This year has seen the introduction of £10,000 loans for students to study for Masters students. However in many cases this £10,000 does not cover the cost of the course or the additional costs involved in studying.
What many students do not know is that there are quite a lot of Masters Scholarships available which cover the full tuition fee costs. Some of the deadlines for this year will have passed but more often than not, these scholarships are offered every year. You will find more Masters Scholarships on our scholarship database.
Westminster Full Fee Scholarship
You must hold the equivalent of a First Class Honours degree and demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is not linked to any particular subject and covers full tuition fees at the University of Westminster.
Get in to teaching scholarships
Financial incentives are available to encourage the best graduates in to teaching. The amount you might get depends on the subject you wish to teach and your degree classification or highest relevant academic qualification but scholarships are available up to £25,000
The Kelly & Patrick Lynch Scholarship
Applications are encouraged from students applying to study a Masters in Fine Art at the University of the Arts who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are in financial hardship.
Karen Napier Scholarship
Applicants may be of any nationality and must hold an offer (conditional or unconditional) of a place on the full time MSc Investment Analysis at the University of Stirling.
Vice Chancellors Excellence Scholarship
Applicants for a Masters at London South Bank University will be assessed based on their undergraduate degree classification as well as their extracurricular involvement in community activities.
Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship
The Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship is open to all applicants to BPP University who are the first in their family to attend university, meet the admissions criteria for the relevant programme and demonstrate a high record of academic achievement