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There are many ways for students to consider funding their postgraduate study, from the government’s master’s and doctoral loans through to scholarship and bursaries.
The University of Southampton offers a wide range of postgraduate scholarships and bursaries, which are awarded by individual academic units. Prospective applicants can contact the postgraduate admissions tutor in the relevant academic unit to find out more.
The university also offers a 10% tuition fee discount to all returning postgraduate students who completed their undergraduate studies at the university.
Students attending the University of Southampton will be able to access a wide range of potential funding sources to support their master’s degree or postgraduate research studies. Available funding sources will help students cover their study fees and can include loans, bursaries, scholarships or sponsorships.
The fees that a student will pay for their postgraduate studies can vary according to a number of factors. These include the type of degree that the student is studying towards, and whether they are home student or overseas student.
Students can find tuition fee costs for 2023 entry on the university’s postgraduate taught course pages.
For the latest general fee information, please visit the university’s fees and funding page.
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