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The university is proud to provide a wide range of financial support services to students at all levels of study, funded by reinvesting revenue and through a generous network of alumni donors and professional partners. These include a selection of scholarships, bursaries and academic grants, many of which are available to postgraduate students.
These awards are offered for both merit and needs-based criteria, and ensure economically vulnerable students have the resources to study in confidence and security, as well as giving hard working and motivated postgraduate students the opportunity to fund their studies through their university work.
Available funding opportunities include:
Postgraduate students are automatically considered for scholarship and bursary awards upon application, and are notified of their eligibility by the university.
The University of Portsmouth understands that the cost of study is an important investment, and is dedicated to keeping its postgraduate course fees accessible to students from all backgrounds. Additionally, the university is committed to providing a raft of financial services and funding opportunities to offset the expense of study, and the cost of living.
Course fees vary, based on mode and level of study as well as tuition fee status.
UK students can generally be expected to pay between £7,000 - £11,500 for a full-time master’s degree, or between £2,000 - £4,000 per year for a part-time course.
Equivalent fees for international students are typically set between £14,300 - £17,600, and up to £9,500 for part time course options.
The university also provides options for distance learning master’s degree, which are a more affordable and convenient way to pursue postgraduate study. These represent the same tuition fee for all students, and can provide a reduction of up to £5,000 per year, compared to campus fee courses. Full information is available online.