Funding for postgraduate taught students
The School of Arts, Languages and Cultures (SALC) has a number of postgraduate taught (PGT) bursaries and awards available for 2014/15.
Masters Scholarships and Awards
These bursary awards will be available to all applicants offered a place on a Masters programme in SALC on a competitive basis. Fifteen bursary awards of full fees are available (at Home/EU fees level only). Full details of how to apply, deadlines and criteria for funding and applications forms will be posted here shortly.
Alumni Loyalty Awards
£1000 awards discounted from full fees are automatically available for University of Manchester alumni with first class degrees (or equivalent) from The University of Manchester who have graduated within the last 5 years. For further details contact email@example.com
Widening Participation support
Five awards to support students in difficult financial circumstances will be available this year. Further details to be posted here shortly.
Research Council Funding for Masters students
Some AHRC funding will be available to undertake a Masters as part of a programme leading to doctoral training within North West Consortium Doctoral Training Programme (also known as "1 + 3"). This consortium of seven institutions is led by Manchester will award around 40 doctoral studentships a year - details will be made available on the NWC consortium webpages.
Some students – mainly those in economic and social history, certain kinds of cultural history and some areas of linguistics – may instead apply to the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) North West Doctoral Training Centre. For further details on eligibility also ask your subject area Admissions Officer.
Different funding schemes have different deadlines for application so please check individual scheme. For most schemes you must have been offered a place before applying for funding, please apply to your chosen programme ahead of the deadline of 14 February 2014 if you are also intending to apply for funding.