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Postgraduate fees and finance

Undertaking a postgraduate study is a large financial commitment and this can be especially difficult if you are self-funding your qualification. Rest-assured, there are a number of loans, bursaries and scholarships to explore to help you continue studying.

Your tuition fees will cover the cost of your study with us as well as charges for registration, tuition, supervision and examinations.

Postgraduate taught fees (Home/EU students) 2014/15

Type of course

Annual tuition fee

Postgraduate taught full-time   (MA/MSc)

£4,460

MSc Social Work

£6,130

Postgraduate taught part-time   (MA/MSc)

£372 per 15 credit module  
£744 per 30 credit module

Human and Health clinical part-time modules

£710 per 15 credit module

Turbocharger Engineering MSc and PGCert Turbocharger Mechanics/Dynamics

Please contact tri-support@hud.ac.uk

For MBA and other postgraduate programmes please see the 'How much will it cost me' tab on individual courses searchable via coursefinder.

Postgraduate taught fees (international non–EU students) 2014/15

Postgraduate (Master's) taught course

Tuition fee

Computing, Engineering and Science

£13,500 (bursary available)

Accountancy and Finance, Architecture, Art and Design, Business, Combined Honours, Drama, Education, English, Health, History, Journalism and Media, Law, Music and Music Technology, Social Sciences, Youth and Community

£12,500 (bursary available)

MBA

£15,500 (bursary available)

The above figures apply to a single academic year running from September to the following July (11 months). Some postgraduate courses may run for longer than this. This figure is for guidance and may vary depending on the individual requirements.

More information on fees and finance, living costs, English preparation course fees and early payment discounts for international students.

Loans and bursaries

The government does not provide loans and grants for postgraduate taught courses but don’t let this put you off. There are several alternative options to help you to continue to study and enhance your career:

Postgraduate progression bursaries

We offer a postgraduate progression bursary to continuing students undertaking a full-time or part-time MA/MSc who gained their undergraduate degree with us. These bursaries are calculated as part of the invoicing process when you enroll onto a postgraduate course with us and fee invoices are adjusted to show the net amount owed, minus any bursary award.

Amounts available:

  • £500 for full-time continuing students
  • A total of £500 for part-time continuing students (£250 is applied in year one, £250 in year two).

Criteria:

Bursaries are available to UK and EU students who meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum of a upper second class Honours degree from the University of Huddersfield.
  • You must enter a taught postgraduate course at the University of Huddersfield in the year following graduation. You will not qualify for the bursary if you take a break from education.
  • Available to all University postgraduate taught qualifications (full time and part time) except NHS, Initial Teacher Training, Diploma in Architecture and Distance Learning courses.

MSc Social Work bursary

Students that have an undergraduate degree from the University of Huddersfield are eligible for a £500 fee bursary. If you have qualified with a first class or upper second class Honours degree in the year immediately preceding your entry onto the Social Work MSc you will be eligible for a £1000 fee scholarship. For more information please contact the Student Finance Office.

School specific bursaries

The Schools of Music, Humanities and Media and Art, Design and Architecture offer bursaries for postgraduate students. Please contact Schools directly to find out more.

Teacher training bursaries

Teacher training bursaries can help you to complete your postgraduate teaching qualifications.

Find out more about Teacher training bursaries.

Career Development Loan

The Career Development Loan is a government-approved scheme for UK students where Barclays and the Co-operative, offer loans for fees and course costs. While you study, the interest on the loan is paid by the government. When you complete your course, you will be begin to make repayments at an interest rate that is set at the time of your application. There is also an option to take a payment holiday. Please check loan terms and conditions for more information.

More information on Career Development Loans.

Charitable Trusts

Some charitable organisations offer financial help to postgraduate students who meet certain criteria. One such organisation is the Leverhulme Charitable Trust, which provides funding for research projects, fellowships, studentships, bursaries and prizes across all disciplines. Visit the Leverhulme website.

More information

If you have any questions or require further advice and guidance, please contact the Student Finance Office.

Download the Ultimate Guide to Postgraduate Funding 2013/14.

Postgraduate research fees 2014/15

All fees apply for one year from enrolment. Fees for subsequent years will be charged the current rate.

Masters by Research, Master of Philosophy, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Enterprise and Doctor of Education fees:

Home/EU students:

  • Full time - £3,795
  • Part time – £1,925

International Non EU students:

  • Full time – £13,000 (Computing, Engineering and Applied Science based disciplines)
  • Full time – £12,000
  • Part time – £3,220

Doctor of Business Administration: DBA/DPA £5,500 pa – years 1 and 2, £3,500 pa – years 3 and 4. 

Additional programme costs

Additional programme costs (also known as bench fees) may be charged for research degrees where there are exceptional costs directly related to the research project. This could include the purchase of additional equipment and volunteer expenses.

More information on additional programme costs.

Scholarships

University Research Scholarships areavailable for strategic recruitment to important areas of research. Discounts available to University Research Scholars are 15%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. Applicants must be able to fund all living expenses and any additional programme costs (see above).

Additional scholarships are also available which include:

More information on postgraduate research scholarships.

Payment Schedule

There are a range of payment options available. More information about postgraduate research payments.

More information

More information on postgraduate research fees, costs, scholarships and repayments.

If you have any questions or require further information please contact the Postgraduate Admin Office at 01484 473503 or researchdegrees@hud.ac.uk

Last updated Tuesday 7 October 2014
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