Master's loans

The UK Government has introduced Master’s loans, which allow you to borrow up to £10,609 towards your tuition fees and cost of living during your postgraduate studies.

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Doctoral loans

The UK Government has introduced Doctoral loans, which allow you to borrow up to £25,000 towards your research fees and cost of living during your doctoral studies. 

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10% Alumni Discount

Our alumni discount applies to taught postgraduate studies only and is available to all current students and alumni at the University.

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Vice-Cancellor's Scholarship Scheme

Our scholarship scheme applies to research degrees only. If you’ve achieved your undergraduate degree with a first or Master’s level degree with a distinction from the University of Huddersfield, you’re entitled to apply. 

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Research Scholarships

A major expansion in research activity means that a number of research scholarships are available.

 

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Other funding options

Professional and Career Development loans

Professional and Career Development Loans are offered by two banks (Barclays and Co Op) to pay for courses and training that help with your career or help get you into work. You can borrow from £300 - £10,000 to help with the cost of both Tuition Fees and living costs. 

Please note – the scheme is closing. You must apply by 25 January 2019 and these loans are subject to the banks lending criteria

More information on Proffessional and Career Development loans can be found here

Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSAs)

You can apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) to cover some of the extra costs you have because of a mental health problem, long term illness or any other disability. You can get the allowances on top of your other student finance and you won’t need to repay DSAs. 

More information on Disabled Students' Allowance (DSAs) can be found here

Employer Sponsorship

Your employer may be willing to sponsor you if your course is relevant to your job. If your employer agree to pay your Tuition Fees they can email confirmation of this to sfo@hud.ac.uk before you enrol, and we can ensure they are invoiced for your fees.

Research Councils

Research Council studentships are open to both Masters and PhD students, although it's PhD applicants who receive the majority of the funding. Every year, Doctorate research is granted roughly £380million from Research Councils. Your university department will be able to tell you whether your course is eligible for funding, as well as offer you advice for submitting a high-standard application. 

More information on Research Councils can be found here

Charities and Trust Funds

Charitable funding and Trust Funds can sometimes help with support for Postgraduate study. This funding tends to be limited and may not be able to cover the full cost of your study. You can find out more from these publications:

  • the Educational Grants Directory
  • the Charities Digest
  • the Grants Register
  • the Directory of Grant Making Trusts

PGCE and PGDipE courses

PGCE courses provide funding on the same basis as undergraduate courses (Tuition Fee Loan and Maintenance Loan). In addition to this, you may be entitled to support in the form of a tax free teacher training bursary.

More information on PGCE and PGDipE courses can be found here 

Social Work bursary

Social Work bursaries are non-repayable, and can be used to help with the cost of Tuition Fees and living costs.

Please note – they are limited (or capped) so there’s only a certain number available each year and being in receipt of a Social Work bursary would normally mean you are not eligible to receive a Postgraduate Loan.

More information on Social Work bursary can be found here

 

Fees and Finance

Everything you need to know about tuition fees and payment information.

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Contact the Student Finance Office

For further information, advice or guidance you can contact us here.

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Visit us

Join us at one of our Postgraduate Study Fairs to get a feel for the University campus and surroundings.

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