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The university offers a range of funding support to eligible postgraduate students, including:
Students applying for certain postgraduate courses may be able to get scholarships based on the subject they are studying, especially for STEM or health sciences subjects.
Santander International Masters Scholarship
Up to ten students can receive a £2,000 tuition fee reduction. Eligibility is based on academic performance.
Alumni Postgraduate Scholarship
There is a 20% alumni discount on tuition fees offered to former University of Brighton students.
Students can also apply for a government postgraduate loan of up to £10,000 provided they are under 60 and the UK or EU national living in England.
These scholarships are awarded on the basis of the student's academic performance in end-of-year assessments.
The elite athletes and elite disabled athletes scholarships are for those who have reached a national level of competition of performance and have the potential to reach world-class performance level. A bursary of up to a maximum of £1,000 per year of study to funding expenses from training or competition.
The talented sports performers scholarship is for students who have represented sport at the national or regional level and is worth up to £500 per academic year.
Tuition fees for students are:
Tuition fees for students at the University of Brighton are charged annually and may alter during a student’s studies in line with regulations on tuition fee limits. Fees for a postgraduate course can vary according to the course being studied.