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Kent offers a range of funding opportunities, including full awards to support doctoral researchers and students undertaking a taught master’s at its locations in the UK and Europe. It also offers several scholarships to support international students including GREAT British Council and Chevening Scholarship awards. Kent’s Research Council doctoral training partnerships give students access to a range of funding and research networks.
There are many scholarships and bursaries also on offer to postgraduate students. These include, but are not limited to:
Postgraduate scholarship fund
At the University of Kent, a wide range of funding opportunities are available to students. The university’s scholarships range from full awards that support doctoral researchers, to over 100 awards for students who have achieved a First or 2.1 undergraduate degree. They must be completing a taught master’s course at one of the university’s locations in the UK or Europe.
Brussels School of International Studies Scholarship
Students with strong academic potential, who will be studying at the Brussels School of International Studies can apply for a scholarship of €8,000.
£300 - £5,000 is available to students who compete at the county level or equivalent, and who play for the university.
Alumni Excellence Master’s Scholarships
Students who have already completed, or are expected to complete, an undergraduate degree at the University of Kent will be eligible for a generous discount to their postgraduate tuition fees at the university. The value of the award varies depending on the grade achieved at undergraduate level.
At University of Kent, tuition fees are set in order to ensure that quality postgraduate education is affordable and as accessible as possible. The university’s fee also supports the continued delivery of outstanding education and research that the university is renowned for.
During the application process, Kent will assess the fee status of the potential student – this will vary according to the applicant’s country of origin and residency status.
Fees vary by school and location but some sample fees for master’s courses 2023/24 are below:
Students should consult the course profile for their chosen programme prior to making their application as fees may vary according to the department and course selected.