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The University of Bradford recognises that the cost of undertaking a postgraduate course can be significant, and is mindful to offer a selection of financial support options to ensure that its postgraduate community has the resources to focus on their research with security and comfort.
The university offers an alumni discount scheme, which provides a discounted rate of tuition to all applicants who have previously completed their undergraduate studies at the University of Bradford.
The university invests up to £4 million in scholarships every year. These are to help students in financial hardship, or students that attain academic excellence. Prospective students can contact the university for more information about eligibility, and application deadlines.
Those studying for a master’s degree can apply for a postgraduate loan, and borrow up to £11,570 to help with living costs etc. A doctoral loan of £27,265 is also available to PhD students.
Postgraduate tuition fees at the University of Bradford vary depending on the level of study and the length of the course. There are also variations between campus-based courses and distance learning programmes.
Home students are charged a different rate to international applicants, which now includes incoming students from EU countries.
Full subject-specific information is available on the university website, and prospective postgraduate students are encouraged to consult the course-specific pages for further details.
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