Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships
In association with the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP), each year Lancaster University invites applications from outstanding candidates for AHRC Doctoral Studentships. The NWCDTP expects to make approximately fifty awards across the whole range of arts and humanities subjects. A small number of these are likely to be for Masters study by candidates who show exceptional potential for doctoral research.
For further information please see the AHRC Studentships page.
University Funding Opportunities
In additional to the listed funding opportunities there are a number of full and partial bursaries offered by Lancaster University. Details of all such funding opportunities are available on the Postgraduate Fees & Funding pages and in a searchable database on the Student Services website.
Information about funding opportunities for UK students, including Professional and Career Development Loans and Government Funding, is available from the Student Based Services website.
Postgraduate Loan Scheme
Non means-tested loans of up to a maximum of £10,000 are available to taught and research masters students.
Loans are available to UK Nationals (ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands), EU, EEA or Swiss nationals ordinarily resident in the EU, EEA or Switzerland.
Applicants are not eligible for PGL if they have outstanding student loan arrears or have previously been found to be ‘unfit’ for student support.
For further information please see the Postgraduate Loan Scheme page.
A number of funding opportunities are available for international students through the: