MA Funding

The Warburg Institute has a range of full fee bursaries available to both home/EU and international students. The Institute also has an excellent record in securing external funding, and is happy to work with prospective students on funding applications.

 

Warburg Institute Scholarships and Bursaries

In order to apply for a bursary you need first to have applied for and been offered a place on one of our MA programmes. 

The deadline for applications for the American Friends of the Warburg Scholarship and the Peltz Scholarships has now passed.

Hardship Fund

The Institute will also have a small Hardship fund that both MA and PhD students will be able to apply to. Full details and application deadlines will be announced in due course.

Please note: Existing Warburg Students are also eligible to apply for this bursary

 

School of Advanced Study Funding Opportunities

SAS Master's Studentships (2019/20)

The SAS Master's Studentship aims to support students from under-represented groups among the School’s taught masters population, who wish to undertake a postgraduate taught programme.

There are a limited number of awards to a value of £18,000 to cover fees plus maintenance, judged on academic merit.

SAS Convocation Trust Bursary

The Bursary is made available to cover tuition fees up to a maximum of £7,500 and will be awarded to students who have demonstrably excelled in their undergraduate degree. 

SAS Coffin Studentships (Coffin Fund for Promising Students)

The School is able to provide two SAS Studentships via the Coffin Fund for Promising Students. In 2019-20, the two awards are £12,500 to cover tuition fees and contribute towards maintenance costs (where applicable) and will be awarded to a student who has excelled in their undergraduate degree.  

SAS Cassal Bursary (French and Francophone Studies)

This bursary, made available by the Cassal Endowment Fund, is available to master's students intending to write their dissertation on a topic related to French or Francophone studies.Two bursaries of £7,500 will be available, for study commencing in 2019/20.. All MA, MRes and LLM degrees offered by the School are eligible for the bursary.

Find out more about these funding opportunities and how to apply

 

External funding sources for EU and overseas students

  • British Chevening Scholarships
    • These awards are to enable Overseas and EU students to study in the United Kingdom. To apply for a scholarship, you will need to contact the British Embassy or High Commission or the British Council in the country of which you are a citizen. The scholarships are offered in more than 150 countries. Details and the list of eligible countries are on the website. These scholarships are mainly awarded to Master’s students.