Postgraduate taught courses
Find funding for your studies through scholarships or funding bodies.
Studying a postgraduate course is a great choice for your future. There are many funding options to help you get there.
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You can talk to us about funding options by emailing our Student Funding Advice team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loans and bursaries
There are a range of loans and bursaries for postgraduate studies. Find out more about the funding you could get, including bursaries for specific courses.
A master's loan can help with course fees and living costs while you study a master's degree.
Depending on where in the UK you live, how you apply for a loan will vary. Find out if you are eligible and the amount you could borrow on the websites below.
- GOV.uk Master's Loans - England
- Student Awards Agency Scotland
- Student Finance Wales
- Postgraduate loans in Northern Ireland
PGCE and School Direct (non-salaried)
The UK government offers bursaries for students on initial teacher training courses.
The amount you can get will depend on the undergraduate degree you hold and the subject your PGCE focuses on.
The alternative guide to postgraduate funding
The alternative guide to postgraduate funding can help you find funding for your studies. It contains over 100 links to funding sources, as well as guidance and tools to help you apply.
Staff and students of York St John can use the guide for free. You can log in using the link below.
If you have applied to study with us, we can provide you with access to the guide. Email us on email@example.com to get your access to the guide.