Postgraduate Progression Bursary
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 enrol onto a postgraduate course with us and fee invoices are adjusted to show the net amount owed, minus any bursary award.
- £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).
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.
Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship
Research degrees can represent a natural progression for the best graduates. They offer a valuable opportunity to build on promise and realise potential.
If you have earned a first-class degree or a distinction in a Postgraduate Master's (taught or research) from Huddersfield you can apply for the Vice Chancellor's Scholarship . If successful this means you can undertake a postgraduate research degree or PhD without any tuition fees. Successful applicants will be required to undertake a research degree on a full-time basis and within 12 months of graduation, and contribute to 6 hours of teaching related activities per week. Your application will be based on quality of proposal, research topic and potential to engage in teaching.
The breadth of research degrees available reflects the full range of fields in which the University of Huddersfield advances research, innovation and collaboration. These include broad themes spread across seven academic schools and more than 70 research institutes and centres.
Who can apply?
The scheme is available to University of Huddersfield students, as follows:
- Undergraduates who graduate with first-class honours and postgraduate master's (taught or research) students who graduate with a distinction.
- Successful applicants will be required to undertake a research degree on a full-time basis and within 12 months of graduation.
How to apply?
Further information about the Vice Chancellor's Scholarship and other available scholarships and studentships can be found on our research degrees scholarships page. To apply please complete the online application form, marking it clearly with fee-waiver scholarship application. For more information and enquiries please contact Angela Lee or Sophie Phillips.
More information about bursaries in general or if you wish to discuss your specific requirements contact us below.