UK and EU students ordinarily resident in England may be eligible for a bursary if studying a postgraduate Social Work degree full time. Applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis by the NHS Business Services Authority.
Even if you are not eligible for a bursary, there are still many funding options available to you. British citizens are eligible for a government-sponsored loan of £10,000 towards a postgraduate degree, and you may also be able to apply for a Career Development Loan from some banks and building societies.
Finally, lots of different organisations offer funding for research postgraduates; simply search here to explore your options.
UK Students per Year:
Both UK and EU students will pay £7,340 per year for a taught master’s programme. Research courses generally cost between £2,216 and £4,433 per year for UK and EU students.
International Students per Year:
A taught master’s degree will cost international students £12,750 per year. Fees for research degrees cost £14,000.