world
Commonwealth ScholarshipsAccess to Commonwealth scholarships, including contacts and national agencies
FindAMasters.com scholarshipsA chance to receive up to £6,000 towards your masters
FindAMasters.com Postgraduate Loans SchemeThe Government's UK postgraduate loans scheme
FindAPhD.com scholarshipsEvery year, Find A PhD awards £6,000 in scholarships
Leverhulme Trust Study Abroad StudentshipsSupports study or research for 12-24 months anywhere outside the UK or the USA
ProspectsDatabase on scholarships, bursaries, and research councils
Turn2usInformation on benevolent funds, grants and charitable trusts
Find out more about getting a part-time job to help fund your studies
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