Fees and Funding
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
EU applicants for MA programmes will be considered automatically for submission for a Competition Award and selected candidates will be contacted during March. In order to be considered for these awards, applications must be received by the end of February.
The Institute may nominate up to three applicants for a Faculty Studentship. All applications received before mid-March will be considered for submission.
Each year the school tries to offer students bursaries to assist with student study. Information is available on a yearly basis.
- a Major bursary (three years' fees paid at the home rate plus a stipend of £5,000 per annum for three years);
- a Minor bursary (three years' fees paid at the home rate)
- a Peter Campbell bursary (three years at £2,000 per annum, restricted to those undertaking research into a topic in European government, politics or international relations)
The Schools Competition Act Settlement Trust seeks annual applications for a range of post-graduate awards These include a Postgraduate Research Scholarship of £15,000 per annum for three years, and up to 50 postgraduate bursaries of £2,500. Applicants must be former students of the SCAST schools, and the deadline for the Research Scholarship is usually every June. Further information and specific deadlines can be found at the Trust's website, www.scast.org.uk
Students should consult the section of Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) web-site on postgraduate funding.
Each year, GIPIS also put forward candidates for research studentships offered by the University and by the Faculty. For those who you are interested in being considered for these studentships, details will be posted on the School's website in January each year.