Applicants are advised to explore funding opportunities as early as possible.
Part-time students from previous years have supported their study through financial sponsorship arrangements with their employers including practitioners such as Alan Baxter & Associates and Arup Associates.
Below is a short and general list of funding opportunities available to taught postgraduate students; for other opportunities you might like to visit http://www.postgraduatestudentships.co.uk/.
Overseas students are strongly encouraged to contact your own Ministry of Education or Education Department, who will have details of most funding schemes and who will be able to advise you of your own government's conditions for studying abroad. You should also contact the nearest British Council office in your own country, who will have details of scholarship schemes and provide information and advice on educational programmes and living in the UK. If there is no British Council office, then contact the nearest British Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. For further information on studying in the UK as an overseas student please contact the.
UCL Graduate School:
UCL Graduate Scholarships and Awards:
UCL Scholarships and Funding for UK/EU Masters students:
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Chevening Programme
Offers approximately 1,000 scholarships to overseas students undertaking taught postgraduate study or research at a UK Higher Education Institution.
Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowships Plan (CSFP)
Available to prospective postgraduate students from Commonwealth countries.
Ford Foundation International Fellowships Programme
For students from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Russia
Marshall Scholarships - Marshall Commission
Taught postgraduate funding for US citizens
(Syrian, Jordanian, Iraqi, Lebanese or Palestinian applicant
Fulbright Traditional Postgraduate Student Awards
US-UK Fulbright Commission
Provides awards to US citizens to fund the first year of a masters or doctoral degree or to pursue research at an educational institution within the UK.
Thomas Wall Trust
For UK nationals only. The Trustees support both full-time and part-time courses and will look favourable at part-time courses which allow the applicant to continue with paid employment to help meet the costs.