|African MBA Scholarship||External, University||No deadline; open-ended award|
The African MBA Scholarship is a full fees scholarship (£30,450 for 2021/22 entry), part funded by a private donor with a commitment to Africa and part by the University.
|The African MBA Scholarship is a full fees scholarship, part funded by a private donor with a commitment to Africa and part by the University.
|Birmingham Business School Doctoral Scholarships||University||Closed 30/04/2021 (Note: competition closed for this year)|
A full scholarship is the equivalent of an ESRC studentship and covers Home fees (£4,500 p.a.) plus a living allowance (stipend) of £15,609 per annum for three years, subject to satisfactory progress. For applicants outside the UK or without settled status, a full scholarship equates normally to £20,109 covering full fees and providing a contribution towards living expenses.
|The scholarships involve full fees and/or stipends for PhD students across the College of Social Sciences.
|College of Arts and Law Masters Scholarships||University||Closed 22/03/2021 (Note: competition closed for this year)|
These awards cover one year's tuition fees at Home rates for full-time applicants, or two years part-time.
|The College of Arts and Law offers home fees-only scholarships for Master's-level courses starting in September 2021. International students are also eligible to apply to receive a home tuition-fee discount.
|Darwin Studentships||University||Closed 31/12/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)|
The School has several Darwin Studentships available to International Students or EU Students who are not citizens of the UK.
|The Darwin Studentships specifically fund PhD projects in the area of microbial (preferably bacterial) molecular genetics.
|Department of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS) Bursaries||University||Closed 04/06/2021 (Note: competition closed for this year)||The bursary covers fees only.||For the Academic year 2021-22, POLSIS is pleased to offer a range of full and partial bursaries for both domestic/EU and non-EU students.
|Disability Awards||University||Closed 31/12/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)|
Up to five awards are available, usually of £600 in value. Each award is tenable for one year only, however previous applicants may reapply in subsequent years.
|Offering awards of around £600, this scheme is open to all students currently studying at the University who have a disability.
|Harding International Legal Scholarship||University||Closed 22/03/2021 (Note: competition closed for this year)||£5,000 fee waiver.||International student scholarship for LLM programmes at Birmingham Law School
|Haywood Doctoral Scholarship||University||Closed 01/03/2021 (Note: competition closed for this year)|
The Haywood Scholarship provides for Home tuition fees and a small maintenance grant. As an EU/international student, you will receive a reduction in tuition fees equivalent to the Home rate if successful, plus a small maintenance grant.
While it is hoped that the scholarship would be continued for three years, it will be subject to an annual review.
|The College of Arts and Law is offering the Haywood Scholarship to an outstanding doctoral research candidate in History of Art. The Haywood Scholarship provides for Home tution fees and a small maintenance grant.
|MA Studentship at the Institute for German and European Studies (IGES)||University||Closed 30/06/2021 (Note: competition closed for this year)||£5000||The Institute for German and European Studies (IGES) at UoB is offering a Master's studentship worth £5,000 towards the cost of fees of a Master's degree with a focus on Germany or German Studies.
|MBA Scholarships||University||No deadline; open-ended award||The value of the award is merit-based and depends on the quality of the application and the applicant.||A number of scholarships is offered to MBA programme applicants, providing a financial contribution towards your tuition fees.