Postgraduate funding and scholarships
With multiple funding support options available, postgraduate study is more accessible than ever before. Whether you’re considering studying at UWE Bristol for the first time, or if you know us well as a graduate or final year undergraduate student, you can now take the next step to making your professional ambitions a reality.
If you’re considering postgraduate study and you’ve not studied at UWE Bristol previously, you may be eligible for a postgraduate loan.
Full-time postgraduate students
Home (UK) and EU
- Funding for full-time Home (UK) postgraduate students (not PGCE)
- Funding for full-time Home (UK) postgraduate students (PGCE)
- UWE Bristol postgraduate scholarships
Part-time postgraduate students
Home (UK) and EU
Funding for international students is dependent on your fee status, type of programme and when you start your studies. Explore funding options for international students.
UWE Bristol alumni
As a former student you may be entitled to a discount off the price of your course, along with a postgraduate loan should you require it. Find out more about UWE Bristol Alumni Scholarships.
Final year UWE Bristol students
If you’re currently in your final year of undergraduate study with us, you may be eligible for our Vice-Chancellor’s 2020 Scholarship. This scholarship provides a tuition fee discount of 50% on selected full-time and part-time postgraduate courses.
New postgraduate Masters loans for 2017/18 academic year
Postgraduate Loans (PGLs) are available from Student Finance England to study a Masters course. Masters students under 60 can access a loan of up to £10,280 as a contribution towards the cost of their study. This is part of the government’s long-term commitment to enhance support for postgraduate study.
If you are unlikely to be eligible for the postgraduate loan scheme there are a variety of other funding and scholarship options that might be able to help as detailed in the links below.
Information about postgraduate Masters loans for the 2018/19 academic year will be available in spring 2018.