ARU offers a number of scholarships and bursaries for postgraduate students. If a student has previously studied at ARU and returns for their next degree, they may be eligible for the Alumni Scholarship, whereas the ARU Bursary is available to UK and EU students studying an integrated master’s degree, whose annual household income is under £42,876.
Students may be able to access a scholarship in the form of a fee reduction if they choose to study an MBA at the Cambridge Campus, and the Sports Scholarship is available to talented athletes.
Finally, the Partners Scholarship is automatically awarded to eligible students who studied at one of ARU’s partner colleges, and there is a range of course-specific awards they can apply for too – check the university’s website for more details.
Typically, a full time master’s degree at ARU has a tuition fee of £8,900 for domestic and EU students and £14,100 for international students. If students choose to study part time, fees are £4,450 per year for home and EU students and £7050 a year for international students.
If students choose to study for an MPhil, fees are around £4,407 per year for home and EU students and £13,500 for international students. Students can also progress directly from an MPhil to a PhD for the same yearly fees.