Master's funding

There are five awards of up to a maximum of £10,000 to cover tuition fees and contribute towards maintenance costs (where applicable) which are available for 2015-16 only via the HEFCE-funded Postgraduate Support Scheme. This one-year scheme aims to support students from under-represented groups among the School’s taught masters population, who wish to undertake a postgraduate taught programme. Please see SAS Studentships for further details.

The School is able to provide two SAS Studentships via the Coffin Fund for Promising Students. In 2015-16, the awards are £12,500 to cover tuition fees and contribute towards maintenance costs (where applicable) and will be awarded to two students who have demonstrably excelled in their undergraduate degree. Please see SAS Studentships for further details.

MASTER'S DEGREES

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Master's degrees in culture, language and literature, history, human rights and law.

RESEARCH DEGREES

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Research degrees in Commonweath, English, History, Law, and Germanic and Romance Studies.

SHORT COURSES

A range of engaging short courses in palaeography, literature, book studies and protection of refugees.

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