The majority of students who enter postgraduate study need to self-finance. This can be through working, applying for bursaries or scholarships, or applying to charities and trusts.
The important thing is to apply for funding well in advance of your proposed programme.
Fees and funding
Find details on tuition fees for home and EU postgraduate students here.
Our new scheme for high-performing graduates, with special funding and support.
Find out what bursaries you may be entitled to apply for.
Find out if you are eligible to receive up to £10,280 towards your study.
Pay via the online registration and payment system.
Check out allowances and financing for part-time students.
Read about allowances for disabled students including dyslexic students.
Managing your money
Money doctors provide advice on Government financial support, University Hardship Funds and managing your budget.