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Fees and Funding

Postgraduate taught students are responsible for arranging their own funding to cover fees and living expenses. It is best to apply early for your course, giving yourself the maximum amount of time to look for available funding.

The University's postgraduate funding webpage provides information on current scholarships available from the University, as well as other sources of funding.

Government loans for masters courses

The Government offers postgraduate loans of up to £10,906 for students studying a taught or research masters course.

For further details and eligibility criteria please visit the University's financial support webpages.

MA Slavery and Liberation scholarships

For 2020 entry, the School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to announce 10 scholarships of £1,000 towards tuition fees, for our MA Slavery and Liberation. To apply for the scholarship:

  • Wait until you have received an offer of study
  • Email rightslab@nottingham.ac.uk with a statement of up to 300 words, detailing how you hope the MA will advance your own work and development (for example, in the fields of anti-slavery, anti-trafficking and related areas)

The scholarships will be awarded to offer holders on a competitive basis, and we will contact successful recipients after Wednesday 17 June 2020.

Fees

The current fees for our postgraduate courses can be found on the Student Fees and Finance website.

International students

For further information about funding opportunities for overseas students, please see the international applicants website.

Graduate School

The Graduate School provides step-by-step guides and useful links to help you find the funding you need.

 

 

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