The College of Arts and Law is a vibrant community of students and academics, dedicated to ensuring that excellence is rewarded, and that fears about finance do not constrain current or prospective students. For this reason, in addition to University funding schemes, we offer our own College-specific funding initiatives.
Applications to our various scholarship opportunities are now closed for 2019 entry. However, details of the College’s 2019 awards are listed below. These pages are provided for guidance only, prior to the next round of funding being announced, if available. You can also find details of other funding opportunities, such as postgraduate loans, on this page.
Doctoral Training Partnership opportunities
The University also awards a number of scholarships for international students. These include scholarships for students from particular countries and regions, such as the Hong Kong Postgraduate Scholarship and the Fulbright PGT scholarship (USA).
These government-backed student loans provide up to £10,609 for taught and research Masters courses and up to £25,000 for postgraduate doctoral courses in all subject areas, including programmes delivered on campus or by distance learning. Criteria, eligibility, repayment and application information can be found on the UK government website.
Additional funding opportunities
Other funding opportunities may be available to prospective postgraduate students throughout the year. For details of all funding opportunities that may be available to you, please visit the University's Postgraduate Funding Database.
Funding for current students
Within the College of Arts and Law we thrive on our research, which is why we offer our current postgraduate students the following funding opportunities for new activity or to enhance existing activity:
University-wide funding schemes for existing students to undertake travel projects and accept internships is also available. For more information on these schemes, please visit the Student Funding Office pages of the intranet.