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There are a wide range of possible sources of studentships, scholarships and bursaries but competition is fierce and you will need to begin your enquiries in good time to meet deadlines.
Information about MA and PGDip Social Work fees and the NHS bursary can be found in the Social Work section.
Further studentships for Overseas and EU/UK applicants may become available later in the year. Any eligible applicant with a pending or accepted online application will be sent the details if they become available.
Lancaster University will offer a reduction in tuition fees to all taught Master’s programmes for eligible applicants, determined by the level of undergraduate award achieved. The value of the scholarship is as follows:
Who is eligible?
To be eligible for the Alumni Loyalty Scholarship you must either:
The Scholarship is open to all our Alumni, regardless of their nationality or year of graduation. You do not need to apply for this scholarship, you will qualify automatically if you meet the eligibility criteria and the course entry requirements
6 fees-only studentships will be available to UK/EU students wishing to wishing to study for a Masters degree in the Sociology Department*. This funding will be in the form of a fee waiver, recipients of this studentship will need to meet their general living expenses themselves. The full terms and conditions are available here.
To be considered for this funding applicants must hold an offer of a place to study and be due to commence their studies during the 2015-16 acade mic year.
Details of how to apply will be availble by the end of February 2015.
*Students on MA Social Work are not eligible for this funding
Lancaster Master’s Scholarship
Lancaster University is offering over 100 scholarshipsworth £10,000 each as part of a government initiative to offer additional support for students wishing to progress to Master’s level study. The Scheme is open to UK/EU students who began their studies after 1st September 2012.
Who is eligible?
To be eligible for the Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme you must meet one of the criteria below. In order to apply, you must have received an offer for one of our Postgraduate Taught Masters courses, following this you can apply for a scholarship and we will determine whether you meet the criteria.
More information will be made available about this scheme shortly, so please keep checking the Faculty webpage for updated information.
Closing Date: 2 February 2015 (5pm)
Lancaster University forms part of the ESRC's North West Doctoral Training Centre (NWDTC). These scholarships cover tuition and maintenance. Some studentships are reserved for students seeking joint supervision across two or more partner institutions. Students will normally have been offered a place prior to their studentship application. However, studentship applications will be accepted from students who have submitted their institutional application but have yet to receive a formal offer, providing that such an offer has been made by the time of the Studentship Allocation meeting.
Eligibility: +2, 1+3 or +3 funding: UK students eligible for full funding (fees and living expenses) EU students’ fees only funding. EU students resident in the UK for the past 3 years may be eligible for full funding.
Deadline: 2 February 2015
It is important that applicants inform the department of their intention to apply for ESRC funding as soon as possible.
Students will normally have been offered a place at Lancaster prior to their studentship application. However, studentship applications will be accepted from students who have submitted their institutional application but have yet to receive a formal offer, providing that such an offer has been made by the time of the Studentship Allocation meeting.
Due to the competative nature of this funding opportunity usually only students with a first class UG degree or a distinction in their MA would be accepted.
The application process:
Contact Cat Prill if you have any further questions.
Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Studentships
Closing Date: 13 February 2015 (5pm)
In association with the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP), Lancaster University invites applications from outstanding candidates for AHRC Doctoral Studentships for 2015-16 entry. The NWCDTP expects to make approximately fifty awards across the whole range of arts and humanities subjects.
Students should normally have been offered a place at Lancaster prior to submitting their AHRC studentship application. However, AHRC studentship applications will be accepted from students who have already applied for a place at Lancaster. The deadline for applications to be admitted on a programme at Lancaster is 23 January 2015 at the latest. Applicants are strongly advised to liaise with prospective supervisors when completing the studentship application form.
Further details and the AHRC applicaiton form can be found here.
For details of other departmental and university funding opportunities, please visit the University postgraduate funding web pages.
Please also see the University Postgraduate Funding Database powered by 'Postgraduate Studentships'
Information about funding opportunities for UK students, including Professional & Career Development Loans and Government Funding, is available from the Student Based Services website. These include:
If you require further information about fees and funding, please contact Cat Prill at:
Sociology Postgraduate Admissions
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