The University allocates around 150 entry awards each year in PhD studentships and bursaries, so there are many ways to access PhD funding. A studentship is usually a package that provides full funding for tuition fees and living costs.
If you've previously completed a degree with us, you’ll automatically receive our alumni discount (£1,500 off the cost of your tuition fees).
The University offers a number of funding opportunities if you are applying from outside the UK.
We suggest that you consider funding sources in your own country as well to increase your chances of securing finance.
The University's Doctoral and Researcher College School holds further information about studentships and other funding available for both UK and International PhD applicants. We suggest that international students also consider funding sources in their own country to increase their chances of securing finance.
Please email the School's PhD Admissions Office if you have any queries about PhD fees or funding opportunities for study in the School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences.
Main sources of funding for a History PhD
The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding is a database of less well-known sources of doctoral funding.
You might consider part-time or casual work as a way to supplement your income during your studies. There are often vacancies at the University, which you can apply for through Campus Jobs.