Postgraduate Student Funding Table
Please click on the links below for more information on potential funding opportunities.
|This guide is all about alternative sources of funding - especially charities - which can make awards to any student regardless of subject, or nationality. Simply click 'login' if you are on campus or register using your student email address (ends in @sheffield.ac.uk). If you are a prospective student please email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a Pin number. You can also access the same information as a PDF guide (PDF, 4.5MB) and can obtain the password from email@example.com|
|Postgraduate Government Loans||
Loans of up to £10,000 for all postgraduate taught Masters programmes for students aged under 60.
|PGR Scholarships||The University of Sheffield PG Research Scholarships. Listings of what is available from the University as well as links to other funding bodies.|
|Arts & Humanities Masters Fee Scholarships||Arts & Humanities Faculty is offering a number of Fee Scholarships for Masters applicants on a competitive basis.|
|AHRC Scholarships||The University of Sheffield is able to offer a number of AHRC scholarships.|
|Management School Scholarships||A range of Scholarships available for students undertaking an MSc in the Management School.|
|Financial support from the University||General Information about Financial Support from the University. This is available to students studying with us who face increased costs and is not for Fee purposes.|
|Asylum Seeker Scholarships||Scholarships are available for students studying postgraduate masters courses.|
|The Careers Service||PG Funding information provided by The Careers Service.|
|Professional & Career Development Loans||Professional & Career Development Loan Information (Learner Provider Number 10623)|
|PGDE Funding||Funding information for PGDE students.|
|Research Councils||The website for Research Councils UK.|
|The Law Society||Funding opportunities for Law students.|
|Law Society Diversity Access Scheme||The Law Society Diversity Access Scheme (DAS) aims to increase social diversity in the legal profession by supporting promising entrants from disadvantaged backgrounds or those who face exceptional obstacles to qualification. Eligible aspiring solicitors must be ready to undertake the LPC in September.|
|The Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust||Applicable to mature Postgraduate students, studying in the field of Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science.|
|Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust||The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust. Please bring your application form to the Financial Support Team (Level 6, Students' Union) to complete the Institution Declaration.|
|Inderpal Rahal Memorial Trust||The trust applies to women who are from an immigrant or refugee background
and who intend to practice or teach law in the UK.
|The Scholarship Hub||The Scholarship Hub allows you to search for scholarships, grants or bursaries for postgraduate study.|
Future Finance provide loans to students. University of Sheffield students who use this link to access the website will benefit from a discount on the loan administration fee.
Further details of eligibility requirements, interest rates and other key terms of the loan are available by visiting the Future Finance website. Please note, we encourage you to look for other sources of funding before taking out commercial loans.
|Other External Funding Bodies||This lists external organisations offering funding for postgraduate study. The University is not involved in the selection and award of these scholarships and applications should be made directly to the relevant funding body.|