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Fees and funding

Fees

The tuition fees for our postgraduate masters programmes are charged based on whether you are classed as a home or international student. You can use the postgraduate taught course fee calculator to calculate the fees for your year of entry.

Sheffield Alumni Discount

Self-funded Sheffield graduates qualify for a 10% discount on fees.*

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Funding

100 Masters Scholarships

Please note that to apply for all forms of funding you must first apply to the University for admission to an appropriate programme of study.

Find out more

 

The following funding competitions for 2019 are now closed.

 

International Scholarships

The University of Sheffield is committed to helping high quality applicants from around the world access our postgraduate degree programmes.

Students from many countries are eligible for a 10% fee discount.

Find out more here. You will also be emailed more details about all studentships that you are eligible to apply for.

 

External funding

Sources of external funding are also available:

 

Postgraduate Masters Loans

Government loans are available for home and EU postgraduate students studying masters level courses.

Loans will be to a maximum value of £10,609 over the full course of study (the 2019 rate will be announced soon). Loans are non-means tested i.e. your income will not affect the amount that you receive and all taught Masters programmes will be eligible.

The loans will be administered through the Students Loans Company and will work on a similar basis to undergraduate loans.

Find out more here.

Alternative sources of funding

There are external funding bodies (charities, trusts etc) who offer support for MA courses. Our Additional Funding for Postgraduate Study webpage is a useful starting point.

 

Alumni rewards

The University of Sheffield is dedicated to rewarding the loyalty of our alumni returning to continue their studies and the following additional support has been introduced specifically for you:

 

Alumni rewards

As a graduate of the University you can also benefit from a 10% discount on your tuition fees (capped at £1,500) if you are self-funding.

Find out more and apply here.

 

The following funding competitions for 2019 are now closed.

 

Sheffield Postgraduate Scholarships

Deadline: Monday 13 May 2019.

The University of Sheffield is pleased to offer 100+ scholarships worth £10,000 each for home students starting a taught postgraduate course in 2019.

The scholarships are for students who meet at least one of our widening participation criteria and/or students who achieve a first in their undergraduate degree.

Award details: each award is worth £10,000 and can be used towards fees and/or living expenses.

Eligibility: these awards are open to UK and EU domiciled applicants who are not charged international rate fees. Applicants cannot already be qualified at masters level.

More details including full eligibility criteria and how to apply are available on the Postgraduate Scholarship webpage.

Arts and Humanities International Masters Scholarships

Deadline: 17:00 (UK time), Friday 26 April 2019.

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities are pleased to offer two scholarships worth £10,000 towards tuition fees for international students starting a Masters postgraduate taught degree in September 2019.

Find out more here.

International Scholarships

The University of Sheffield is committed to helping high quality applicants from around the world access our postgraduate degree programmes.

Students from many countries are eligible for a 10% fee discount and international applicants can apply to our International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarship scheme, which offers 100 scholarships worth 25% of our tuition fee (now closed).

Find out more here. You will also be emailed more details about all studentships that you are eligible to apply for.

 


* Self-funded students are those not funded by the University i.e. using their own money or funding themselves via an external source such as a Postgraduate Loan.