Funding your PhD

In order to study at postgraduate level you will need to have funding for two principal types of expenditure: tuition fees and .

Tuition fees differ depending upon your place of normal residence, your nationality and your mode of study. Fees are revised annually, the information given below relates to the 2016/17 academic year.

PhD Biomedical and Life Sciences
PhD Medicine
PhD Statistics and Epidemiology

For full time UK/EU students the fee range is £4,121 - £11,621  per annum inclusive of bench fees, which are determined according to the requirements of the research project to be undertaken. The basic fee exclusive of bench fees for UK/EU students is £4,121 per annum and for Overseas students £15,595 per annum.

A project-specific bench fee of up to £7,500 per annum will be charged in addition to the basic fee. Applicants will be informed of the bench fee in their offer letter. In circumstances where a research project requires the use of exceptionally expensive materials, a higher bench fee may be charged.

PhD Health Research

Full time fees for UK/EU students are £4,121 per annum, full time Overseas fees are £13,590 per annum. Part time fees for UK/EU students are £2,060 per annum.

PhD Mental Health
PhD Organisational Health and Well-being
PhD Palliative Care
PhD Public Health

These PhD programmes are available for part time study only.