Funding for UK/EU students
A number of scholarships and loans are available to help with the cost of living and course fees. Details often depend on your personal circumstances and on the course you plan to study.
You should apply for funding as soon as possible if you require it for your postgraduate study. To be eligible for most scholarships you will need to hold an offer of a place.
If you've completed an undergraduate degree at York you could be eligible for a 10% Masters fee discount.
UK government loans
The UK government offers up to £10,609 loans to Masters students starting courses from September 2018. Applications are open.
The following scholarships have been confirmed so far for 2018/19 entry.
Thanks to the generous support of alumnus Richard House, We are offering four taught Masters scholarships; two worth £5,000 each and two worth £1,000 each.
The scholarship is funded by TSYS. In order to be eligible you must have an offer for a place on one of the following Masters degrees:
- MSc in International Business and Strategic Management
- MSc in Accounting and Financial Management
- MSc in Human Resource Management
- MSc in Management
- MSc in Management with Business Finance
- MSc in Global Marketing.
Departmental and alumni scholarships
We also offer some department-funded scholarships, as well as awards made possible thanks to the generous donations of York alumni and donors.
|Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies|
|Centre for Medieval Studies|
|Centre for Modern Studies|
|Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies|
|History of Art|
|Language and Linguistic Science|
|Social Policy and Social Work|
We are offering up to 5 full fee scholarships for students entering a one-year taught or research Masters programme in 2018. These scholarships are funded by a generous donation from the ONAOSI Foundation, based in Perugia, Italy.
Professional and Career Development Loans
Professional and Career Development Loans (gov.uk) are bank loans that can be used to pay for your studies. You can borrow between £300 to £10,000. Loans are usually offered at a reduced interest rate, with no interest to pay while you're studying.
These scholarships are not endorsed by the University of York.
- MastersCompare Postgraduate Scholarship (masterscompare.co.uk)
- Spotcap Fintech Fellowship (spotcap.co.uk)
- MIHA Commonwealth Scholarships (cscuk.dfid.gov.uk)